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Run In The Dark: Motivate your running with an event!

Sometimes, the hardest part of running can be making that initial start and taking the first few steps.  

Without a sense of urgency we always seem to put off tasks which require hard work - but there’s nothing like a deadline to help channel your energy and focus on the task in hand.  We study when we have an exam but without the exam the studying doesn't always happen!

Create a deadline by signing up for an event - it's the perfect excuse to start running.

If you are starting from a base...

Posted by Piers White of Run in the Dark under Running on 4 October 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

New Colorway: The Votes Are In…

During the Kickstarter campaign, we invited all backers to vote and share opinions on which colorways you would like to see added to the Performance range in future production runs. The votes have been counted and the results are in, drum roll please...

Thousands of you voted to let us know which colors you love to work out in, and it’s with great pleasure that we can announce that your feedback is now being used to shape the color story of the Performance range.

Results Pie Chart

To celebrate the first co...

Posted by Jenna A on 4 October 2013 at 11:00 AM • Read more »

Tribesports User of the Week: Helen L

Helen L Which has been your toughest Challenge and which are you most proud of?

My toughest challenge and the one I am most proud of has got to be the Touch your toes with legs straight Challenge.  This took me 5 months to complete!  I thought I would never be able to complete it! The breakthrough came when I started practicing yoga and thus my flexibility improved, now I can do it easily!  The toughest challenge mentally was No cake, chocolate or cookies for 28 days, I must have started that challe...

Posted by Helen L under Weight Training (Strength Training), Yoga on 2 October 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

Mind Games - The Power of Positive Thinking

The four minute mile is the most famous example of a purely mental barrier. Athletes for generations strived and failed to achieve the ultimate goal - indeed it was widely considered to be physically impossible.

However, as soon as Roger Bannister proved it could be done on May 6th 1954 a flood of runners who now knew it was possible emulated his feat. Steve Scott achieved ‘the impossible’ over 100 times during his career and in 1994, Eamonn Coghlan became the first man over the age of 40 t...

Posted by Kevin M of Rundamentalists under General on 1 October 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

31 Day Pull-Up Challenge

This month, we're tackling one of the toughest body weight exercises and really focusing on how to achieve consistent, full range of motion and good form PULL UPS!

To achieve this, we've broken down the seemingly impossible exercise into a 31 day program including a mix of body weight exercises which will build your strength so at the end of the month you'll be able to perform at least 1 full pull-up:

October Calendar Pull Ups

How to perform the 31 Day Pull-Up Challenge:

  • Max Effort means performing as many good f...

Posted by Adrian K under Fitness & Training on 30 September 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »



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