So you decided that the 2019 triathlon season is going to be your season, but you’re not experiencing the results you’d hoped for, or do you just want to take your performance to the next level? Find out what a bespoke mindset camp can do for you.
Are you feeling frustrated because you’re training for your triathlon…but you still have that devil on your shoulder whispering unhelpful and negative things in your ear? In this blog learn how to change your self-talk to positive and motivating, so you can succeed!
Deciding that you want to change your mindset is easy, actually changing your mindset can be tricky without the right tools, tactics, knowledge and expertise.
Just like how a pro triathlete wouldn’t try to rank number one in the ITU World Triathlon Series or win the Ironman World Championship without a physical trainer, you wouldn’t try and optimise your mindset without seeking expert help. Read this blog to find out exactly what mindset coaching is and how it can help you.
Feeling anxious about your race tomorrow, this weekend or weeks before? If you’d like to feel that you’re going to perform at your best, have the competitive edge, high levels of self-confidence, incredible levels of concentration and focus and positive mindset at and around your competition or race, then read on.
Do you struggle to maintain high levels of concentration and focus when training and/or racing?
In this blog, I explore what concentration and focus really are, share guidance on cultivating your long term focus and dive into the 8 techniques you can practice to sharpen your concentration and focus.
Last weekend I became a Braveheart! It was the race I’ve been working all year towards and accumulated in a 1.2 mile swim in a FREEZING loch, 56 miles hilly bike ride and a 15 mile run up and down Ben Nevis!
Earlier this year, I reflected on my experience at Ironman Barcelona in October 2017 and wrote an article on the '10 Things I Would Do Differently For My Next Ironman'. This weekend is The Ben Nevis Braveheart Triathlon (a half Ironman). Let's see if I succeeded in learning from my mistakes!
Have you ever hit rock bottom? I have. I hit rock bottom 5 years ago as a result of severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, when I was told by doctors that I would never recover. If it wasn’t for the desire to embark on remarkable adventures, I’m not sure if I would have had the strength, resolve or perseverance to fully recover. Thankfully I did.
[Red Bull Article] I visited the Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlete Camp with Red Bull, where I interviewed their athlete, three times car rally world champion Andreas Mikkelsen. Andreas decided to race toughest triathlon on earth for his first elite triathlon. Reliving the pain, he breaks down his epic Norseman challenge.
Discover how the Norweigan triathlete, Mette Petterson was crowned Queen of the 2018 Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon, despite never racing a full distance triathlon before (oh, and she absolutely smashed the female course record too)!
After running down Dag Oliver, Managing Director of the Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon a.k.a. the world's toughest triathlon, at The London Triathlon Show in February, I was given the very enjoyable task of taking over Norseman's Instagram Stories over the 4-day race period. Here’s what the race is like.
Twas the night before the Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon and all through the cabins, not a creature was stirring, not even a triathlete. The wetsuits were hung by the athletes with care, as they dreamt of the black tee shirt, that would soon be theirs. And the ferry stood still on Eidfjord’s cold waters, waiting to take them beyond the shore. Soon they’d be jumping and their heart rates racing….
If you want to conquer The Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon, you’ll need to jump off a ferry into freezing fjord waters at 5am, cycle up 1000’s of meters, defeat numerous mountains, including Zombie Mountain, and take whatever nature throws at you. Here’s 8 Norseman pro tips.