Race (Don’t Just Survive) The Run
Here’s what’s holding you back from outkicking your rivals.
Here’s what’s holding you back from outkicking your rivals.
Last week Triathlete’s editors, experts, and pros joined forces to answer questions and discuss topics on every distance of tri for Team Triathlete. Read the recap.
We asked the multiple world champion (and winner of Triathlete’s best male performance of the year) for his most effective open-water swim workouts.
We answer the most inscrutable question in tri: Why am I doing this? (And give you an expert-level cheat sheet to decode four common tri workouts.)
The science behind two commonly misunderstood bike workouts.
Triathlon isn’t an easy sport, but we’ve identified eight of the toughest parts of race day and collected expert advice on how to overcome.
The host of the 2028 Olympics is known for its traffic and sprawl, but there's plenty of swim, bike, run, and fun in the City of Angels.
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Follow along with the training-filled diary of a medal contender.
Join us for the Outside Games.
Coach Jim Vance’s complete training program gives you the tools you’ll need to race a half-Iron - from workouts to technique to race selection and bike fit!
Get ready for the Games!
These are a few of the best weight training exercises to develop cycling-specific strength and prevent injury.
Want a quick, safe way to run faster? Increase your cadence to build efficient speed.
But do they work to improve endurance performance? The evidence, so far, is mixed.
With so many races delayed or canceled, many triathletes are left to reset the way they frame a successful season. But is that the worst thing? Experts explain why permanently changing how you view achievements can pay dividends in the long run—whether you race or not.
It's time to embrace summer heat as a training tool. Here's how.
The first few days in the heat will be the hardest, but it will get better.
Matt Fitzgerald explains why the compensation effect is real and how it can be worked around with the right guidelines.
Exiting the open water is an often overlooked part of the transition from swim to bike. Sara McLarty thinks about the swim exit in 6 steps.
The way you fuel during workouts may make you more susceptible to overeating.
Every triathlete can learn a thing or two about cycling from roadies.
Chlorine kills a lot of bad stuff, but frequent swim training can still pose some pesky health concerns.
Sara McLarty recommends these three tips for helping you get a better kick in the water.
Not all repeats need to be “Run up this hill. Jog down.” Here are a few new ideas from coaches to mix up your next set of repeats.
Despite clear evidence that a shorter taper is most beneficial, many Ironman training plans today include a full three-week taper.
There’s a subtle reason why the best manage to stay on top: the mind.
Dr. Jordan Metzl discusses the iliotibial band or I.T. Band Syndrome. This is a pervasive issue in runners and very treatable.
Inside Triathlon magazine contributing editor Matt Fitzgerald got to wondering why so many elite triathletes have recently taken their bikes off the roads and started to ride inside. Here's a photo gallery featuring the most famous indoor rider of them all, Andy Potts.
A heart-rate-based power calculator, a 1,250-gram wheelset with a power meter and a power-comparison website are among the upcoming offerings from Saris, the company behind the popular PowerTap and CycleOps brands.
Too long or too intense? Your warm-up may decrease your power output come race time.
Running and triathlon coach Joshua Gold gives you Five drills to make you a better runner. This video is from the Multisport World Seminar in NYC.
Climbing from Tucson’s scorching Saguaro decorated landscape up to the pine forest at the top of the mountain, the ride up and down Mt. Lemmon is only 51 miles, but its views and the challenge of summiting the peak make it an epic ride by almost any definition.
We asked Dr. Victor Runco of the San Diego Running Institute to provide tips to triathletes looking to add trail running to their workout repertoire.
Business is booming at America’s running injury clinics.
T.J. Murphy, went to visit Corbin in her home in Montana. The following is the story that came out of that visit—including an in-depth look at how she overhauled her training regimen.
Hard science, heat labs and custom gear helped one pro finally win a five-year battle against the heat and humidity of Kona.
The three pros shared some of their best tips for jumping from short-course to Ironman racing, nutrition tips and their favorite workouts.
In this video, Matt Fitzgerald explains the value in focusing on the process of optimizing your racing weight instead of trying to just lose weight.
This new partnership, effective immediately, will continue to help drive FuelBelt forward as the number one hydration belt in the world.
Feels awesome to be outside in nature and like you're actually going somewhere in the water.
I feel fit and hungry for battle in St. George!
It was an impressive breakout performance by Hall, who sought advice from triathlon coach and owner of San Francisco-based Purplepatch Fitness, Matt Dixon
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A bilateral-breathing athlete is better prepared for many open-water situations; Wind, waves, chop and spray
Heading to St. George this week for the Ironman? If you want to keep up on any last minute workouts or bike fine-tuning, here are a few locales to help you out:
It’s one of the oldest clichés in the sport, but it really is true: you can’t improve your fitness the week before the race, but you can ruin it.
Inside Triathlon magazine goes behind-the-scenes and talks to Carfrae’s long-time coach, Siri Lindley.
A preview of an article on recovery from Torbjørn Sindballe, which appears in the current issue of Inside Triathlon.
How do your supplement habits compare to other endurance athletes?