• 6 Ways to do Pancake Day the Healthy Way

    Depending how you make your pancake or crêpe, they can be a very healthy meal or snack option, particularly if you opt for wholemeal or alternative grain flours and minimal sugar. But what if you’re avoiding gluten, dairy or eggs – how can you join the pancake fest?

    13 February
  • James Ball: from 2012 Heartbreak to Double Cycling Gold

    The journey to winning two gold medals at the World Championships in LA last year hasn’t been an easy one for James Ball – who has just won Welsh Disabled Athlete of the Year 2017 for his incredible achievements. Invision catches up with him to discuss.

    06 February
  • Ant & Rupert Review The Elite Cycling Jacket

    If your new year’s resolution for 2018 was to upgrade your cycling gear, then look no further than the REFLECT360 elite cycling jacket. We asked Proviz founders Anthony and Rupert to give us the low down on this incredible piece of kit.

    30 January
  • Just How IS Dry January Going?

    Two weeks’ into any new regime can feel like a lifetime, especially if you’re one of the millions of us who enjoyed ourselves a little too much over the festive season. To help you through the next couple of weeks we thought we’d share a few reminders of why you decided to stay off the booze in the first place.

    16 January
  • Your Next Fix: Endurance Challenges for 2018

    2018 is the year for thinking big and we’ve got just the thing for you: our pick of the seven most extreme endurance challenges – all set in different corners of the globe and certainly not for the faint-hearted.

    09 January
6 Ways to do Pancake Day the Healthy WayDepending how you make your pancake or crêpe, they can be a very healthy meal or snack option, particularly if you opt for wholemeal or alternative grain flours and minimal sugar. But what if you’re avoiding gluten, dairy or eggs – how can you join the pancake fest?Nutrition / Diet
James Ball: from 2012 Heartbreak to Double Cycling Gold The journey to winning two gold medals at the World Championships in LA last year hasn’t been an easy one for James Ball – who has just won Welsh Disabled Athlete of the Year 2017 for his incredible achievements. Invision catches up with him to discuss.People / Groups
Ant & Rupert Review The Elite Cycling JacketIf your new year’s resolution for 2018 was to upgrade your cycling gear, then look no further than the REFLECT360 elite cycling jacket. We asked Proviz founders Anthony and Rupert to give us the low down on this incredible piece of kit.Clothing
Just How IS Dry January Going?Two weeks’ into any new regime can feel like a lifetime, especially if you’re one of the millions of us who enjoyed ourselves a little too much over the festive season. To help you through the next couple of weeks we thought we’d share a few reminders of why you decided to stay off the booze in the first place.Nutrition / Diet
Your Next Fix: Endurance Challenges for 20182018 is the year for thinking big and we’ve got just the thing for you: our pick of the seven most extreme endurance challenges – all set in different corners of the globe and certainly not for the faint-hearted.Events

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We love getting outdoors and being active and we want you to love it, too. That’s why we’ve created InVision – a place for us to share everything from the best place to grab a cup of tea on your bike ride, to tips on training more effectively to avoid injury. And, if you’ve got an idea you’d like us to cover, or an activity group that you think is worth shouting about, then get in touch....

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Celebrating Cycle to Work Day

Celebrating Cycle to Work Day

For an increasing number of Brits, the daily commute has been vastly improved by the addition of a bike. Cycle to Work Day aims to demonstrate that plenty more of us could swap our train or car for a bike, at least for a couple of days a week.
Running with Your Dog: The Ultimate Guide

Running with Your Dog: The Ultimate Guide

If pavement pounding isn’t your thing, running with your canine companion can make the whole experience seem less like a chore and more like an enjoyable activity. So, where do you start? We talked to a couple of runners and their dogs for some advice.
The truth about Caffeine

The truth about Caffeine

Caffeine. It wakes you up and can enhance athletic performance, but it can also stop you sleeping; it’s addictive but legal. So is it good for us, or bad? What does it really do to our bodies and can it be useful in an exercise regime?
Meet Paul: the British Soldier Running Across America

Meet Paul: the British Soldier Running Across America

Paul is undertaking the mammoth task of running solo and unsupported, from California to New York. That's a hefty 3,000 miles and the equivalent of 115 marathons back to back.
How to Keep Fit & Healthy on Holiday

How to Keep Fit & Healthy on Holiday

Holiday exercise doesn’t have to be a chore and we’ve put together a few tips to try to help you maintain a healthy balance, without being a killjoy…
Light On PTSD: Illuminating an important topic

Light On PTSD: Illuminating an important topic

This July, a special group of cyclists will be taking part in a 24-hour event to raise awareness around PTSD and Proviz will be with them all the way.
The Very Best Running & Cycling apps

The Very Best Running & Cycling apps

Cyclists, runners: If you’re an app novice or looking for something a bit different, there’s – as the advert goes – an app for that. Here are our top picks...
The Electric Run - brightest race in the world?

The Electric Run - brightest race in the world?

Dubbed the race where you dance more than you jog, the Electric Run is the world’s biggest five-kilometre run and walk by night and it kicks off in Miami on Saturday 8th July.
The Essential Running Kit Edit

The Essential Running Kit Edit

Running is a relatively low-maintenance sport, but with a disproportionate number of products on the market it can be hard to know where to start. Whether you’re new to running or a seasoned pro, allow us to help…
Team nocturnal: running by night

Team nocturnal: running by night

Looking to mix up her running life a bit, Proviz fan Hannah decided to try out a night race. Here, she shares her experiences, along with tips for other night-time runs to try out.
My Running Life: Duathlons & Diabetes

My Running Life: Duathlons & Diabetes

In the latest in our 'My Running Life' series we talk to Matt Crawford; regular marathon runner, keen duathlete and triathlete who was spurred on by a late diagnosis of Type I diabetes in his early twenties.
Racing Across America by Bike

Racing Across America by Bike

This June, one of the world’s toughest road races – Race Across America – kicks off for its 36th consecutive year. We spoke to a 2016 participant to see what’s in store for this year’s racers.
Off the Beaten Track: US Trail Runs

Off the Beaten Track: US Trail Runs

With an incredible 143% rise in US races in the past decade, trail running has never been more popular, or easy to get into. We take a look at what it involves, share some tips and some trails we’d love to try.
Night tribes: London’s street skaters

Night tribes: London’s street skaters

Every Wednesday evening in summer, a tribe of street skaters takes to London’s streets for the pure joy of their sport. We went to meet them and find out what street skating involves.
Keeping hydrated – why water matters

Keeping hydrated – why water matters

With so many of our bodily functions relying on water, it’s important to make sure you’re drinking enough and replenishing what you lose during exercise.
Marvellous night for a MoonWalk

Marvellous night for a MoonWalk

Thousands of people will take to the streets of London this May for the 20th MoonWalk London. Find out how this iconic charity event started and check our tips for first timers.
My cycling life: good times in the Badlands

My cycling life: good times in the Badlands

In the first of a new series where we ask running/cycling/outdoor lovers to share a bit about their passion, we talk to US writer Colin Kapelovitz about biking in his beloved North Dakotan Badlands.
Choosing your backpack

Choosing your backpack

Many of us rely on our backpack to carry crucial supplies while out exercising or commuting. But what should you look for when choosing one? Check out our handy guide.
A mindful approach to running: part two

A mindful approach to running: part two

Last week we spoke to mindfulness teacher and ITV’s Sugar Free Farm mindfulness coach Frances Trussell about mindful exercise for long-distance running. In the second part of her interview Frances explores how to incorporate mindfulness into a daily routine.
A mindful approach to running: part one

A mindful approach to running: part one

With the London Marathon just around the corner, we talk to mindfulness coach Frances Trussell about how this ancient practice can help you get the most out of those last training sessions and on the day itself.

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