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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.
Idea Behind the Gear: Proviz Cycling Jacket

Idea Behind the Gear: Proviz Cycling Jacket

Ever wondered what it takes to create a Proviz cycling jacket? Co-founder Rupert Langly-Smith talks to Invision about materials, technology and staying ahead of the competition
Why Carbohydrates Matter

Why Carbohydrates Matter

Carbohydrates often get a bad rap for being at best, bloating and, at worst, fattening, so we take a look at some of the reasons why this food group is, in fact, vital to a balanced diet.
Magic Marathon Moments

Magic Marathon Moments

For most of us simply running a marathon is challenge enough, but not for these five incredible people who have all upped the ante in their own unique way.
The BMX speed queens

The BMX speed queens

To celebrate International Women’s Day we talk to US BMX Olympian and Red Bull-sponsored Jill Kintner about her ongoing passion for the sport and the rise in female participation.
Night Skiing in North America

Night Skiing in North America

Night skiing is an increasingly popular choice for powder fans, so we take a look at the sport’s history and find out where to go in the US for the best sundowner slopes.
Breakfast like a champion

Breakfast like a champion

With training in full swing, now is a good time to get thinking about marathon day nutrition. Check out these tasty breakfast ideas to keep you going the distance
New Fitness Trends 2017

New Fitness Trends 2017

The new year is always a great time to give your fitness routine a bit of a boost, so we’ve checked out the latest fitness trends heading to a gym near you.
Freestyle, Telemark, which type of skier are you?

Freestyle, Telemark, which type of skier are you?

Ever fancied trying a different type of skiing? Or, perhaps this is your first time on the slopes and you want to know what to expect? We’ve got you covered in our Proviz ski style guide
Exercise buddies or running solo?

Exercise buddies or running solo?

Do you prefer the solitude of the road? Or, perhaps you need company to get you moving? We take a look at the benefits of exercising on your own and with a partner.
Wearable Tech for 2017

Wearable Tech for 2017

As wearable technology hits the top spot in a US survey of fitness trends, we look at the exciting new kit you might be wearing on your wrist, or round your neck this year.
Beat the January blues

Beat the January blues

It's a tough month. But, there are simple things we can do to boost our mood, starting with a better understanding the role diet and exercise has on our brain

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