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- By Jonathan Cane
- Published Feb 5, 2016
- Updated Feb 5, 2016 at 4:22 PM UTC
- By Nick Logan
- Published Jan 13, 2016
- Updated Jan 15, 2016 at 1:34 PM UTC
For most triathletes, missing a workout is a cause of major anxiety.
- By Earl Walton
- Published Jan 5, 2016
- Updated Jan 15, 2016 at 1:32 PM UTC
Ah, speedwork. It hurts so good! But alas, if it hurts so bad, you can derail your season before it even gets started.
- By Marni Sumbal
- Published Dec 23, 2015
There's everyday healthy eating, and then there's fueling for triathlon training.
- By Kathleeen Johnson
- Published Dec 4, 2015
Coach Kathleeen Johnson provides some basic tips for keeping your transition times to a minimum.
- By Kim Peek
- Published Dec 2, 2015
You’ve just spent a season pushing your body to its limits, so think of the off-season as a time of recovery.
- By Tony Hammett
- Published Oct 22, 2015
- Updated Oct 23, 2015 at 6:03 PM UTC
Lack of motivation is quite common for athletes who have been consistently training all year and are headed toward their final event.
- By Suzanna Zelaco
- Published Oct 15, 2015
The work needed to go faster on the bike requires you to really stretch beyond your comfort level.
- By Bryan Mineo
- Published Sep 2, 2015
Swim coach Bryan Mineo explains why holding your breath will slow you down and provides advice for kicking this bad habit.
- By Andrew Shanks
- Published Aug 21, 2015
Training for triathlon is a balancing act, so consider these key aspects when you’re planning your rest and recovery days.