What are chia seeds?
Chia seeds come from the chia plant, salvia hispanica. This is a species of flowering plant in the mint family. It is native to Mexico and Guatemala. The word ‘Chia’ derives from the Mayan word for strength.
Chia seeds have a mild, nutty flavour. We combine them with wholesome, ‘kitchen cupboard’ ingredients to create natur... Read More
When it comes to marathons, they don't get much bigger and more exciting than the one and only London Marathon. While the Boston Marathon has the heart of the running elite and Paris is unrivalled for sightseeing, The London Marathon has a soul. The real runners marathon. This isn't just our opinion either but one shared by Runner's World, who n... Read More
Thank you to Mike Gaddas of Colconquerors for writing this great guide for us.
The correct nutrition strategy is a key part of optimum performance during a century bike ride. It can often be the difference between a miserable day or smashing a personal best. Prior to your event, it is vital that you hone your nutrition plan during training rides... Read More
Don’t underestimate a half marathon, the demands of running 13.1 are very real indeed. Whether you’re using it as a stepping stone towards a full marathon or looking to get the best time possible, nutrition is key to doing your best.
Train as you race - Race as you train.
If you take only take one point from this guide let it be this train as y... Read More