February Issue On Newsstands Now!
Triathlete's February issue gives you everything you need to jump into the sport as a beginner, or to ramp up your winter training in time for race season. From our ultimate beginner's guide to our indoor swim-bike bricks, the February issue is essential reading for any triathlete.
The Paradox of John Joseph
John Joseph swims, bikes and runs by day and stage dives by night. The hard-living frontman of the 80s seminal punk rock band The Cro-Mags, Joseph may seem like an unlikely triathlete. But beneath the tattooed surface, there's a fierce competitor answering the universal appeal of a life-changing challenge: Ironman.
The Newbie Files
With the help of some triathlon veterans, writer T.J. Murphy answers some of the most-asked beginner queries. Plus: We profile four newbie triathletes who've faced some of the most common challenges when getting started.
Racing in the USA
We pick 22 of our favorite races in the country, preview new races for 2013, and pros reveal their favorite triathlons.
Endurance power couple Mirinda Carfrae and Tim O'Donnell give advice on making the two-triathlete household work.
Are You a Tri Dork?
Pro triathlete and monthly columnist Jesse Thomas does an unscientific calculation of the triathlon cool quotient.
Chill-Proof Your Workout
Stay toasty during winter runs with the smart layering system in this cold-weather running apparel.