A recent study, interestingly, says no.
Build run speed and power with this potent mix of hill reps and flat efforts—and all in under an hour.
It's Day 12 of our Do Something Streak and we've got a simple yet effective bike workout for you.
What you should focus on in swim, bike, and run now, so you can have an amazing race season later.
You don’t need to be an experienced yogi to complete these moves. Build endurance with this power yoga workout for triathletes.
It's one of the biggest sessions you can tackle in the pool—but how does a top pro do it? We find out Haley Chura's tips and tactics for this mega swim.
Get a good mix of upper body and core work with this at-home strength session.
Start building your bike fitness with this workout from the six-time Ironman world champion.
If the thought of riding indoors all winter is enough to drive you crazy, you might just want to find out more about the wonderful world of fat biking.
Blow out the cobwebs by using short intervals mixed with kicking, drills, and pulling.
This at-home session is designed to get you moving well and building strength in the simplest, most efficient way possible.
Increasing your run volume while minimizing the risk of injury can be a tricky balancing act. Here's how to do it.
Get your riding off to a great start in 2022 with this fun and punchy bike workout.
Frequently referenced, but often misunderstood, the difference between the terms "aerobic" and "anaerobic" seems small but is actually big (and important).
Boost speed and endurance with this simple run workout.
For Day 2 of our Do Something Streak, we're combining core and cycling into a quick hour session.
Going to the gym should be a positive experience, not one that ends in a doctor's office. Heed these tips to stay injury-free.
The first day of the Do Something Streak welcomes you into a (better) new year with a 2022-themed run workout.
Join us for our monthly ride on Jan. 4!
Get a band and get to work. These five simple exercises will both keep you healthy and help to improve your running performance.
Just 30 minutes of something (anything!) for 30 days. Register for daily workout suggestions and prizes.
These moves will do more than just increase your strength - they'll help you move better, in training and beyond.
Build your bike-specific strength and power with this session from a record-breaking Ironman champ.
Navigating this season can be tough as an athlete—how much training should you do during the holidays?—but it doesn't have to be.
Research shows your swim, bike, and run training is just as good for the brain as it is the body. Dr. Daya Grant breaks down the science of your brain on triathlon.
In the latest episode of our training podcast, we look at all aspects of strength training—from why it's important, to how to fit it in, to creating the best at-home gym for your budget.
On Dec. 5, the Olympic silver medalist may have ran the fastest half-marathon by a triathlete, ever. The craziest part? He was just coming off his off-season.
This four-week block will help functionally build run strength while safely building run volume.
A stronger core means a stronger swim, bike, and run. Here are the best core exercises for triathletes looking to get fitter and faster.
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.
Do you feel like you wake up with no real direction for your training? Instead of deciding on what to do, do you find yourself doing nothing more often than doing something? You're not alone.
Boost your run training with these tried-and-true tricks for becoming a faster runner.
In this month's Train 360, we dive into one of Collin Chartier's go-to swim workouts.
Knowing how and why you should test your one rep max can really help you achieve your potential in the gym this winter.
Check out Emma-Kate Lidbury's author page.
Beneficial health outcomes are associated with physical activity at every weight level; weight loss—not so much.
Enjoy yourself without dreading the aftermath this holiday season.
If you are considering a jump to a more competitive involvement in triathlon, some changes may need to happen in your psyche and your life. Before you dive in, consider these factors.
There are pros and cons to training for an Ironman entirely indoors. Here's what you need to know, plus indoor swim, bike, run and strength workouts to get you rolling.
Want to bike like the Kona runner-up? We've got the bike workout for you.
A PT's tips for running through snow and ice without upping your injury risk.
The Walnut Creek Masters Swim gathers every Thanksgiving morning for a special four-course "buffet" of swimming—and we've got the recipe for the first two courses.
With the help of some data geeks, we do a deep dive on what it takes to clock a 2:34 marathon on your Ironman debut.
While taking a break right now is encouraged, taking too long could wreak havoc with your plans if you're looking to hit the start line early in 2022.
We do a deep dive on all things off-season—from structuring training, trying new sports, mentally resetting—and plenty more in this latest episode of our training podcast.
Pro triathlete Ben Hoffman gives us his best tips on how to balance your training with your free time.
Taking a conservative approach to strength training after 50 isn't always necessary. In fact, low-risk training might actually create more risk.