My coach says I need to swim with a band, do hill repeats and cut down on Pop-Tarts. Why is everything that is good for me stuff I hate?
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To find out the best way to spend your off-season pick up the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of Inside Triathlon magazine.
Coordinating your breathing movement to your stroke can be tricky to master, but with practice, it can make you more efficient in the water.
Seven tips for surviving windy conditions on the bike from one of the sport's strongest cyclists, Julie Dibens.
Is improved biomechanics the untapped frontier for performance and injury prevention?
Low-intensity runs may not be flashy, but they’re one of the keys to three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander’s success.
Samantha McGlone's 9-step program for Ironman recovery.
Monica Byrn shares a few thoughts and observations gleaned from her years of coaching experience and provides a workout for you to try.
Samantha McGlone polled a few professional triathletes about the things they wish they had learned early in their careers.
Learn the basics of of plyometrics and how you can fit them into your training schedule.
Kelly Williamson shares the tips that helped her turn in a stellar bike leg at Ironman 70.3 Texas.
Typical Masters workouts are an hour long, but busy triathletes don’t always have time for a full session.