Training and Racing
Why adapting your diet to your training instead of a highly rigid diet may enhance training adaptations. The approach has been dubbed “train high, sleep low, train low.”
It’s that time of the year again. Winter is here, and it’s here to stay for a while. Unless you’re lucky enough to have escaped to a destination training camp, your training has likely […]
Early last week, USA Triathlon formalized a partnership with Pure Spectrum CBD – a Colorado-based cannabidiol manufacturer – through to 2023. “With its athlete-first approach and proven commitment to safety, quality and accuracy, Pure […]
A new study adds to a growing body of research that a plant-based diet could be predictive of a longer life and lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Overhydration is doing you more harm than good, and it is increasing your likelihood of exercise-induced hyponatremia.
When setting a plan for race day it’s important to consider the conditions, acclimation to the weather, fitness and tolerance.
Summer races have arrived so let’s review some key points to follow to avoid problems in the heat. Here are our top five tips to avoid dehydration during a race. Don’t try anything new […]
Earlier in June, new research out of Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA, identified a type of bacteria found in the gut of elite athletes that contributes to improved capacity for exercise. Interestingly, this […]