With busy life and work schedules, restricted training and riding time is a fact of life for most triathletes. If we are lucky, we can fit in a long ride or group ride on the weekends. But for the workweek, what are some options?
— by Clint Lien “If you find you’re having troubles making the pace times, consider swimming faster,” says Neil Harvey, the man I consider to be the Yoda of swim coaches. That comment was […]
Spring represents hope for triathletes. The long Canadian winter is over, and summer is on its way. Shorter road races such as a 5K are perfect events to test your fitness and get you in […]
As the tri season approaches, it’s important to practice running off the bike. It doesn’t matter if you do a Sprint, Olympic or Ironman triathlon, these bike-course combinations are very beneficial. It’s a way […]
— by Kerry Hale Tabata is a short fitness regimen that will produce a heady burn and afterglow in a time period that almost anyone can afford. It’s cost-effective, fun, super challenging and, by adhering […]
The swim portion of a triathlon is typically where most triathletes want to improve. Many don’t come from a swim background, and it can be a case of high anxiety. The secret – swim often. […]