Cycle guides
  • How to guides
    30 Jan 2020
    Taking time off to recover, see friends and make the most of Sunday lie-ins is just as important as training. However, less activity means it's easy to gain weight but there's no need to panic. Putting on a few pounds during the off-season isn't going to have a lasting effect and some say that athletes that hold their race weight all...
Run guides
  • 01 Jun 2020
    As we slip into that 'transition' between autumn and spring, or summer and autumn, getting your running kit right can become a little…challenging. The weather is unpredictable at the best of times. If you run in the morning, there's a real nip in the air but it can quickly warm up. Sunshine can rapidly turn to cloud and then...
Swim guides
  • How to guides
    27 Aug 2019
    Whatever your sport, swimming is a popular way to cross-train. It works muscle groups you might otherwise neglect, helps with your breathing and it's low impact so it can be a great way to stay active if you're suffering from an injury. We asked Speedo which two basic skills could help you to get the most from your workout. Freestyle like...
Triathlon guides
  • Training guides
    17 Feb 2020
    Getting more aerodynamic on your bike can dramatically improve your speed in a triathlon. Dan Bigham, Aerodynamicist (ex Mercedes-AMG Petronas Aerodynamic Performance Engineer) and Cyclist (HUUB Wattbike & Ribble Weldtite) recently talked to us about aero gains for Triathlon. Top Aero Tips for Beginners Tri Bars are on the best investments you...
Events guides
  • Training guides
    20 Aug 2018
    Riding a fondo is a fantastic way to explore new areas with other enthusiastic riders knowing that you are 100% supported by event staff. How do you know what you should eat and drink on a fondo though? Check out HIGH5 's guide to staying fueled so you can make the most of the ride. Breakfast An ideal pre-race breakfast is light and high in...