220 Triathlon

CUPBOARD LUNCHES

How often do you order a takeaway or grab a ready meal because there’s no food in the house? Well, look again. Most of us have enough tins and jars lurking in the back of the cupboard to cook up a tasty, nourishing meal. Line your store cupboards with key essentials – chopped tomatoes, butter beans, curry pastes, tuna, anchovies, coconut milk, butternut squash, red cabbage, rice and couscous – and you’ll never go hungry again. This month I challenged myself to create four nourishing training recipes for you from my store cupboard. I hope you enjoy them! First up is probably my favourite pasta dish, Spaghetti Puttanesca. This luscious, gutsy mix of tomatoes, capers, olives and salty anchovies is packed with antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C and fibre,

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da 220 Triathlon

220 Triathlon1 min letti
Sam Holness
‘Super Sam’ Holness is a 27-year-old triathlete from London who’s also autistic. Having completed over 20 Olympic- and sprint-distance triathlons, and duathlons, and a first half Ironman in 2019, he’s eyeing Kona by 2023. Sam is coached by his father
220 Triathlon3 min letti
How To Master The Trails
“It’s no surprise that some of the best road cyclists, including Peter Sagan, have some form of background in mountain biking,” says the former Xterra age-group world champion, Andy Wadsworth. “The lack of grip on off-road surfaces improves pedal tec
220 Triathlon2 min letti
The Olympic Puzzle
TIM HEMING Cutting through the spin of tri to address the issues that matter, Tim is a sports journalist who has written extensively on triathlon for the national press. There were plenty of talking points in September’s lone ITU World Series showdo