Strength training is vital for injury prevention, and even improves form and performance. Here's how busy age groupers can get into it.
Even if your nutritional needs are different due to goals, current body composition, and even genetics, follow these general rules for eating to maximize your training.
Zwift is coming onboard as presenting partner for the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project Powered by Zwift.
Do you need to train like a competitive swimmer to be better at triathlon swimming? Or is this the wrong question to ask?
Become a better triathlete by doing brick training: combining two of the three triathlon disciplines in a single workout.
Does caffeine really give you a boost in triathlon performance, or is it just a placebo?
If you're starting from zero fitness, you need three things to get back on track.
MX Endurance swim expert Brenton Ford teaches three ways to optimize your stroke for the open water.
The food that you eat matters a lot to the success of your workout sessions and overall goal.
If you have a tri bike, then training in your TT position should be the norm during triathlon season.
Drafting is one of the most common infractions athletes commit on the bike course, whether through ignorance, carelessness, or malice. So how do you not draft?
Sinking legs is one of the biggest causes of slow swimming due to drag. These tips from our swim expert Brenton Ford will help you get those legs up.
As the number of women participating in triathlon continues to grow, more companies are starting to build women-specific products.
Dual Olympic gold medalist and Sub7 contender Alistair Brownlee has revealed bits and pieces of how he trains. Here are some useful things we picked up.
The truth is more complex, and whether or not a forefoot strike is good for you depends on your goal.
When you know how to prioritise races, you'll be better able to peak for the important ones.
These three elements are structured and planned to reinforce one another instead of toppling each other down.
FTP is used to measure the fitness level of a cyclist along with weight and heart rate.
Stress is one of the most common emotional triggers to eating. It's a normal reaction, but you shouldn't make it a habit.
“Nothing new on race day” is a golden rule in triathlons for a reason. You want to minimise setbacks and set you up to be able to do your best.
Women have different needs and challenges when it comes to training. It’s possible to take advantage of our unique strengths and challenges when it comes to your menstrual cycle.
The opportunity to get up-close-and-personal while in the water is still very much a part of the triathlon race experience.
Being able to move quickly through transition gives you "free speed" and can spell the difference in finish position.
Having a training plan helps athletes with time efficiency, consistency, and recovery so we can get great gains in the end.
Why do elite athletes train at altitude... and will that sort of training benefit an age grouper like me?
Metabolic testing helps athletes find out how to train and fuel in the way that they can best improve.
If you’re serious about getting results that stick, it’s important to follow a training plan.
Find a way to get past the excuses and fall in love with the process of training, even during the days that you don’t feel like it.
The law of inertia also applies to training: if you stop now then you will find it much harder to get moving again.
For years now we have heard rumblings of this mythical triathlon called The Collins Cup, the event that will bring long-course triathlon to the masses.