Forget the Training Camp. Have an Adventure Instead.
Warning: these 12 swim-bike-run vacations will give you a serious case of wanderlust.
Warning: these 12 swim-bike-run vacations will give you a serious case of wanderlust.
A new swim workout to take to the pool this weekend!
Best done on a trainer or the spin bike at your gym, this cadence-focused bike workout mixes up the RPMs to help build strength and pedal stroke efficiency.
Get in the holiday spirit and knock out a solid swim session with this creative set.
Put a spin on your treadmill test set with this interval session that will help the miles fly by.
Beat the winter blues with this bike trainer workout that features everything from all-out sprints to a steady time trial.
Nothing tastes better than a beer - that is, except for a beer sipped while wearing a finisher's medal. Here's where to find your fellow athletes around the world for a post-race cheers.
Whether you work in an office or on an ABC television set, convincing your coworker to do their first triathlon is a fine art—triathlete (and TV star) Karla Souza can help.
Feeling ready to tackle an Ironman? Read our complete guide on how to go from a half to full.
Feeling ready to go the half-iron distance? Read our complete guide on how to take the next step up.
This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the first professional tri prize purse. We take an in-depth look back at the eras that have defined our sport and how the pros have affected the age-group experience.
Want to step up from the sprint distance but not sure where to start? Here’s what to consider before doing an Olympic-distance event.
Bento boxes are an efficient way to carry fuel—some may even have aerodynamic benefits. We take a look at four great options.
By getting comfortable with being out of the saddle, you can better control heart rate spikes from standing during a race.
Bored in the pool? Here's a new workout from Triathlete contributor and swimming all-star Sara McLarty.
A look back at an electrifying 2007 season when couple Greg and Laura Bennett won over $700,000 between the pair.
These short, punchy bursts of speed are just what you need to get out of your Zone 3 plateau.
Master your “arousal control” in training to not only race your own race better, but to tackle life challenges with more ease.
For Day 2 of our Do Something Streak, we're combining core and cycling into a quick hour session.
This Utah mountain town is a popular winter getaway spot, but a dream triathlon destination year-round.
A new workout, full of variety, to take to the pool this weekend.
Dreaming of where to tri next? These picturesque races offer a reason to gawk at the surroundings of the world's most scenic triathlons while you swim, bike, and run
Gunning for a PR or trying to choose a first-time iron-distance event? We dug into the stats to find seven of the “easiest” Ironman courses that'll help.
We ran the numbers and asked the pros so you can find the easiest 70.3 races in your area. Behold our list of the half iron-distance races with some of the fastest routes to the finish line!
It may never be super comfy, but with a few pointers you can achieve a natural, powerful aero stance on your tri bike.
As if tri wasn’t hard enough, pros say these five events are well known for their exceptionally brutal run courses.
According to pros, these bike courses are some of the most grueling on the race circuit. Read on to see if your arch nemesis ride made the cut.
Swirling currents, ice-cream headaches, and even salt-plus-freshwater combos—we asked the pros to rank the toughest swims in the triathlon world.
An in-depth look at the long-lasting impact triathlon's footprints can have on the host city.
Although a strong single-sport background can provide an edge when getting into triathlon, it can also make for a difficult learning curve.
This ever-important session is an essential part of run training to get you race-ready.
In the midst of the pandemic, some races returned. Here’s what they looked like.
Don't wait until you're in pain to start foam rolling.
Improving on the various aspects of freestyle swimming can feel overwhelming, which is why part of this workout allows you to focus on one thing at a time.
This year forced organizers to invent new ways to race—virtually. But what happens to those online experiences when things return to “normal?”
Not all training philosophies are one size, fits all. Take a look at four different coaching methodologies to see if a new approach may be a fit for you.
Similar to race nutrition, bike cadence is a personal style and skill.
Want to blow by your competition? Learn how to tackle the downhill.
This strength session is focused on endurance, with lower intensity exercises and short rest.
Before you trek to your next out-of-town race or training camp, consider how you could exercise the art of experiential travel.
The saddle is the most individual part of your bike fit, for good reason. Here’s how to find the right one.
On the road again? Try these four quick-and-easy workouts next time you’re forced inside.
The off-season is the perfect opportunity to hit reset and make smart decisions going into next year.
No time for an official turkey trot? Do your own treadmill workout on Thanksgiving to create room for the cornucopia of caloric options.
Although there’s no substitute for an all-at-once long workout, there may be a few reasons to do a single-sport double workout.
Stay on track for your peak race of the year.
Do one of these repeatable tests every month to check the progress of your run fitness.
Another creative workout from swimming all-star and Triathlete contributor Sara McLarty for you to take to the pool this weekend.
Need a creative departure from your typical ab routine? Try these five pack-a-punch core exercises.
Head to Utah and follow our advice on where to swim, bike, run and more in this active mountain town.
A new swim workout from Triathlete contributor and swimming all-star Sara McLarty.
Whether you’re just getting into running or returning after a hiatus, it’s important to take a smart, gradual approach to gaining fitness.
A new swim workout from Sara McLarty to take to the pool this weekend.
Bored at the pool? Here is a fun swim workout to try out this weekend.
Boost your power with this strength workout from San Diego’s Rehab United co-owner Bryan Hill.
A new and creative workout from coach Sara McLarty.
Although the mid-run swim break might feel best during a hot summer training session, it also serves as a good gym session in early spring.
If you spent the winter avoiding the swimming pool, you should consider yourself a swim beginner all over again.
Runners who have the mental prowess and interest in going longer than 26.2 miles are definitely a special breed. Could you be one of them?
When it’s too cold and snowy to run outside, try this treadmill workout that involves hill running.
Palm Springs’ Monkey Tree Hotel caters to active travelers who see vacation as an opportunity to pack in the miles.
If the idea of racing in a foreign country—or simply doing a triathlon—has ever intimidated you, this all-women’s event will welcome you with open arms.
Apply these lessons to your race prep, then channel your inner Olympic medalist on race day.
We’ll feature a workout every Friday so you have new ideas to take to the pool.
Ensure that your running stride originates from the body's main engine.
Traveling for the holidays? Keep this do-anywhere-strength-circuit workout handy.
To prep your body for a strong next season, you need to play by the rules now.
The focus of this running workout is re-emphasizing good form throughout the session.
We love this super simple Nutty Overnight Oats recipe, which you can make and store in a repurposed Justin’s jar.
Do this spooktacular dynamic stretching set twice through—60 seconds each exercise—before today’s run!
Test your limits with six rounds of this fast and furious session.
This progressive workout series is ideal for novice and intermediate athletes because it gradually builds speed and endurance.
This workout teaches the body to use the muscles that are required to go up steady grades like the ones on hilly run courses.
Make your bike-to-run transition easier by reinforcing a fast turnover.
Do this workout from coach Mike Ricci for 4–5 weeks leading up to your race and benefit on the big day.
Husband Patrick Lemieux gives a rare glimpse into the champion’s private life.
From Olympic gold to long-course titles, Nicola Spirig’s unconventional lead-up to Rio.
At one point in the run, Gwen Jorgensen and Nicola Spirig looked like they were arguing and slowed almost to a weird shuffle-walk.
Joe Maloy, Ben Kanute and Greg Billington on bike packs, pacing, and chasing the Brownlees.
The medal contender on building confidence, and making smart choices to prep for the Olympic race of her life.
Both Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee will tell you they are better athletes because of how they push and support each other.
First-time Olympian Katie Zaferes raced to a sixth-place at last year's Rio test event.
"Every single day, I'm training and eating and sleeping and everything I do is thinking about that one day."
As the fourth-place female in 2012, Sarah True has had the experience of one Games to give her a healthy perspective heading into Saturday's race.
Try one of these skin-protecting formulas during summer training and racing.
Meet the six talented Rio-bound athletes who will represent the U.S. next week.
Tune up for your next race with this set and get some speed into those legs!
This workout from coach Tony Zamora translates well into power and strength you’ll notice in the pool, on the bike and on the run.
Propulsive power meets a natural feel in these new fins from Finis.
Four purposeful workouts to help you use the treadmill to your training advantage.