triathlon injuries

Using An Anti-Gravity Treadmill As A Recovery Tool

Is the use of an anti-gravity treadmill for recovery from an injury a fad, or is it a tool that will someday be available to the everyday athlete? Brian Metzler explores this topic and finds out why so many elite athletes have made it a part of their recovery process.

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American Joe Umphenour Out For Season

Joe Umphenour had a disappointing end to the season while he was representing the U.S. at the ITU Long Distance World Championships.

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Addressing Low Back Pain From The Ground Up

Almost every triathlete has experienced back pain at one time or another. Whether it is a chronic ache in the neck following a long ride, tightness between the shoulder blades with swimming or sharp pain in the low back during a run, pain inhibits our training, limits our performance and frustrates us—and probably any family […]

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Brownlee To Make 2010 Debut In Madrid

World Champion Alistair Brownlee will make his competitive return at the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series Madrid on Sunday, June 6.

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Training Tip: Tri-Specific Practitioners May Be Better Able To Evaluate Your Injury

Written by: By Nathan Koch and Matt Kraemer You don’t cut any corners on your training to perform at your best. You have every minute of every day scheduled to make sure your training is complete. You account for every single calorie. Your equipment is state-of-the-art and tuned to precision. Even your work vacation days […]

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