Race week can leave you feeling sluggish and stressed. Keep your muscles activated and firing—and ready for the big day—with these light neuromuscular activation exercises.
Swimming, biking, and running all require your limbs to act independently, so it makes sense to strengthen them independently.
Improving your agility this winter can really help put a pep in your step come spring.
In order to properly free up the areas where triathletes tend to be tight, a proper warm-up should entail more than just a jog.
With focused work now, you’ll be ready for a strong and successful winter indoors and for a 2021 race season outdoors (hopefully).
Healthy hips are vital for running fast and preventing injury.
Our shoulders are complex joints, and we expect a lot from them—this strength circuit will help you build the best foundation.
Boost your fitness with this quick high intensity interval training session.
These will put more spring in your step coming out of T2—so you can finally have the run you’re capable of.
Fix and treat the imbalances that are causing you neck pain or mobility issues.
These simple stregth movements are a little bit funky looking, but are easy to fit into your routine and will benefit you in the long run.