Injuries rarely happen at convenient times. Here's how to manage until you can get in to see a pro.
Pain in the front of the knee, or anterior knee pain, is a common injury affecting both recreational and seasoned triathletes.
Improving tissue length and joint mobility through the ankle can dramatically help your swim kick.
Five challenging core and glute exercises you can do at home using common household items.
Whether you’re quarantined or not, bodyweight exercises are a great way to get fit without the gym—do too many, and you’ll need these PT-recommended fixes.
The kinetic chain is the system by which all the muscles, tendons, and ligaments work together in your body. Make it stronger by exercising the whole thing.
A pelvic floor physical therapist shares her tips for keeping pelvic pain at bay.
A look at the origin of the treatment, and whether or not it's something triathletes should look to for marginal gains.
Deal with back discomfort after long rides? It's a common problem among triathletes who spend significant time in the aero position. Here's how to cope.
I have a hard time lifting my head and breathing properly while swimming. What should I do?
As we get older, the training focus needs to shift toward preservation and protection.
It's an important topic to consider as you take your training indoors this winter.