A group of like-minded athletes will provide you with a supportive, competitive, fun and motivating environment which will make you want to keep turning up whatever the conditions are like outside.
If you have had a busy summer of racing now should be a time of REST and RECOVERY. I will always recommend athletes having at least TWO WEEKS OFF after their last race of the summer season. Triathletes especially, have a hard time slowing down and having time off, but you benefit hugely from some time off before you begin the long winter BASE MILES that start the PREPARATION for next season.
I am sure many of you have races coming up in the next few weeks………..
So make sure you check out the RG Active website for all the sessions and events that we are running in 2010 to keep you all sharp, motivated and enjoying every single second that you are training and racing the sport that we all love….TRIATHLON!
Check out the following links for Triathlon specific sessions for you to attend across London:
Hello Everyone, I just wanted to write a quick post with another Testimonial from a RG Active Customer. This Testimonial dates back to last summer when I held a training session/workshop for a handful of customers working on Transition training and getting the ‘Fourth discipline’ down to a fine art and saving those all important […]
Hello everyone, I have just got back from this years TCR09 show at Sandwon Park in Esher, Surrey. It is the first Cycling, Triathlon Expo of the year. How has everyone been in the recent weather conditions, has everyone managed to keep up their training as i am sure a few of you have managed […]
Hello everyone, I have just returned from a 5km running event this morning in Wimbledon Common where I ran an ok 18 minutes to finish 11th, but enough about that….. Today I thought I would write a entry about my London Duathlon experience last weekend in Richmond Park. Firstly I would like to thank the […]
Hello Everyone, I have been putting off writing this entry but had to write it at some point so here I go. As many of you are aware last weekend was the Monaco 70.3 Half Ironman, a race that I had been training for all year and my first race over the longer Half Ironman […]