Incredible athletes like Olympic gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen and 70.3 World Championships runner-up Ben Kanute are using this unique metric to measure their practical multisport strength. Check out the "gym age" test, learn why it's crucial for triathletes, and find out how you can "age up."
Don't be scared to put two sports on the back burner—even in the middle of the season. There are ways to do it right.
New study uses electrical stimulation to test runners and cyclists pre- and post-exhaustion—the results were surprising. What does this mean for triathletes?
This four-week block will help functionally build run strength while safely building run volume.
Matt Bottrill has five key areas of focus (and corresponding workouts) that will help you break through on the bike.
While you might not win the race in the swim, you can definitely lose it.
It’s hard to make gains in all three sports at once, but focusing on one sport for an extended period—especially at this time of year—can really help you up your game. Here’s how.
When you're still training hard, but not improving, it can be frustrating. It also can be a signal that you shouldn't ignore.
A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
How do you find the motivation to properly train for an event that may get canceled before race day? A sports psychologist weighs in.
Don't rush your return to training! Coaches Cliff English and Ryan Bolton give you the blueprints to get back at it - responsibly.
Medical advice for how to get back to training after the virus, plus a three-time Kona finisher shares his firsthand experience of recovery.
As restrictions lift across the country, the only thing between you and your favorite tri training scenario is your own judgement. We’ve tapped an epidemiologist to help.
A comprehensive review looked at whether short-interval training (SIT) or high-intensity interval training (HIIT) better improved time-trial performance.
Knead, stretch, awaken your qi: the right way to tackle recovery depends on where in the world you are.
With a wealth of alternative lodging options, today’s travelers are only limited by their imagination (and tolerance for adventure).