Are you an avid runner or cyclist looking to break into the triathlon sphere? We asked Swiftwick athlete and professional triathlete, Pedro Gomes, shares his tips for first time triathletes. Here are his top three suggestions to get you going!
Many of us probably found our resolutions a little harder to achieve this year than we originally thought. This year, give yourself some things to look forward to with a New Year’s Bucket List to check off as you adventure through 2021.
Running, cycling, hiking and many other activities can lead to tightness in your hips. This is an important area of the body that can get missed by many stretching routines - but stretching is the best way to prevent tears and injury. Try these yoga-inspired stretches to open up your hips and prevent injury in your legs and spine.
No matter what your favorite outdoor activity is, hydration is key to staying healthy and replenishing your body. When the weather heats up, your hydration practice should adjust to keep up with the water you lose in your sweat. Try these tips to keep your cells hydrated and happy after a day on the trail.
Many of us turn to music for solace, inspiration, or cheering up. Whether strummed on your guitar or sung in the shower, the perfect song can brighten your day. The same can be said for your next run: a well-curated playlist can keep you going for miles. Here’s how to get the most out of your running playlist.