James McCallum is one of the most experienced pros in the British peloton. A Commonwealth Games bronze medallist in 2006 in the scratch race, and a former national circuit race…
Sugar. It’s everywhere. From the sweet syrup lacing your morning coffee to the soft cheese on your toast (often made from sugar-sweetened bread), the white stuff has slowly sneaked its…
British sports nutrition company OTE (On The Edge), has been chosen by WorldTour team Belkin to supply drinks and gels
Rapha-Condor-JLT rider Kristian House discusses what he does to fuel a long, eight-hour, day in the saddle...
Vitamin D not only plays a good part in bone health but also your immune system, especially for cyclists
Bicarb or not to bicarb, that is the question. Even with its performance enchancement factors why hasn't it taken off as a usuable supplement?
From bland fuel to big meat, Tour of Britain stage winner Elia Viviani gives us an insight to his diet during Britain's blue riband race
What ratio of glucose to fructose do you need for optimum performance?
Dietitian Laura Tilt takes a closer look at the science behind how the humble ‘white stuff' affects athletic performance
Sodium bicarbonate has been used since the 1930's as a boost for short sprint style events but now can it be used for the endurance athlete?