It’s no secret that alcohol inhibits health, but for athletes, the risks are even more adverse. Simply put: don't plan to “sweat it out."
You wouldn’t go from zero training to a 5 x 1-mile track workout in a day, why do the same with a new nutrition plan? Ease into your new, healthier habits just like you’d start (or restart) your training.
Pain is a big part of what triathletes do, but understanding the “language of pain” is essential.
As the popular fitness service grows exponentially, we break down how to fit Peloton into your everyday triathlete training.
Your emotional health can have a direct impact on how you're feeling and performing physically.
A silver lining of canceled races and disrupted training schedules? The opportunity for athletes to strengthen and nurture personal relationships during the downtime.
With the coronavirus reshaping pretty much every aspect of our lives, physical therapists have had to get creative with solutions to their new hands-off problems.
With so many races delayed or canceled, many triathletes are left to reset the way they frame a successful season. But is that the worst thing? Experts explain why permanently changing how you view achievements can pay dividends in the long run—whether you race or not.
After a turbulent few months, what we all need right now is an exercise modality that recenters us. Particularly one that can also bring back balance to areas of our lives that were thrown off kilter during the pandemic.
Preparing for a virtual event requires an entirely new approach. Ultrarunner Zach Bitter shares how he tackled his attempt at the record for fastest 100 miles ever run on a treadmill.
If you're experiencing FOMO, it's time to refocus your energy on gratitude for the present moment.
Recovery nutrition has always been important, but in the context of training during a global health crisis, it’s actually vital.
Exercise has long been the go-to outlet for people who need to channel their energy and emotions into something physical — but ensuring a “mind-body connection” is the sure-fire way to get more from your workout.
Sports psychologists give their advice for coming out on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic as a mentally stronger, more well-rested athlete.
There’s nothing new about using sound for relaxation, but triathletes are increasingly turning to our sense of hearing to boost recovery and performance.
Boost your fitness with this quick high intensity interval training session.
Increase your swim strength with this simple-to-execute routine.
Sprint training is hard. But do it right, and you’ll unlock a new level of kick-a**.
Check out some of the newest non-tri fitness trends to try during the off-season, and learn why they can actually help you become a better triathlete.