For some athletes, letting go of time goals will lead to freedom.
Outer order equals inner calm. Here’s a fool-proof organizational method that will have you on your way to feeling a tri calm.
Meredith Atwood shares a personal story about how swim, bike, and run have helped her to learn to embrace the unknowns of life.
The list of what you need to know before competing in your first triathlon is shorter than you might expect.
Failure in life and triathlon is where the lessons are born.
Meredith Atwood reflects on the last decade as a triathlete and shares her biggest realization: we all have an important role in this sport.
You can crush any goal—as long as you pay attention to this one major factor.
You've registered for your big "A" race! Now it's time to settle in and appreciate the process it will take to get there.
Tired of setting off-season goals you never accomplish? "Beginner's Luck" columnist Meredith Atwood can relate.
Even if you're the only one who reads it—a race report is a useful tool toward helping you become a better triathlete.
DNF (“did not finish”) is perhaps the ickiest phrase in triathlon.