Unwise lifestyle choices jacked up the amount of bad fat in my bloodstream. Could I fix this by getting back in the saddle and eating right?
With short days and cold months approaching, we break down the best indoor cycling platforms and apps you could be using this winter.
This helpful tool can be used to set training zones and track performance gains over time. Understand more about power-to-weight ratio using our charts and expert tips from coaches Joe Friel and Dan Plews.
From monster mileage to extremely high cadence riding to superfood-only fads, triathletes are easy picking when it comes to training trends that might not actually work that well. We look back at the history of "magic bullet" training methodology and ask the most important question of all: What were we thinking?
How to keep your six-pack and upper back engaged while trapped on all-day videocalls to best benefit your swim, bike, and run.
A new study looks at why side stitches happen in runners - and it has nothing to do with your fitness level or what you ate before your workout.
Research suggests that we might be missing out on powerful mental health benefits by choosing to train indoors versus natural outdoor environments.
Stiff and unstable hips put strain on your hamstrings. Use these self-tests, stretches, and exercises to assess hip mobility, posture and rotational strength.
It may be time to rethink the “off-season” and join TriDot’s Preseason Project.
A great running stride isn’t learned by focusing on your footstrike or cadence - it develops as you improve your body’s strength and mobility.
"I used to watch so many triathletes do silly things in the weight room, thinking: ‘Why are they doing that?’ so I started creating a thought process around how I could help them."
Hilma intends to win over prospective customers with an astonishingly wide range of sizes.
Approximately half of athletes who menstruate are using a hormonal contraceptive. How does using hormonal birth control affect athletic performance? We asked the experts to break down what we know - and don't know - about hormonal contraceptives for endurance athletes.
What does it take to go from Olympic-distance phenom to the top step of the 70.3 World Championships? Taylor Knibb's coach, Ian O'Brien shares the little details that added up to a big win in St. George, including workout instructions for three key sessions ahead of her race.
“Everyone just bows to the Norwegians, and we were like: ‘F**k that!’ If you’re not going out there to really test yourself against the best, and people that everyone says are better than you, then why are you even doing the sport?"
Nate Helming explains why you should be practicing how to breathe every day—and it's harder than it sounds.
This spooky interval workout will leave your nerves frayed and your shoulders feeling like ghosts.
Everyday activities can put a strain on the complex muscles in your shoulder. Give them the care they need with these stretches for tight shoulders.
Your timing chip is one of the most important pieces of gear you'll wear on race day. But what if it falls off in the swim, or if you miss a timing mat on the course? Don't panic - the experts are here to help.
If you’ve experienced burning pain in the forefoot that radiates into the toes, you may have what’s called Morton’s neuroma.
Where you run—not just how much—can make a big difference to your run form and fitness.
With his mantra of 1 percent better every day, Chris Nikic continues to change the perception of what is possible. Crossing the finish line at the Ironman World Championships adds his name to the history books and cements his legacy as a pioneer in the sport.
The five-time Ironman champ used this progressive tempo run workout to prep for her race in Kona, but this versatile session can be used by age-groupers training for any distance.
Swimming fast can be simplified into a physics equation.
First-time Kona qualifier Jennifer Simmerman shares her five biggest secrets on how she went from a strong runner, to a solid triathlete, to competing in a world championship.
Three of the fastest long-course age groupers in the world each share a swim, bike, or run session that they use to prepare for the big day.
Understanding why your neck and shoulders hurt can help you find the fix—and pain-free optimal performance.
It can be very easy to train at a moderate intensity all the time, which can be a surefire way to plateau or even burn out. Here’s how polarized training can help prevent that.
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.
Your guide to transitioning from road to trail.
A solid Ironman marathon can be elusive if you're not a sub-12 hour finisher. Coach Alison Freeman explains why the wheels fall off during the run leg for so many long-course triathletes, and how to have a better Ironman run.
This power-based swim set from a swimrun veteran will help you become a stronger all-around swimmer.
These exercises can help you build a supportive structure for your yoga practice—or any other pursuit.
From cheese to leafy greens, it’s time to put something unexpected onto the flames tonight. Hello, grill master.
Swimming behind another athlete can save upward of 30 percent energy expenditure - that is, if you’re doing it properly.
We sit down with Long and his coach, Olympian Ryan Bolton, to take a look at how the American pulled off the fastest bike split in a stacked field at the Collins Cup.
Does the thought of doing a long swim set typically make you groan? Are you always looking for ways to put off that track workout? Reach into our bag of scientific tricks to get your brain on board with your body.
How do you get over a DNS (did not start)? Triathlon coach Gordo Byrn tackles this question.
Because you actually can't focus on one without also addressing the other.