If you’re a parent to young kids and a triathlete, you probably have to juggle training with childcare on an ongoing basis. For many of us, the answer to that perpetual concern comes in the form of a jog stroller. But not all jog strollers are created equal.
Compression apparel has entered the triathlon mainstream, with pros and age-groupers alike donning specially engineered socks, sleeves and more to aid their training, racing and recovery. But does it really work?
The fear of blistered and bruised feet often keeps even the most hardened pros from running out of transition without socks in their shoes. Here are some tricks of the trade if you want to try going sockless on the run.