All Dear coach: Page 2
- By Mimi Winsberg
- Published Aug 29, 2014
- Updated Aug 29, 2014 at 4:13 PM UTC
Come race day, letting go of preconceived notions of success can be helpful.
- By Andrew Shanks
- Published Aug 7, 2014
Training for triathlon is a balancing act, so consider these key aspects when you’re planning your rest and recovery days.
- By Chris Colburn
- Published Jul 21, 2014
- Updated Jul 21, 2014 at 3:32 PM UTC
By paying attention to the weakest part of our swimming, we can often make the most improvement.
- By Maria Simone
- Published Jun 23, 2014
- Updated Nov 12, 2014 at 4:30 PM UTC
Coach Maria Simone explains what role rest days play in recovery.
- By Kyle Herrig
- Published Jun 6, 2014
Thankfully many injury prevention methods can also make you faster and more efficient in the sport.
- By Dan Graovac
- Published May 22, 2014
Coach Dan Graovac provides training and recovery guidelines for “mature” triathletes.
- By Jim Vance
- Published May 14, 2014
- Updated May 14, 2014 at 6:07 PM UTC
When training for a 70.3 or Ironman, should I do short intervals or just try to log as many miles as I can?
- By Katie Malone
- Published Apr 17, 2014
Coach Katie Malone provides advice for tackling triathlon's fourth discipline: transitions.
- By Greg Close
- Published Apr 9, 2014
I have a high heart rate (160–170) when I work out, regardless of perceived effort. Will this limit me in longer distances?
- By Luis Vargas
- Published Apr 8, 2014
- Updated Apr 8, 2014 at 11:59 AM UTC
Address your weakest triathlon leg (swim, bike or run) with advice from coach Luis Vargas.