Recipe: Chocolate Protein Pancakes

We love finding new recipes that give you powerful nutrition for your sport. In the case of these delicious Chocolate Protein Pancakes from Peachy Palate, even your Sunday morning treat can be the ideal #WeekendWarrior fuel or a great recovery breakfast after a big workout. INGREDIENTS: Makes one good stack of pancakes For the pancakes:…

Recipe – Banoffee Boost Slices

We all know that fuel is key to performance but it can also be a delicious treat before, after or during a training session. Or, in the case of these Raw Banoffee Boost Slices, with a cup of tea and your feet up on a Sunday afternoon! Using Aduna Banana Boost Energy Bars (awesome on…

The Kit List – September 21st

What you should be reading, watching and listening to. Plus our top gear picks this week. Read It’s been an incredible season of cycling and it feels like the summer has flown past like the peloton at full sprint – luckily Cycling Weekly has put together a recap of the best moments from this year….

Nutrition for Triathlon

Ian Craig, MSc, DipCNE, INLPTA is an exercise physiologist, nutritional therapist, NLP practitioner and an endurance coach. Previously a competitive middle-distance runner, Ian specialises in sport from an integrative health perspective. He is the editor of Functional Sports Nutrition magazine and also lectures and writes extensively in the UK and South Africa on the concept…

Product Profile – Beet IT SPORT – Concentrated Beetroot Juice Shots!

Here at SportPursuit, we understand the importance of good nutrition as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.  In an ideal world, we would probably prepare everything from scratch, but practicality tends to get in the way.  Amongst the hustle and bustle of modern life, we appreciate products that offer good nutrition on the go.  Always…

Staying Healthy in Winter

If your sport of choice is mountain biking – or even cycling – you can be forgiven for being put off getting in the saddle during the winter. The cold itself is definitely an issue, but more of a problem are the icy roads (which are potentially lethal), the freezing headwinds and the lack of…

How to Train in Winter!

In the last few days it’s been fair to say the temperatures have dropped. It’s been less mid-autumn and more all-out winter. In the north, there was even some snow and this unseasonal weather obviously affects training. Clearly if the problem is merely the cold then that can be counter-acted by wearing some well-made baselayers…