NZ Cycling project

The Tour Of Southland with the NZ Cycling Project

We’re thrilled to introduce the newest addition to the MitoCrew, the New Zealand Cycling Project – a group of New Zealand-based cyclists founded by former elite racer James Canny, with a focus on giving talented kiwi cyclists an opportunity to race internationally.

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Gunnar Peterson's power tips series

We’re excited to take you behind the scenes into Gunnar Petersons L.A. gym for tips on how to power up your training.

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Training program from a pro coach

How to build an effective training program with pro coach Paul Cadman, his top ten tips for maximising your training and get the most out of your time

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Paul Cadman

Meet: Sports Endurance and Nutrition Coach Paul Cadman

A long-time advocate for MitoQ, sports and endurance coach Paul Cadman is going to teach you how to power your performance.

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An elite sports coach & nutritionist’s top recovery tips

Paul Cadman, Sports Coach and Nutritionist tells how and why we should recover effectively. Here are his six tips for doing it well.

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The MitoQ NZ tour - the North Island

And we’re off! Paul Millet and the ‘lads’ of the Glendowie Cycling Crew have now completed the first stage in their journey to cycle from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South Island of New Zealand. Spread over four days, this initial stage covered 480km of the total 3000km.

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Thrills and spills on the coast to coast

In early February, three members of the MitoQ Adventure Racing Team took on the most iconic and longest-running multi-sport race in New Zealand and one of the top ones in the world, the Coast to Coast.

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Introducing the NZ tour

For as long as they can remember, the self-titled Glendowie Cycling Crew, have donned their lycra, pulled out their bikes and spent their Sunday afternoons riding together. Whilst this is a great way for the team to keep fit and stay social, they have decided to up the ante and are taking on their biggest challenge to date.

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An endurance coach’s tips for obstacle course racing

Endurance coach, Paul Cadman, shares his tips for obstacle course racing and Spartan, including nutrition, training and on the day advice.

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