By letting go of expectations and focusing on process, you can achieve more.
What works best for you before a race—aggressive, calm, or clear?
Being able to control your intensity level through swim, bike, run, and race will help you perform to your potential.
Making clear decisions is important not just for our training energy and goals, but also in all aspects of our lives.
Uncertainty around the race calendar can wreak havoc with motivation—here's how to get going.
Here's how three coaches have kept their triathletes motivated in a time full of uncertainty.
Your emotional health can have a direct impact on how you're feeling and performing physically.
How do you find the motivation to properly train for an event that may get canceled before race day? A sports psychologist weighs in.
Mental preparation is as important as physical and technical training for triathletes to gain a competitive edge.
This special sports psychology webinar for Active Pass members explores how mental training can impact your physical performance.
If you frame the mental challenges you're feeling in a certain way, you'll come out the other end of this season as a better overall athlete.
A silver lining of canceled races and disrupted training schedules? The opportunity for athletes to strengthen and nurture personal relationships during the downtime.
You’re swimming with your body, but what about the rest of you?
Exercise has long been the go-to outlet for people who need to channel their energy and emotions into something physical — but ensuring a “mind-body connection” is the sure-fire way to get more from your workout.
Sports psychologists give their advice for coming out on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic as a mentally stronger, more well-rested athlete.
A mental performance consultant shares cues that will help athletes stay focused and calm through these uncertain times.
Keep your training on track—and stay safe, well, and focused—with these motivational tips from some of tri’s best coaches.
There’s nothing new about using sound for relaxation, but triathletes are increasingly turning to our sense of hearing to boost recovery and performance.
The off-season provides unique challenges and opportunities; find out how to set strong goals, experiment with gear, and adapt to adverse conditions.
How the best keep their mental game sharp—no matter what.
Making the call to stop in the middle of a race is tough, but it’s not always a bad thing.
Triathletes with personal support networks are better equipped to deal with, um, everything—from the emotional stresses of training and competitions, to funky performances, fatigue, and injuries.
Regardless of its source, your body responds to all stress the same way. Here’s how you can train hard no matter what you’re going through.
A long-time triathlete and runner shares her solutions to the question, "How do you stay motivated?"
“Goal setting is a phenomenal tool, but it can be weaponized against itself."
Strava is calling today "Quitter's Day."
With so many devices and physical treatments available to injured triathletes, the best way to get better quickly may actually be locked inside your own skull.
If you're stuck in fight-or-flight mode, your nervous system is left confused about how to support your athletic endeavors.
A look at some common pitfalls athletes experience through social pressure.
Practicing self-compassion will help you get the most out of your athletic journey. Here's how to start.
Sending electrical currents through the brain may make us stronger, faster, more resilient athletes. But is the tech ready for us yet?
Feeling unhappy about the way you look is something almost all of us have experienced at some point in our lives.
You want to set goals that inspire action and positive change.
Follow these three tips from mental skills expert Carrie Cheadle to make sure your next big racing or training goal becomes reality.
Perfectionism can be both an asset and a disadvantage for athletes.
Meredith Atwood shares her four tips for avoiding the depression that often comes after a big race.
Five steps to maintain a sense of self when triathlon gets put on the backburner
When you race, do you worry too much about what others think about your performance or results?
If sleep deficit is chronic, the effects become physiological.
As an endurance athlete, you’re going to encounter pain. You’re also expected to be able to tolerate and manage that pain.
What's going on inside your brain? And how does it affect your athletic performance?
Time to get in on the puppy love.