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"The facts, numbers and concepts inherent in the world of sport and exercise science can appear pretty complex, confusing and frankly, contradictory to many. If I can yank back the curtain on some of that and show you the workings, then so much the better."

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4 October 2011
How To Eat Right.
How To Eat Right The September issue of TIME magazine featured a superb article by Dr. Mehmet Oz, the practicing heart surgeon and US TV host. Essentially the piece was about getting back to basics when it comes to eating properly and for good health. Oz makes lots of very valid points which I am going to summarise... Read more >

21 September 2011
Runner's World Article:The Latest on Endurance Nutrition
The Latest on Hydration, Fueling, Fat-Burning, Beet Juice, and Endurance Nutrition from the New Guy at Gatorade. Dutch-born Asker Jeukendrup, Ph.D., once an elite road cyclist, decided to concentrate instead on sports nutrition, and has become one of the world's leading experts in the field. He has especially stu... Read more >

25 May 2011
Vitamin D deficiency. Does D stand for 'die early'?
Vitamin D is good for strong bones and teeth, right? And anyway you get it from the sun so what is there to think about? Well what if I said that not only does new evidence suggest that low vitamin D status is linked to a whole raft of very serious health issues such as increased rates of multiple sclerosis, cancer, he... Read more >

28 March 2011
Cycling position effects running economy in triathletes.
So you've invested in some tri bars for your bike? Great! All you need to do now is get nice and low at the front so that your chin’s almost scraping on the road and before you know it you’ll be slashing minutes off your triathlon times, all because you create less drag. So clip them on and let’s get flying, I hear ... Read more >

28 March 2011
Polarised Training. The best endurance athletes in the world do it, shouldn't we?
According to Albert Einstein, the definition of insanity is ‘doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. As a triathlete, you need to ask yourself this question: is the time and effort I spend training really giving me the results I deserve? If the answer is no, then you are probably trai... Read more >

27 March 2011
Strength training can improve both cycling power and endurance.
According to the latest research from the University of Copenhagen, you can radically boost your cycling endurance and power with strength training, but only if done in a certain way. Researchers investigated the effects of 16 weeks of heavy resistance strength training on a group of elite road cyclists. They found tha... Read more >

27 March 2011
The 10 Laws of Endurance Training
1. Train Frequently, All Year-Round The human body thrives on physical activity. Little and often always outweighs heavy training sessions interspersed by lots of days off. Our physiological systems adapt to the stress placed upon them consistently not sporadically. New or improved movement patterns are engrained by d... Read more >

12 January 2011
The Importance of Regular Fitness Testing for Triathletes.
There is an old adage in business that goes: “You can’t improve what you don’t measure.” I believe it applies to triathlon too, where people are often guilty of training for months on end without ever really knowing if they’re improving. This is where fitness testing comes in. Read the full article >... Read more >

24 November 2010
Building base fitness. How to do it right.
The off-season is here and you can look at it in two ways: miserable weather, dark evenings and slippery roads, or a chance to reinvent yourself as a triathlete. It’s the perfect time to build the physiological characteristics that will underpin your spring and summer racing campaign. The first step in training for... Read more >

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  • I was fairly new to cycling. I loved it, but felt like I had reached a plateau - I was suffering from frequent illness and injury, I didn't see much reward out for the extra effort in, and consequently my motivation was starting to falter. By good fortune, the gurus at Cyclefit recommended Garth Fox - and I haven't looked back since.

    Max Kirby

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  • {Garth is} a man of integrity, who seems to be driven by nothing more than a desire to help others to achieve their dreams - be these to finish a sprint triathlon, or to qualify for Kona - Garth will be at your side (sometimes literally!) every step of your journey. You're in safe hands.

    Professor Alison McConnell, BSc, MSc, PhD, FBASES, FACSM.
    Professor of Applied Physiology, Brunel University, UK. Author of "Breathe Strong, Perform Better"

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  • My goal after having two children was to get back to at least the level of 10k running performance I was at before having children, which was 50 mins. Under Garth's highly professional guidance I recently managed a time of 45 mins and came 6th in my age group! I am ecstatic and have already set my sights on a triathlon next year. As Garth always tells me, the limits are only where you set them. Thankyou!

    Karine Seguin - Head of European Business Development – Financial services sector, London


  • Garth's success in the field of sports physiology begins with his passion and respect for endurance events and the human body. He has a deep understanding of the connection between training, racing, recovery, and nutrition and how proper balance in life can optimize one's performance.

    Michi Weiss - Pro Ironman Triathlete.
    2011 Xterra World Champion, Olympian and 4X Ironman Champion.

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  • Garth's enthusiasm for endurance sports physiology seemingly knows no bounds. He has a great understanding of the human body and how it responds to rest and training. He's also one of those rare people who have both communication and analytical skills, when most people only have one or the other.

    Phil Mosley - Elite Triathlete & Coaching Editor of Triathlon Plus magazine

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  • Garth really knows how to connect the dots between training and performance. His enormous expertise in physiology and sports science makes his training interventions very perceptive and his ability to tease out the precise adaptations required for the desired improvement in performance with different training stimuli is uncanny.

    Peter Leo - U23 Triathlete - Student of Sports Science

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