Yoga for the Endurance Athlete


Yoga can be a great addition to any endurance athlete’s routine. Yoga instructor and coach Sarah Oliver shows you some key moves that will help you become stronger and more flexible.

How to Train for an IRONMAN Marathon


Running a marathon after swimming for 2.4 miles and biking 112 miles is very different than running an open marathon. Learn how to set your zones correctly and use pacing strategies to train correctly. 

5 Things To Do Before Every Workout


A quality workout starts before you take that first stride, clip in or jump in the water. Get the most from every training session by following these five steps from Jim Vance.

How Endurance Training Can Harm Your Teeth


Taking care of your body is necessary for every endurance athlete. However, few consider the health of their teeth. Coach Melissa Mantak reveals how aspects of endurance training can be harmful to your dental health and what you can do to be proactive.

Fast After 50: High Intensity Interval Training and the Aging Athlete


Athletes over fifty tend to move towards long, slow distance training. However, as Joe Friel points out, adding high intensity training may be what you need to reach your potential.

The Basics of Exercise Nutrition


Having the right nutrition strategy can greatly impact your race or workout. Here, sports nutrition expert Nick Suffredin lays out the basics to start fueling correctly.

Why Female Athletes Need to Strength Train


Strength training is a component of training that many female athletes neglect. Nicole Drummer gives the reasons to strength train along with some key exercises you can do at home.

IRONMAN Journey: Ritch Viola


Ritch Viola is competitive by nature but keeps his training and racing focused on having fun.

Make Your Goals Come True


No matter whether they are running or life goals, making a plan, showing up, and working hard are the keys to success. Author and world class runner Josh Cox motivates you to get down to what is really important in your life.

Functional Threshold Power: The Most Important Power Metric


Of all the metrics associated with using a power meter, Functional Threshold Power is the key. Coach Joe Friel lays out what FTP is, why it’s important and how to test for it.

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