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.
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. […]
As we near the beginning of the triathlon season in Canada, the road race season is still running strong (pun intended). Shorter 5K road races are a great way to test your fitness and […]
Long rides are back! These rides are great to build endurance and sneak in a post-ride coffee. You can make the cafe stop more enjoyable by including some race pace intervals. These longer efforts […]