Zoe Wilson is Wiggle‘s new Australian blogger – #goodstuff. In this blog, Zoe talks about the importance of getting your nutrition right and understanding how your diet is a key indicator of your performance potential.
Mike Moore is a 7 time Ironman competitor and an elite cyclist and distance runner. He has over 19 years experience as a personal trainer and triathlon coach, working with groups and individuals. Mike specialises in sports specific conditioning, strength conditioning and cardiovascular health.
Watch our Bike Bungee video, and tell us the answer to the question below, and if you’re correct, we’ll enter you into a prize draw for a chance to win a Kinetic Rock n Roll 2 turbo trainer!
I was having a race debrief with a friend of mine who competed in the Forster Long Course over the weekend. He was running me through his race – he felt good in the swim and had come out feeling strong but had a disaster on the bike. He’d dropped his nutrition and had nothing but a bottle of sports drink and a bottle of water to get him through the 90km.
The warm up is a crucial part of the preparation process when it comes to any form of exercise. Skip out on it and you may cost yourself an injury or even a personal best time. Yep that’s right lack of warm up has been shown to actually decrease physical performance levels.
Martin McKinlay is one of our most experienced members of staff and represents the core values of what being a Wiggler is all about. Having worked at Wiggle H.Q. for a number of years as a buyer, he now works in the Far East as a sourcing manager. His commitment to the sport of triathlon is truly inspirational. In this blog ‘Marty’ reminisces about the 2014 Wiggle Portsmouth Triathlon.