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Bikini Lines and Ingrown Hair

Let’s be honest ladies having some sort of irritation down there is relatively normal. From uncomfy undies to the monthly period pain, UTIs and thrush, these things are all normal parts...
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Sharing the Love

There is no question that triathlon can be a selfish sport – you take on a race alone, doing not one, but three disciplines. It is easy to get obsessed when your goal is finishing a race...

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5 Tips to Avoid the Running Trots

 
No doubt the best of us have been in this situation and the only thing to do when, ahem, your lunch comes knocking is to start running towards the nearest toilet. Unfortunately, some...
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Iron Levels in Female Endurance Athletes Part 2

In the previous article we discussed what Iron is and its role within our body. Our bodies are remarkable and through the activity of the iron-regulatory hormone hepcidin, we are able to...
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Equipment you Need in your Swim Bag

Before we even get to packing your swim bag I have two golden pieces of advice that will simplify the relationship between you and your swimming equipment. The first is to pack everything the...

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Swim Bike Run Period

Accepting that we are women and that we have periods is your first step to dealing with Aunt Flow during triathlon season. Speaking from experience, competing in triathlon (specifically a half...

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10 Tried and Tested Triathlon Hacks

1. Get your Wetsuit on Faster (Without Tearing Holes in it)

How hard is it to put on your wetsuit? Let’s be honest, it can sometimes be harder than the swim itself. But with this hack,...

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