The key to measuring your progress toward any goal is understanding that you are the one who creates the metric system.
While most triathletes never bother to learn butterfly or breaststroke, there are many benefits—including injury prevention and an improved freestyle technique— to focusing on other competitive swim strokes. Here’s how to get started.
Early season training camps are great for preparing your body and your mind for the coming race season. Make sure all your hard work and money don’t go to waste by preparing for the camp in the best way possible.
In order to find balance between your training and the rest of your life, you must be willing to let certain things fall below the "Suck Line." SwimBikeMom.com's Meredith Atwood explains how.
Qualifying for an IRONMAN World Championship race involves a particular formula of self reflection, training execution and race choice—and now's the best time to start your planning.
Lionel Sanders recently set the IRONMAN record with a time of 7:44:29 at IRONMAN Arizona. Best Bike Split's Ryan Cooper interviewed Lionel and took a closer look at his bike and run files to see how the race unfolded.
With thousands of races to choose from, finding the right triathlon can be an overwhelming task. Use these 6 steps to narrow down your search and choose the right races for your next season.
Coach Jim Vance analyzes two running power files from the IRONMAN World Championships and explains how running power meters can help you define the specific intensity for your Ironman run training and racing.
The 2016 IRONMAN World Championships push every athlete to their limits. Get an inside look at the power numbers these athletes produce to fight for the win.
Environmental conditions can make a big difference in how you approach your race. Chief Scientist of Best Bike Split Ryan Cooper explains how altitude, heat, and humidity can affect your race plan.