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Family triathlon: Event camping

Family triathlon: Event camping

Preparing for Triathlon with the family As an active family of three, two seasoned triathletes (very seasoned) and one ten-year-old Tristar it’s around this time of year that our winter training becomes a distant memory. We reminisce about the early morning...
The Yonda Spook makes light work of breaststroke

The Yonda Spook makes light work of breaststroke

Think global pandemic and it can be hard to think of any silver linings, but if there is any, it has been the way it has encouraged so many of us to reconnect with the beautiful blue and green spaces around us and get wild swimming. With this huge increase in numbers...
All hail wetsuit hire!

All hail wetsuit hire!

Finding a wetsuit that fits, is in budget and suits your stroke can be a headache. Hiring could be the answer. By Jude Palmer Angus Greenwood of Yonda Sports and Sarah Denness of Tri Wetsuit Hire have a lot in common. Both are from Yorkshire, both run small businesses...
Part 2: Yoga for Swimming

Part 2: Yoga for Swimming

As Jack Maitland and Kirsten Steffensen discussed in Part 1 of this blog, we’ve selected five simple but effective yoga postures that can help you become a better swimmer.             Posture 1: Sitting on your heels With the top of your...
Part 1: Yoga for Swimming

Part 1: Yoga for Swimming

The Sports Ashram was founded in 2018 by Jack Maitland and Kirsten Steffensen. It is a triathlon coaching business using yoga to help athletes develop and perform to their highest potential. Collectively, Jack and Kirsten offer tuition via Yoga Videos, Triathlon...