Let’s take a deep dive into what collagen is and how it may benefit your athletic lifestyle.
Brett Weick works with driven athletes and understands what impacts them outside training.
Race cancellation after race cancellation left most of us reeling from a wasted season with little achieved.
This doesn’t mean that we ditch the idea of goals -- but we become smarter in how we set them.
Four of the most successful and decorated athletes in Olympic and triathlon history will attempt not only to break the current world record times for the iron distance, but to set an entirely new benchmark.
We don’t have to be at peak fitness or fighting for a podium to enjoy racing -- this aspect of being a triathlete.
The inaugural PTO Championship took place over the weekend. Did the PTO live up to the hype or fail to break out of the restraints of triathlon?
The livestream is free to watch, with an optional donation that goes to the USA Triathlon Foundation's COVID-19 Relief Fund.
It's a slow news week in triathlon leading up to the final event of the year at Challenge Daytona, but there's one athlete on that starting list who definitely won't be competing – because he can't.
The COVID-19 pandemic kept people away from mass participation events around the world, but fueled the boom in sign-ups to virtual races whether single-sport or multisport.
Kick 2021 off to a good start with a high quality training camp in Australia’s Snowy Mountains between January 22 - 26.
The Kona goal won’t distract them from their Olympic dreams, however; they will be 100% focused on getting fit to win Tokyo.
As we return to swimming, biking, and running it's time to talk about what a concussion is and how to return to sport safely after an injury.
We all know that triathlon for the most part is an individual sport. Or is it?
There are a few reasons why this happens and, spoiler alert: you probably haven’t gained 20lbs of muscle.
Athletes are more at risk for iron deficiency than the general population.
The offseason is a bridge between what you’ve accomplished and what your future goals are.
The three-time Ironman World Champion is definitively out of any racing in 2020.
Ben Hammond is a bike fitter, coach and former professional triathlete. His years of experience coupled with advanced studies in sports science and movement allow him to help his athletes drive their training and performance.
You can't put rivalries in a box. For great rivalries to occur, there are a few things that need to be in place.
When I hear the term ‘Arena’ I conjure images of Maximus Decimus Meridius screaming out ‘are you not entertained?’ in the movie Gladiator. So did the new Super League Triathlon Arena Games live up to the hype?
Macca talks about the Super League Triathlon Arena Games and how they can be exciting to watch as well as another game-changer for the sport.
Like many age groupers, Jenna came into endurance sport as an adult looking for a way to keep weight off and meet people. What she found was life-changing and so much more than she ever imagined it could be.
Macca writes about why you should continue triathlon training even when there's no racing.
With a lot of uncertainty at the moment there is real power in having something consistent to create some certainty.
Macca holds forth at length about the challenges that Ironman and global sport events companies may be facing.
The vast majority of sports science research is undertaken on young, men. The results are often applied to the general population. Without applying a gender lens to sports science research, it is difficult to tease out the physiological differences which can profoundly affect endurance performance.
MX Endurance are swimming, biking and running around the World.
This year has made me look at how I live my life and reflect on certain things, it has made consider some choices about how I am going to live from now on and make changes now rather than at some point in the future.
COVID-19 might actually be one of the best thing that could have happened to triathletes.
With so many people focusing on pushing harder and training more have you ever considered the benefits of actually slowing down in training to improve?