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Category Archives: Athletes

Fuelling the difference for Endurance Events

One of the fantastic things about working with Kinetica Sports Nutrition is the interaction you get to have with so many incredible athletes and nutrition experts. It seems like a shame to waste so much collective wisdom so we have decided to pass on what they have taught us in terms of tips for preparing for endurance events. Do Of … Continue reading

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Great British Athlete | Desiree Henry | Kinetica Sports

Desiree Henry represents Great Britain as a 100m and 200m sprinter. Learn all about the latest addition to Team Kinetica and her journey. Name: Desiree Henry 20 From: London, England Occupation: 100m & 200m sprinter About 100m & 200m track sprint: The 100m & 200m sprint races are considered two of the most exciting track and field events. Although the … Continue reading

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5 Tips for a CrossFit novice

CrossFit athlete  Hilary Riordan age 27,  competed at the Meridian CrossFit Regional ( Europe, Asia and Africia)  in Copenhagen in May 2015 placing 20th out of over 8,000 competitors. Owner of Guerilla Fitness CrossFit gym in Ireland, Hilary has shared her top tips for anyone wanting to start out in Cross Fit. “If you are thinking about giving CrossFit ago just go … Continue reading

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5 minutes with Irish Champion Ryan Mullen An Post CRC

Newly crowned Irish National Elite Champion, Ryan Mullen of the An Post Chain Reaction Team, talks about his recent success and to celebrate we are giving away 5 cycling jerseys click here to enter !   Q1. Congratulations on winning gold in the Irish Road Racing Championships – how does it feel to be in winning position? Thank you! It still hasn’t really hit me to … Continue reading

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The Life of Bryan: Part 4

Written by Kinetica ambassador Bryan Keane: I said goodbye to sunny Ireland last week for the even sunnier Spain. I’m out here right now with my Australian training group for the last 11 weeks of my season, with four races left, so the big push is on. Having had to live out of a bag for 5 months in Australia … Continue reading

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Ronan McLaughlin’s Nutritional Blog (Interim)

Written by Kinetica fuelled, An Post CRC cyclist Ronan McLaughlin. After looking into pre-race nutrition in my last piece, I will be writing about how I fuel myself during a stage today. The energy I took on with my breakfast would be enough to fuel me at race pace for between one and two hours, but because we need to … Continue reading

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Ronan McLaughlin’s Nutritional Blog (Pre-Race)

Written by Kinetica fuelled, An Post CRC cyclist Ronan McLaughlin.   The An Post Ras has rolled around for another year and another cracking eight days of racing is on the cards. I am highly motivated for the Ras this year after going close to getting a stage win last year and also as part of the An Post Chain … Continue reading

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The Life of Bryan: Part 1

Written by Kinetica ambassador Bryan Keane: Right now I’m really happy.  4th place in my first World Cup Race this season, 32 seconds behind last year’s Olympic silver medallist Javier Gomez. I am finally back in the game. Let me rewind a little. Growing up I was into everything; my mother often says if there was a three-legged race being … Continue reading

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Building the Bulls: A Review to Date

After a very successful pre-season under the guidance of Strength and Conditioning Coach Tom Clough and Head Coach Francis Cummins, we are now 6 games into our 2013 Super League campaign. So where have we come from and where are we now from a nutritional perspective? The squad came together in early November, following some initial testing, when our pre-season … Continue reading

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Rob Palmer’s Nutrient Timing

  After completing my last competition in February, I weighed a whopping 89.1 kg. I was more than happy with the lifts, which consisted of 3 British records and more importantly 3 personal bests on the squat, bench press and total. It took me a step closer to the big 900kg total that I have been chasing for the last … Continue reading

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