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OK, WHY STEALTH NUTRITION?

OK, WHY STEALTH NUTRITION?
After we sold our old sports nutrition business and went our separate ways, I went back to university to keep myself busy. Nutrition and sport science have been passions of mine for a long time and selling the business didn’t really change that, it just meant I could spend more time in the library and, of course, ride my bike! Read More
 

Secret Training STEALTH banana gels – A Review

Secret Training STEALTH banana gels – A Review
For many years I have struggled to get my race nutrition right. From the high sugar, sickly sweet syrup-like consistencies of many products on the market to watery gels that resemble an electrolyte drink. This means that I have never got it quite right, and have more often than not ended up either running completely out of all reserves or with a ‘less than happy’ stomach. Proper nutrition can very much make or break a race or training session – and a fundamental thing for any athlete to get right.Read More
 

Now official supplier to Tinkoff-Saxo

Now official supplier to Tinkoff-Saxo
We are very happy to announce that we are now official supplier to Pro Team Tinkoff-SAXO! Daniel Healey, Head of Sports Science, "Sports supplements consumed pre, during and post exercise can have a significant effect on optimising performance and enhancing training adaptations. The products from Secret Training are specifically designed to target the needs of our athletes while they strive to win the biggest bike races in the World”.Read More
 

Summertime

Summertime
If I had a quid for every time I got asked ‘What do you do in the summer?’ I wouldn’t be a millionaire but I would probably be about £100 better off. So to answer everyone in one blog here it is….Read More
 

End of Season Review 2013

End of Season Review 2013
21 races done, Finishing the season UCI World Ranked 30th, 22nd overall in the UCI World Cup including 2 top 20’s, 3 UCI race wins including my 3rd consecutive British Championship title.Read More
 

Why you need... Chamois Cream

Why you need... Chamois Cream
Back in the day, there was – the raw beef steak. Tradition – or legend - has it that bike racers of the Heroic Era, which roughly preceded the first world war, would place a thin slice of fillet steak inside their baggy woollen shorts in order to cushion the vibrations and friction generated by riding over rough, dusty roads. It has also been claimed that the steak would be cooked and eaten at the end of a race, presumably because it would be wasteful to throw it away.Read More
 
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