Workout Wednesday: Hit the track to see improvement in your running this winter

January 4th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, News, Run, Training | 1 Comment »

For Workout Wednesday, hit the track with this workout from coach Michael Liberzon.


Runner uses GPS to create festive routes on Strava

December 22nd, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Feature, News, Run | No Comments »

 Owen Delaney is giving his December runs a holiday-themed makeover this year. The Teddington, United Kingdom resident has been mapping out unique running routes and posting his training to Strava, a social media platform where athletes […]


5 features of the fast and lightweight Skechers GoRun 5

December 20th, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Feature, Gear, Run, Run Gear, Run Shoes, Shoes | No Comments »

The Skechers GoRun 5 is a relatively new addition to the running market as the line of shoe has only been around for approximately four years. Though they compete with brands that have been making […]


How racing draft-legal races can make you a better long distance triathlete

December 7th, 2016 by Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches | Posted in Bike, Blogs, Feature, News, Racing, Run, Swim, Training | No Comments »

Many successful long distance triathletes, such as Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf, have an ITU background. The skills they learned during their ITU careers helped them become better long distance triathletes. Whether you are currently […]


The Saucony Freedom ISO brings together the best of technology and function

December 2nd, 2016 by Dan Way | Posted in Feature, Gear, News, Run, Run Gear, Run Shoes, Shoes | No Comments »

The reinvented Saucony Freedom ISO is the most technologically-advanced shoe that Saucony has ever offered. It could very well also be its best shoe yet. The signature feature is a full length EVERUN midsole that […]


Why the Polar M200 may be the GPS watch that’s right for you

November 29th, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Feature, Gear, News, Run, Run Electronics, Run Gear | No Comments »

All the features laid out in our review of the Polar M200 GPS watch, which checks in at under $200 and covers all the running basics for the triathlete looking for a single-sport unit […]


What is the Training Stress Score metric and why does it matter to triathletes?

November 22nd, 2016 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature, News, Personalities, Run, Training | No Comments »

— By Michael Liberzon Train smart Smart, purposeful training must constantly challenge the body. Week-to-week training load should increase gradually to promote adaptation that ultimately results in a stronger, faster athlete. This means either […]