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Jeff Symonds: How to know if you are race ready

How am I going to perform on race day? That’s a question that we as triathletes ask ourselves during training […]

Jeff Symonds: Training tips to survive the holidays

The holidays are great for a break and little down time from triathlon but let’s face it, for most of us, […]

Tips to avoid paying airline bike fees

Airline bike fees can really add up! I have had to pay anywhere from $175 one way to nothing round trip. Here […]

Jeff Symonds on the importance of the B race

Lead up races or, B races, are a great way to prepare us for key events. I recommend doing multiple shorter […]

Five ways to make your indoor trainer sessions more effective

1. Avoid the “staring at your speedometer slump” Bad posture can really affect power production. While coaching, I noticed that most […]

How to race if you’re not totally prepared

Let’s be honest – we’ve all been there. Recently, it was at Ironman 70.3 Panama for me. Whether it’s due […]

2017 ITU Multisport World Championships: Jeff Symond’s Tips

  When I first heard the news that Michael Brown (of Great White North triathlon and Challenge Penticton) was bringing the […]

5 Common triathlon resolutions and how to keep them

We are three weeks into the New Year, which means that more than enough time has gone by for you break […]

The Worst Cycling Advice I’ve Ever Received

I’ve received some pretty interesting advice over the years (especially starting out in triathlon) so I thought I’d compile a […]

One-hour trainer workout: Kona Edition

One of my favourite ways to mix up an indoor ride is to do a session that simulates a big […]