Training didn't go the way you planned and now you're not as prepared as you'd hope. Should you still race, or is it better to pull the plug? We've got questions (and answers) to guide you.
Hey, it happens—your schedule gets slammed, you get sick, or an injury appears out of nowhere. Use these guidelines for adjusting your training so you can stay on track.
Before you hit the "register" button for that sprint, Olympic, 70.3 or Ironman triathlon, make sure you know how many hours of training you're signing up for.
These six workouts can boost your VO2 max plus improve your speed and endurance at lactate threshold, covering the widest range of areas for potential gains on race day.
The answer isn't as simple as you think.
It might vary based on the course and your experience, but we have a few guidelines for good triathlon times for beginners.
Triathlon isn’t an easy sport, but we’ve identified eight of the toughest parts of race day and collected expert advice on how to overcome.
The iron distance demands respect. We take a look at what it takes to be ready to tackle one of triathlon’s longest days—and who probably shouldn’t.
As we return to racing, being realistic and objective about your goals is more important than ever.
Starting out in triathlon can seem overwhelming—but here's some key information that'll help give you a headstart.
Getting older doesn’t have to mean getting slower if you apply the right intensity to your training.