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The Triathlete’s 15-Minute Anywhere Strength Routine

  

This 15-minute anywhere strength routine can easily be added to even the busiest triathlon training regimen to help build core stability and movement efficiencies for better performance and a decreased risk of injury.


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Global Triathlon Network Presents: How to Structure Your Training

  

In GTN’s premier episode of “Triathlon Training Explained,” they investigate reverse versus traditional periodization and how to balance strength work within your overall training plan.


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Pro Triathlete Matt Chrabot’s 6 Tips For Building a Solid Training Foundation

  

ITU World Cup, IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 champion Matt Chrabot knows a thing or two about building a solid training plan. Here are his top six training tips to follow all season long.


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7 Super Efficient Core Exercises for Better Triathlon Performance

  

These seven efficient core exercises for better triathlon performance will build power and save you time in the gym.


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Why T2 Can Be The Cure For A Bad Race

  

Use T2 as a place to regroup—not just save time—and you just might have your best race ever.


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Transition Clinic Part 2: Mastering T2 (Bike to Run)

  

Focus on these three key areas through regular practice in order to master your T2 and head out onto the run as strong as possible.


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Key Workouts That Help You Simulate Hill Training

  

Have a hilly race coming up but no place to practice your climbing? Here are some key workouts to simulate hill training so you can prepare for the mountains even if you live in the flats.


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How to Race Your First Sprint Triathlon In 12 Weeks

  

How to develop the mental habits needed to start on a solid training plan and conquer your first sprint triathlon in less than three months.


Why Triathletes Should Learn Multiple Swim Strokes

  

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.


All-Out Miracle Intervals to Improve Average Power for Endurance Events

  

These high-intensity, short duration intervals are a great way to increase your power output and increase motor unit activation compared to endurance training alone.


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