"During exercise, liquid foods always digest better than solid foods." At least, that's what it seems everyone is saying these days. Ben Greenfield digs deeper into this claim.
It's official. The countdown has begun and you now have 5 weeks before your big Ironman. So what do you do?
This time of year, most long distance triathletes finally jump into some kind of structured training protocol, or even hire a coach or purchase a training plan to start into their Ironman training.
Ben Greenfield explains why explosive movements can benefit your triathlon fitness, and how to build power in your off-season.
Each year, I implement new methods in my training or learn important lessons that help me to become a better, more healthy triathlete. In 2012, I learned 3 valuable high performance lessons, which I'll share with you below.
In Part 1 of this series, you learned that yoga will not reduce your risk of injury or make you faster, but it does have benefits such as relaxation, meditation and breath control.
Should triathletes do yoga? Find out in part one of this two-part series.
In this post, you'll get 5 tips on how to conquer the climb to Hawi with proper pacing and mental preparation.
It's time to dive into the relationship between endurance training and sex drive – and for those of you who may be shy, I will warn you that this article acknowledges the existence of sex.
Whether you've recently scraped yourself up in a bike accident, sprouted blisters from breaking in new running shoes, or have some other skin condition you need to address, here are my top 4 tips for healing skin faster.