Gerald write a weekly fitness blog and many of his articles have been featured in leading national fitness publications:

MENS FITNESS 50 MAN SKILLS, SEPTEMBER 2015

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Some things are more important than a six-pack – like being able to tackle a cobbled downhill like Contador, paddle a kayak or just get knocked down and get up again. MF presents the real bucket list all men need to complete – when you can do all 50, then it’ll be time to think about specialising

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MEN’S FITNESS, APRIL 2015

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Should I carry a water bottle when running?
‘On a long run, yes,’ says RUNNING COACH Gerald Smith, owner of runningcoachlondon.co.uk. ‘Your blood is mostly made of water so as you sweat your blood will thicken and your blood pressure will rise. That means you’ll find it harder to exercise.’

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CYCLING FITNESS, NOVEMBER 2011

Improving cycling performance can be a difficult task because there are many aspects of cycling that need to be improved. For instance, hill climbing, sprint performance, transitioning from cycling to running for triathletes and average power output are all important to cycling performance.

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BODY FIT, OCTOBER 2011

Whether you’re a runner, swimmer, or a gym fanatic at some point in your life you may experience an injury. Lengthy layoffs can be frustrating as they can interrupt your training schedule and they can be the catalyst for you to get repeated injuries if you don’t use good recovery…

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H2OPEN, OCTOBER 2011

Strength training can be beneficial to open water swimming performance for strength gains, injury prevention and to swim faster, but with the amount of time we need to spend in the pool, land training in the gym may not always be practical. So what is the solution…

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TRAIL RUNNING, SEPTEMBER 2011

The Gluteal muscles are three separate muscles. Two of them provide stabilisation and the other one is important for raw power. The Gluteus minimus and Gluteus medius are commonly overlooked by trail runners in favour of the core due to a lack of understanding of their role as…

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TRIATHLON PLUS , AUGUST 2011

Core training has been commonly prescribed for people with lower back pain and to improve performance. Core strength is very important for performance, however there is another part of the body that provides stabilisation, and reduces lower back pain. That area is the Gluteal group…

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H2OPEN, AUGUST 2011

In the past many swimmers have avoided performing weight training because it was believed that the extra power gained from the extra muscle mass would decrease buoyancy and lead to a slower swim. However, it has now been shown that the extra…

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TRIATHLON PLUS , AUGUST 2011

You are only as strong as your weakest link, and although core strength reduces your chances of picking up an injury, it may not be the area you need to focus on. You need to take an individual approach to injury prevention. You can do this by analysing…

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H2OPEN, AUGUST 2011

If you feel your training is becoming stale, you’re getting repetitive niggling injuries, or you’re not getting faster, then strength training is for you. When you think about increasing your running speed there are a few things that come to mind. For instance…

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