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How to Weather Uncomfortable Training Days

What to do when Mother Nature rains on your training parade. by Jason Lentzke Let's face it, the path to meeting your goals isn't always adorned with perfect training days and personal bests. Training and racing for endurance events always...

17 August, 2017

6 Tricks to Fight a Mid-Season Slump

Feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Here's how to stay focused and fired up about reaching your goals. by Susan Kitchen Most triathletes kick off the year with clear goals and a spring race or two to shake off the post-season cobwebs. By...

01 July, 2017

3 Reasons to Harness the Power of the Peloton

Group riding is your ticket to fun and success on and off the race course. Here's how to make it work for you. by Melanie McQuaid Competitive group rides and bike races provide optimal grounds for honing speed, power, and bike handling skills....

13 June, 2017

Stockholm: The Venice of the North

With more daylight, green space, and open water than just about any city on earth, Stockholm is a utopian triathlon destination—as long as you visit during the summer. by Brad Culp It's hard to beat Stockholm in the summer. Long days,...

05 May, 2017

Triathlete to Roadie: Make the Leap

by Melanie McQuaid Looking into making the leap from triathlon to cycling races? With the right equipment, specific training adaptations, and skills practice, any triathlete can morph into a competent and even competitive cyclist. Road cycling...

01 April, 2017

6 Nutrition Basics for Triathletes

With all the nutrition information out there it's easy to overlook a solid foundation. Matt Dixon brings us back to basics. by Matt Dixon I've spent a lot of time hammering home to my athletes, pro and amateur alike, that they need to...

15 March, 2017

4 Ways to Trash Your Training

You work hard. Don't throw it all away. by Dr. Phil Maffetone   As sad as it is, trashed bodies are all too common in triathlon. Chronic illness and injury, fatigue, performance reductions, overtraining and increased body fat are just a...

28 February, 2017

Are You Ready for Triathlon Season?

by Jordan Blanco Last October, in the post-race glow of completing my A-race, I signed up for my next race, breaking my rule of not committing to another race within a week of finishing one. What’s more, I broke another personal rule: signing...

11 February, 2017

10 Weeks to Short-Course Success

by Carrie Barrett The allure of triathlon lies in its component parts: what other sport actually contains three sports, plus the mystique of putting them all together in one event? Tackling that challenge is no easy task—especially if...

10 February, 2017

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