Running after riding a bike is much different from running on fresh legs. Learn about the physiology of running vs. triathlon running, plus how to estimate your triathlon run time.
Though both use needles, the ways dry needling and acupuncture work are actually different. Here's what you need to know about these recovery and injury treatment methods.
Race week can leave you feeling sluggish and stressed. Keep your muscles activated and firing—and ready for the big day—with these light neuromuscular activation exercises.
No one knows the Ironman Lake Placid course better than race champion and coach Jennie Hansen. Prep with her expert race recon, from Lake Placid course profiles to necessary gear to the best spots for spectators.
Mixed relay was the most exciting event at the Olympics, and now it's the most exciting event to hit the age-group scene. Learn about the distances, how to build your team, and what strategies you'll need to succeed.
You’re completely wiped out after that long run - so why can’t you fall sleep?
Your training should progress in volume, intensity, and specificity so that you peak at exactly the right time to perform well on race day.
Muscle strains happen when you sprint and the muscle isn’t prepared for the effort expended.
With a few tweaks and changes in focus points, a triathlete can effectively train for a solid offseason marathon, while still keeping some of the balance provided by swimming and biking.
Races are finally happening - and athletes are suddenly finding themselves faced with packed, ambitious race calendars. Our complete, comprehensive guide has expert knowledge on everything from workouts to travel tips to mental strategies.
A swollen knee should send you to the doctor—but an important question in diagnosis is when did it start swelling: right after running or later the next day?