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.
The game is about perfecting the mix for each individual. It is up to you to be honest with your weaknesses and strengths, then be open and committed to improving overall performance.
It sounds funny, but being in the habit of taking care of myself physically balanced out my life.
What lessons can age groupers learn and apply from how the Olympic triathletes raced?
Lockdown got you down? Here are a few simple tips to help you chin up and keep going.
An avid World Triathlon fan takes a look at the first attempt to bring supersprint racing to the World Triathlon Championship Series.
What is overtraining? What are the signs? How can it happen? And how can we avoid it?
The one thing each and every triathlete can do to make sure they reach their full potential
Is training fasted a good idea? The answer is "yes, depending on which session."
You can still train for endurance sport despite pulling long work hours. The key is managing workload and expectations.
A new era in Olympic triathlon has come as champions fulfill their gold medal potential.
Keeping ICE details up to date is important. So who do we use as our emergency contact?
In the one-on-one race between one of the greatest athletes on the planet and one of the greatest triathletes in the world, triathlon and its fans came out on top.
How did the Tri Battle stack up?
Racing in the Northern Hemisphere is back! Sam Hudson recounts how he knocked off the rust at the Great White North triathlon.
When flying in to do a hot and humid race, "keep the engine turning over" so you can gun it when it really matters.
The ‘offseason’ is that time to work on strength and conditioning, technique, prehab and so on. But what if you're stuck in a funk?
Get your picks in for who will win at this month's three Olympic events!