Why Choose Zone3?
Zone3 has built a reputation for offering the highest performance products in the market. We are proud to be one of the leading triathlon brands in the world, but what is it about Zone3 which has made it so popular since it's conception in 2007?  ...
Mark Foster’s top 3 tips for the pool
Here's my top 3 tips to take into the pool on your next session 1. Keep your fingers loose A lot of people are taught to swim with their fingers closed. I’m a great believer in swimming with your hands slightly open, thus making your ‘paddles...
The benefits of swimming, with Mark Foster
Eight-time World Record holder and Zone3 ambassador Mark Foster has taken some time out from his busy training, modelling and general celebrity lifestyle to explain the physical benefits of swimming. If you’ve ever wondered what muscles you work when y...
Jens Petersen-Bach | Ironman Italy race report
Ironman Italy Saturday was a fantastic race and I'm so happy about how it went 😀 Before the race I felt mentally ready and I felt well prepared. I had faith that I was in good enough shape to achieve a good result. Physically my body felt rea...
Passion fit’s guide to Autumn swim training
It is coming up to the time of year that most UK based triathletes dread.  The temperature is dropping, the mornings and nights are getting darker and those beloved lake swims and long summer rides will be no more and the black line of the 25m pool and indo...
2017 Zone3 Sample Sale @ Shepperton Lake
After the success of our first ever sample sale in 2016, we're back at Shepperton Lake 26th, 27th & 28th August. We're opening the vaults once again to clear out the samples we’ve amassed over the past year whilst developing our award winning produ...
Switching Off to Turn It On
Demotivated? Snappy? Tired but not sleeping? A little bit ill a lot of the time? Getting slower despite training hard? Triathlon training should bring an abundance of healthy rewards. But there is a flip side. Welcome to the world of burnout - home of cru...
Can you swim less, but still get faster at triathlon?
Billy from TriForce answers: Can you swim less, bike and run more and still improve your triathlon times? Simon and I have talked about this A LOT.  For us as coaches, we see it this way. Swimming is massively a neurological sport. That's kind of a ge...

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