La stratégie “Sleep Low, Train Low, Train High”

May 31st, 2019 by Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches | Posted in Training | No Comments »

“Sleep Low, Train Low, Train High,” est donc très intéressante puisqu’elle permet d’améliorer sa capacité à brûler ses réserves de gras, sans toutefois affecter sa performance lors des entraînements de qualité et durant les compétitions.

Training your body to deal with lactic acid

May 29th, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, Run, Training, Workouts | No Comments »

The benefit of float intervals is that they help train your body to deal with the lactic acid that builds up during a harder effort. They are also a great way to work on your pacing.

Kirsten Sweetland’s four week sprint distance training plan

May 28th, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, Training | No Comments »

Kirsten Sweetland’s advanced four-week training plan for the sprint distance.

Swim workouts for a half-Ironman

May 24th, 2019 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Swim, Training, Workouts | No Comments »

Before you begin training for a half-Ironman (70.3), take note of the swim distance. A 70.3 race typically covers 1.9K of open water swimming, which is only 400m longer than a standard Olympic triathlon. […]

Bike workout: Increase aerobic power

May 23rd, 2019 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Bike, Training | No Comments »

When spring rolls around and race season is looming, triathletes will be looking to find more of their high-end aerobic fitness. For a time-crunched triathlete, fitting in the volume required to maintain durability throughout […]

How to recover from your first (long) long run

May 17th, 2019 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, Run, Training | No Comments »

Here are five post-run recovery tips

How to become an efficient swimmer

May 16th, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, Swim, Training | No Comments »

How often do you hear triathletes say that kicking isn’t important in the swim? Though there may be some truth to that, an efficient kick will you make you more efficient.

Angela Naeth’s battle with Lyme Disease and return to racing

May 16th, 2019 by Angela Naeth | Posted in Blogs, Feature, Personalities, Pro, Training | No Comments »

Following Naeth’s eighth-place finish at Kona, symptoms of Lyme Disease returned. Forced to adjust her approach, Naeth has learned a lot about mindset and her approach.

5 tips to improve your 5K and 10K run times off the bike

May 15th, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Run, Training | No Comments »

— by Kirsten Sweetland Running fast off the bike is a tough skill to master. If you haven’t experienced it, imagine running a road race after someone poured concrete inside your legs. It’s a […]

Is heart rate training still relevant?

May 14th, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, Training | No Comments »

Have new training metrics eclipsed the old means of gathering information, such as heart rate, thereby rendering their use a time-wasting exercise?