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Thoughts for the end of the year.

The end of the calendar year is an ideal time to look back and to relieve the good things that happen to us in the last 12 months. Also, it is an excellent time to remind ourselves and learn from the mistakes we’ve made. On a personal level, my goal for 2019 was to finish […]

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Top 5 Takeaways About Breathing and Oxygen from The Oxygen Advantage

Top 5 Takeaways about Breathing and Oxygen from The Oxygen Advantage 1. Your respiratory system might not be as strong as you think. Take a Bolt test and learn yourself. The Bolt Test (Body Oxygen Level Test) is a simple method of measuring the sensitivity of your carbon dioxide sensors and the efficiency of your […]

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Hex Bar Deadlift For Triathletes and Runners

How To Perform Hex Bar Deadlift? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RrcM5fdApw If you are triathlete runner or swimmer, don’t be afraid to lift heavy. It’s good for you. Trust me. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to do the hex bar deadlift. The hex bar deadlift is one of my favourite exercises. It’s easy to progress […]

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I’m Sending My Whoop Strap Back!

I’m Sending My Whoop Strap Back! I’ve been using Whoop for seven days, and I’m sending it back. I wanted to like it. And I thought it’s fantastic, but there’s a couple of things which I just cannot get used to. It’s not for me.  If you like fitness gadgets, you probably hear about the […]

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Strength Training for Runners and Triathletes – Where To Start?

Strength Training for Runners and Triathletes TRANSCRIPT So you want to start the strength training. Great. You’ve heard that the strong training is good for you, that it will make you better and faster runner and it will allow you to get injury free, but you don’t really know where to start.  Well, you are […]

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Improve My Running

How I improved my running in short 6 weeks?! From all the sports I have ever done, and I’ve done lots, from squash, football, handball to skiing and pole-vaulting, running was something I have never liked, purely because I was rubbish at it! It seems that whatever I did, I wasn’t going faster. Recently I’ve […]

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Ironman Weymouth 70.3 – Coaching/Training Plans

Triathlon Training Plan for Ironman Weymouth I reached out to Leszek after competing in a 70.3 in Aberfeldy and not being happy with my result. I signed up for Ironman Weymouth 70.3 because I wanted to better my time from Aberfeldy. The catch was, this would only allow for 3 weeks training and 1 taper […]

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A yearly strength training plan for triathlon

A YEARLY STRENGTH TRAINING PLAN I know most of you are in the middle of the racing season, but I thought you would like to know what are the plans for the Strength Training for 2019-2020 season. From September we will be moving into the anatomical adaptation phase. This is the best time to start […]

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The pivotal moment that decided my future

The pivotal moment that decided my future. Without this brief conversation with Joanna, I would not open Fitness Soul, I would not finish 3 Ironman Triathlons, and I would never be able to finish Celtman. Chances are, I would still be working in the pub, serving beer and wondering why others are making dreams come […]

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What I learned from my Celtman Xtri debut. Is it really only all about the blue t-shirt?

What I learned from my Celtman Xtri debut. Is it really only all about the blue t-shirt? It was one of those races when you plan to go fast and furious to be quickly humbled and forced into the full survival mode. Happy Celtman High Route finisher with his support crew. The only 40min into […]