Extending the lifespan

This blog is gonna get a bit ‘sciencey’…bear with me… It’s about cells, or more precisely, the mitochondria – the powerhouse of our cells, providing most of our cellular energy requirements. They have bacterial origins that have become normal constituents of the cells in our body that produce the energy needed for cell growth and …

Changing the game?

The Netflix documentary ‘The Game Changers’ has generated a lot of interesting debate of late – with some strong opinions on the topic of vegan/vegetarian diets vs. meat-eaters. With high protein foods & beverages gaining more popularity in the health and wellbeing market in the last few years, knowing what you need – depending on …

Sleep, athletic performance & recovery

Sleep is as important as the right nutrition and hydration when it comes to athletic performance. Sleep is crucial for effective, healthy training and needs to be a focused part of your training programme. The quality and amount of sleep athletes get can be the key to winning, or getting that personal best in a …

Start your day with great nutrition

Starting your day off on a solid nutrition ‘foot’ is essential for stable energy levels throughout the day, as well as ensuring your input is matched with your training regimen. Smoothies are such a great (read…easy) way to get concentrated nutrition without the bulk. So here’s a super yummy and easy breakfast smoothie for you …

It’s triathlon training season – what’s your goal?

What’s your goal? Which comp are you aiming for? Have you got your training and nutrition on track? Here’s some tips to get your training off to a great start and get you to that personal best 🙂 1) Set a realistic goal: What are your personal priorities and commitments – what time is available …