Make Small Changes, See Big Gains In Your Triathlon Training

  • By Julia Polloreno
  • Published Sep 26, 2013
  • Updated Jan 15, 2016 at 1:38 PM UTC
Illustration by Matt Collins.

Craig Alexander
Three-Time Ironman World Champion

One thing I do before each season is get a bike fit to reassess my position. I also examine all equipment choices carefully, and one thing I introduced several years ago was recording and archiving my training data on Training Peaks. This helps me track my progress throughout a preparation and enables me to compare to past seasons in order to evaluate what training practices worked and what didn’t.

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Julia Polloreno

Julia Polloreno

Julia Polloreno is the editor at large of Triathlete magazine. A Stanford University graduate with an award-winning track record in publishing, Polloreno is a two-time Ironman finisher and has been a competitive triathlete for more than a decade.

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