Unless you are a professional athlete or idly rich, odds are that the amount of time you can afford to devote to triathlon training is limited. What you need is a way to balance your training, both within the three disciplines of triathlon and with the rest of your life. Check out this article to learn just how to do that.
Triathlon is an endurance sport. This means you need to train to go long. In this article, you'll learn to become a successful triathlete by building a basic level of aerobic fitness.
Nutrition is the fourth discipline of triathlon. You can do all the training in the world, but if your body isn't properly fueled, you won't achieve your peak performance. Check out this article to learn how to manage your pre- and in-race nutrition for triathlon.
So you've signed up for your first triathlon, and now you've got to do some swim training. But swimming in a pool with other people might seem a little intimidating. Check out this article to learn some of the basics of lap swimming and swimming etiquette.
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Yoga is the perfect warm-up for triathlon. In this article, you'll learn about standing poses, which will not only get your body warmed-up, but also help improve your performance as a triathlete.
If nutrition is the so-called fourth discipline of triathlon, then yoga ought to be considered the fifth. Read more to learn how yoga can help you in the sport of triathlon.
Just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you have to give up on your training. Learn how to keep up with your training while away on vacation.
In the movie "Cool Running’s" I was immediately drawn to the scene where the character of a bobsled coach is portrayed by John Candy. Learn how that movie can help you learn if you're training for the right reasons.
Athletes get injured, whether it’s a rolled ankle, sore hip, or something more serious like a stress fracture. Check out this article to learn how to avoid being sidelined.