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Cytomax and MuscleMilk Review


  Review written by Robyn Williams. I first used Cytomax when I was a swimmer at school. Back in the day swimmers didn’t use many nutrition products. I think I drank Oros when I trained (soft stuff like this was probably frowned upon by my hardcore Hungarian coach) and only used a carbohydrate drink during competitions. So my big tub ...

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Fact 15. Are you an insomniac? Your Fenix 3 can tell you.

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  If irregular sleeping patterns and insomnia upset your life, the Garmin Fenix 3 might just throw some light on the situation. To illustrate this, I have to make a very public revelation. For years now, I am struggling with exercise induced insomnia. With reluctance I decided to try the sleep monitor of the Fenix 3, but I was very ...

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TomTom mobile app

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  Written by Tiaan Pretorius. TomTom launched a great new function giving you to option to upload your training from your phone to your MySports site via Bluetooth Smart. To use this function you will need a compatible phone to start with. On iOS that will be from the 4S or newer.  I’m using my iPhone 6 for this exercise. The iPad ...

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TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Introduction review


  Written by Tiaan Pretorius. A year after TomTom introduced their Runner and Multi-Sport GPS watches,  they refreshed the range with a new Cardio addition, but with one big change: the built-in heart rate monitor. After a 5-month injury layoff from sport I now have the opportunity to start cycling again and at the same time, review the new TomTom Cardio GPS ...

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Fact #13. Locking your Fenix 3’s buttons


For your triathlon swim, locking the buttons is very sensible and safe if you want reliable stats. Locking the buttons of your Fenix 3 when the start gun goes, might just determine the outcome of your triathlon result. A sure way to perform optimally is to manage your race according to your best possible pre-determined times or averages for each ...

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Spur Cape Winter Trail Series – Race 01 Paul Cluver Estate

All smiles after the finish and some refreshments

  Article written by our guest runner: Fareed Behardien aka The popular Spur Cape Winter Trail Series kicked off last weekend at the Paul Cluver Estate with a memorable event that left first-timers (like me) and seasoned participants wanting more. Each year the number of entrants has grown and with the kind of quality that was on display, there will ...

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Wagner inspiration by Stuart Marais


Two days prior to heading to Knysna, I bumped into Chris Wagner at the gym and as usual he and I spent some good time chatting about life, racing and for the most part, me feeding off his positive attitude towards anything and everything. I suggested that Chris, once again, head to Knysna to join us for the Big 5 ...

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