Where you run—not just how much—can make a big difference to your run form and fitness.
It might vary based on the course and your experience, but we have a few guidelines for good triathlon times for beginners.
How do you get over a DNS (did not start)? Triathlon coach Gordo Byrn tackles this question.
When training for a 70.3 or Ironman, should I do short intervals or just try to log as many miles as I can?
The best race performance will come from smart pacing, and a windy day will change what it feels like to make the bike go fast.
Use these skills sessions to help you become a more efficient, confident and safer triathlete on the bike.
Walking during an Ironman marathon is a surprisingly sound strategy, but if you want to do it right there's a catch.
Race season has arrived. We take a look at some key open-water drills to help improve your swim.
Ready to take to the dirt? Here's what you need to know to get started.
Snorkels, fins, pull buoys—we love to use them, but it's important to make them really work for you.
Race morning is a stressful time for even the toughest athletes.
Six-time Ironman champion Mark Allen is here to help you maximize your time on the trainer.
It can be tempting to try to jump back in where you left off. But don’t!
Injury prevention and preparation are just two of the many reasons why we should warm up and cool down.
It's one of the most important factors in achieving athletic success, but it can be so hard to achieve—we take a look at how to make your training more consistent.
Increasing your run volume while minimizing the risk of injury can be a tricky balancing act. Here's how to do it.
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.
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.
The answer isn't as simple as you think.
Plan your time off wisely in order to gain the greatest benefits going into 2022.
Understanding the hardest parts of our sport can help you overcome them.
We all love chasing a KOM or QOM—but can too much Strava be bad for you?
Working on your breathing can unlock huge performance gains in your training and racing.
Calm your nerves and ease your return to racing with these tips.
As we return to racing, being realistic and objective about your goals is more important than ever.
Understanding what causes injuries is often the first step to preventing them.
If you're going to race in the aero position, you also need to train in it—but just how often should you do that when riding indoors?
Getting older doesn’t have to mean getting slower if you apply the right intensity to your training.
Knowing how best to use exercise and training to lower your stress levels can reap huge rewards.
Knowing when and how to incorporate intervals into your training is an important part in reaching your potential.
Understanding what's best for you and your training is key to building your race schedule.
Increasing your cadence range at this time of year could really pay dividends for your cycling next season.
We all love seeing huge gains in performance—but what does it take to achieve them?
Getting back to running can feel overwhelming, but with the right approach it doesn't need to be.
With some races slowly starting to return, now is a good time to familiarize yourself with pre-race warm-ups.
It’s easier than ever to get lost in data and devices, but it’s important to know how to tune into your greatest asset—your body.
Building a strong relationship with your coach can be critical to achieving your training and racing goals.
Altitude training can bring huge gains to your training and performance—but you’ve got to get it right.
No time for big sessions? Now’s the time to take advantage of a longer race buildup with short bursts of supplemental work that most people normally skip.
Dear coach: I see people using Stairmasters and running stairs near where I train—Is this helpful for tri?
Coach Drew Sapp breaks down the basics of building up to the biggest race in your season.
I’m training for my first sprint. What are the most important workouts I should be doing for each sport?
Finish the season strong with these simple tips from XTERRA star and coach Josiah Middaugh.
Yes, it will hurt! But improving your anaerobic capacity will make you a better all-around triathlete.
Miss out on a lot of training and now your race is inching closer? Don't panic, and follow this advice from coach Alison Kreideweis.