mamaTrideToday we feature Lulu Adams, a Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor based on the Isle of Wight who believes strongly in the benefits of maintaining a good level of fitness throughout pregnancy and beyond. For this in-depth article, she has teamed up with Clare Bourne, a Women’s

Endurance sports and triathlons affect the musculoskeletal system in a number of ways, and understanding why and how it adapts can help prevent future problems occurring, says physiotherapist Hayley Lord

Tri1.  Maintains and increases bone mineral density (BMD)

T1Transitions: The physiological changes your body goes through

Brick sessions are ideal for getting our body used to triathlon transitions, but what happens physiologically when you swap sports? Sarah Green, consultant rehab physio for Six Physio, explains...

S&C exercisesSarah Green explains how to reach peak fitness without getting injured @TriRadar

BikePain under or around the kneecap (patella) is a common cycling injury that can significantly hamper progress on the bike. It’s often diagnosed as ‘patellofemoral pain’, when the cartilage or underside of the kneecap becomes inflamed, or there is excessive friction as the patella moves up and down the femur.

Endurance exercisesMake sure your body is strong enough to cope with endurance running, says Six Physio’s Rachel McCulloch @TriRadar Triathlon Plus

Active RecoveryTraining doesn’t make us fitter – recovery from training does. So, how do we recover? @TriRadar 
An easy jog or spin, or a lazy day on the sofa, asks Beate Stindt, chartered physiotherapist at Six Physio

MassageWe've only been in our new home for 6 months, but we're loving the village mentality of Fitzrovia​. The local coffee houses are amazing, everything you need is close by & we've grown a great relationship with the Fitzrovia Journal

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Tendon pain is very common in the triathlon world, by Luke Kellaway