Collegiate racer and Kona’s top American age-grouper, Matthew Appleby, shares how he fuels for long- and short-course racing.
Chilly outside? You’ve still got to keep those fluid levels up. Here are four tips for keeping hydrated during those cold weather training sessions.
Want to help ward off the temptation to indulge in the Valentine's Day treats?
Winter is the best season for finding antioxidant-filled produce that is ripe for the picking.
Do you limit your race-morning java because it upsets your stomach? You’re not alone.
If eating cleaner is something you really want, yet find hard to attain, perhaps what’s needed is a different mindset.
The good news is most gas stations these days are large and offer a variety of options.
CLIF Bar Nut Butter Filled Energy Bars have creamy centers that add moisture and richness to each bite.
Oils capture the essence of flavor from their source and concentrate their nutrients in a way that is easy for the body to absorb.
Formerly 280 pounds, pro triathlete Tim Nichols shares how he dropped more than 100 pounds and avoids gluten in his long-course fueling.
As the weather turns colder, many intrepid triathletes continue to brave the elements to get in their workouts.
Learn how a simple snack containing carbohydrates & protein after a long or intense workout will help speed your recovery.
What are the differences between hydrating in the summer and the winter? The answer may surprise you.
The six-time Kona champ adheres to a ketogenic diet, which is high in healthy fats, and low in simple carbohydrates.
Protect the body’s essential nutrient balance by sipping a sports drink that hydrates and replaces electrolytes lost in sweat.
Until recently, watermelon wasn’t much of a grab-and-go food, but that’s about to change.
Practical advice from the strange world of bulging muscles
Jerky is no longer the preservative-filled junk of convenience store aisles.
For a smooth transition to half or full Ironman training, getting your sports nutrition right is paramount.
Questioning your gut? Here are Pip Taylor’s top-5 red flags that you should dive deeper into your diet.
Allen Lim, noted sports scientist and founder of Skratch Labs, dives into the topic of caffeine and endurance.
Micronutrients are the true building blocks of nutrition, and are essential to an athlete’s performance.
A Kona-qualifying athlete and entrepreneur shares how she fuels the night before and morning of her race.
A natural supplement is able to increase joint tissue strength, help regenerate after injuries and increase workout performance.
Just like you have to put in a little more training to complete an Olympic tri, you also need to put more thought into your nutrition plan.
We were (naturally) intrigued by the tiny bicycle design on this dark chocolate bark, handmade in Napa Valley, Calif.
Matt Fitzgerald shares four reasons he advises endurance athletes to give intermittent fasting a pass.
Sara McLarty explains why staying hydrated during your swim sessions is just as important as on the bike and run.