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.
First, consider why you want to—then track a few litmus test variables before you dive in.
Get ready for obsession!
It's time to start thinking about how you're going to fuel for the upcoming season—and we're here to help.
Coach Lance Watson explains why (and how) it's possible to have success in both types of triathlon racing.
Coach Matt Dixon answers three questions about training for a longer-distance race.
No matter how many short-distance triathlons you’ve raced, nothing can totally prepare you for the demands of an Ironman. After completing his first (Ironman Coeur d’Alene), Senior Tech Editor Aaron Hersh shares several tips that can make the jump in distance a little more manageable.
Getting ready for your first Ironman? In the video below Australian pro Joe Gambles gives his advice for tackling your first Ironman race.
Armstrong enlists the help of Alberto Salazar to help him run a 2:50-2:55 marathon in an Ironman.