A fun, new swim workout to take to the pool this weekend.
Stuck indoors? Try this training session from coach Andrew Shanks.
This session is designed for developing a smooth pedal stroke, efficiency and neuromuscular quickness in an aerobic zone.
This run workout is great for triathletes of all distances, because it has lower intensity mixed with some quicker turnover intervals.
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This session will help train the respiratory system that delivers the oxygen our bodies demand under heavy effort loads.
This “transition phase” bike workout takes athletes from the end of the off-season into the first phase of triathlon-specific training.
The four-time Wildflower champ recommends pairing up with a training partner to push one another through this tough effort.
This week’s bike workout comes from two-time XTERRA world champion Lesley Paterson.
This bike session from coach Andrew Dollar features some race simulation work to help you get ready for your next big event.
This workout—which partially uses Olympian Steve Moneghetti’s signature fartlek—is DeFilippis’ version of a modified tempo run.
A swim workout designed for Olympic or half-Ironman athletes who want to train specifically for the distance of their race.
This bike workout will reinforce skills and teach you how to pace yourself.
This fast-paced workout mimics the super-sprint distance that is becoming more popular as of last year.
Beat the winter blues with this bike trainer workout that features everything from all-out sprints to a steady time trial.
Try this hour-long workout on the bike trainer this winter to keep up your fitness
Two versions of a 50x50 swim session from Atlanta-based coach Andrew Shanks.
For triathletes on a time budget or who travel often, this focused workout covers strength and stretching in one session.
These short intervals will benefit triathletes who specialize in both short- and long-course races.