The summer heat should be respected when it comes to races and training. What are the effects and how can I compete more effectively
A medical look at sports, how to perform, and how to look after yourself
April and May is the time for trekkers in the Himalayas. I ventured off to Everest Base Camp, during prep there were many discussions about whether climbers should take Acetazolamide / Diamox. So what’s the science, and what did I do?
The AliveCor Kardia Mobile ECG is an amazing bit of kit, both for medics, but also patients. A smaller than a credit card, and able to provide an accurate ECG trace of your heart in 30sec! But is this something which is useful to Joe Bloggs? What about Joe Athlete?
Masimo MightySat Review – Pulse Oximeter for Work and Play Why look at the Masimo MightySat? Well after doing the recent review of the Garmin Fenix 5 Plus, it became apparent that one of the few benefits of the Fenix 5X Plus, over the regular Fenix 5 Plus is the addition of pulse oximetry. But…
Within the cycling world, Tacx is one of THE biggest manufacturer names NOT associated with the production of a bike frame. Tacx is a hardware company making components as “simple” as jockey wheels and drinks bottles, through to state of the art turbo trainers, built using input from global leaders in the field of electromagnetics….
Pain – especially from sports is really annoying. You try to keep fit, and what happens? You end up with an injury. The question is, what should you do? Ice or heat for pain? We’ll take at look and see what is likely to get you back on the bike, road, or Zwift faster
We know that we need protein in order to repair damage after a work out, we know that our muscles are MADE of protein, but is there any benefit to the masses of products which are available over the counter, as opposed to say buying simple tins of tuna and chicken breasts, and what about when…