Uploading your Garmin runs to Strava in 5 easy steps (Windows and macOS)

Garmin users worldwide are facing the existential crisis of, ‘if it’s not on Strava did it really happen?’ as the popular Garmin Connect interface has been down for maintenance since late last week. Whilst many of us will be satisfied with checking stats on the watch itself (or not checking at all) for the Strava junkies here are 5 easy steps for manually uploading data without Garmin Connect. … More Uploading your Garmin runs to Strava in 5 easy steps (Windows and macOS)

My Top Picks: Women’s Cycling Jerseys

When I first started cycling I wasn’t fond of jerseys (or shorts) at all. Cycling jerseys are technical garments preferred by many cyclists due to their lightweight and cooling properties, as well as being a comfortable fit when leaning forward on the bike. When purchasing a jersey, the sizing can be a little confusing, there are lots of brands out there and different styles to chose from. The right jersey can be comfortable, practical and make you look and feel great. So here are my top picks and tips. … More My Top Picks: Women’s Cycling Jerseys

EVERYTHING you need to know about the ASICS GEL-NIMBUS 22

Want to know more about the ASICS GEL-NIMBUS 22? How does this compare to the GEL-NIMBUS 19, 20 (my old favourite!) or the 21 (definitely not my favourite!)? Tune in for my random running shoe ramblings. This is a non technical, review to cover everything you want to know about the ASICS GEL-NIMBUS family! … More EVERYTHING you need to know about the ASICS GEL-NIMBUS 22

ASICS EVORIDE vs ASICS GLIDERIDE: a random running rambling review

Want to know more about the new ASICS EVORIDE? Curious as to how this compares to the GLIDERIDE? and what on earth is a toe spring?! Tune in for my very random ramblings about shoes. Warning this is a non-technical review, if like me you’re confused by running shoe jargon, this is the one for you! … More ASICS EVORIDE vs ASICS GLIDERIDE: a random running rambling review

Money Saving Tips for Tri

Multi-sport events and triathlons are a fantastic way to up your fitness levels, vary your training and learn/perfect different skills. But they aren’t always the kindest to your bank balance and when I first started I was shocked costing everything up. However fear not, there certainly are work arounds to help save some pennies, break down barriers into multi-sports, after all who doesn’t love a bargain?
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Product review: affordable safety with the B’twin 500 Women’s helmet

When I first started cycling I was shocked by how many cyclists don’t wear helmets. I personally think a helmet is essential, and the science would agree, a 2016 study of 64,000 cyclists globally found that cyclists who wear helmets reduce their chance of a fatal head injury by 65% (Guardian, 2016). However, despite this, … More Product review: affordable safety with the B’twin 500 Women’s helmet

Pulseroll Vibrating Foam Roller- Shaking up your Recovery

Every so often you come across a product and wonder to yourself how you coped without it! For me this is exactly how I have felt over the past two weeks whilst product testing the Pulseroll vibrating foam roller.  Note: I was gifted this product to test, all views presented are my own and have … More Pulseroll Vibrating Foam Roller- Shaking up your Recovery