Success with Stamina
Success with Stamina
A little blog about being a triathlon coach. Here you'll find a little diary about my activities as a coach, the performances of the people I work with and my thoughts and opinions on what makes athletes faster for longer.


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Recovery... The most important part of training (pt:4)
AndyBby AndyB Nov 19th 2010
The final part of this blog covers recovery techniques such as contrast bathing and ice baths. Physical Recovery Two elements of physical recovery are explored below: temperature contrast baths and pool work. Ice baths entail rapid cooling ...
Recovery... The most important part of training (pt:2)
AndyBby AndyB Nov 5th 2010
In the second part of these blogs recovery focus turns to sleep. Sleep is one of the most important forms of rest and recovery. A lack of sleep will lead to insufficient recovery and depression of the immune system. It can also contribute to ov...
Sharpening up for shorter races
AndyBby AndyB Mar 21st 2010
So to continue the story from my last blog. You've put in the time during the winter months training, wrapped up warm through the cold and dark and now you want to pick up the intensity to be swift in the warmer, sunnier conditions that come with th...
How do you eat an elephant?
AndyBby AndyB Dec 20th 2009
So I sit here slightly frustrated as I have a bit of a cold. Not enough to stop me getting out of bed but enough to prevent me from proper training, and substituting in light sessions only. However, having spent the last few weeks surrounded by peo...
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