A tempo run is good, hill repeats are great, both together? Amazing.
Use this tough-but-fair run workout to strengthen both your speed and your aerobic system.
Work both your strength and your form with this week’s unique cycling set.
Short on time? Knock out this killer treadmill set for speedy aerobic activation.
Use this solid set to lay a strong brick foundation.
Get a better handle on your ability to control pace with the speedy swim session.
Use this killer set to practice riding well with fatigued legs
Consider this set a way to build up (and wake up) the swimming muscles that go often inert.
This tough tempo brick will re-ignite your aerobic system and help find a home for all of those Thanksgiving Day calories.
This high-intensity trainer workout gives athletes a lot to do in only 60 minutes.
After a long weekend of BBQ and brew, this week’s combination of running plus HIIT helps get you back on track.
One of the toughest parts of racing can be the run from the swim exit to bike transition through T1.
This week’s workout may not have food or beer, but it is a pyrotechnic way to increase speed and endurance.
The goal of this workout is to increase muscular endurance by coupling long, high-intensity intervals with short rest periods.
The goal of this gym session is basic mobility, core strength and preparation strength for the coming training phases.
This workout is appropriate for athletes training for sprint- or Olympic-distance triathlons and is ideal for the base-to-build phase of your annual plan.
Got 60 minutes? Try this trainer workout as you build a base ahead of the upcoming season.