Posts Tagged ‘Triathlon’

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3 Olympic Distance Simulation Workouts For Race Readiness

  

These three Olympic distance simulation workouts will let you practice race specificity so you can gauge your race-day readiness or tweak your training plan accordingly.


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Simple Tips to Help You Run a Faster 10K (Without Running on the Track)

  

If your track sessions are falling short, here are some new twists on training to help you run a faster 10K.


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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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An American Athlete In Cuba: Lessons Learned From a Destination Race Gone Wrong

  

When a once-in-a-lifetime destination race went off the rails due to illness, Coach Allie Burdick learned some vital lessons about how to roll with the punches in Havana.


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Performance Assessment Tests for Cyclists and Multisport Athletes

  

Performance assessment tests are key for setting fitness benchmarks, evaluating your progress and gauging your level of fitness heading into an event.


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When to Upgrade Your Triathlon Bike

  

While there are a lot of financial considerations to make when deciding to upgrade your triathlon bike, here are five reasons it might be worth it to consider a new racing rig.


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VIDEO: Endurance Roundup – Single Leg Movements

  

In the first Endurance Strength Roundup video series, D3 Multisport’s Laura Marcoux goes over two important single leg movements designed to strengthen your pedal stroke and running efficiency.


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Functional Training: How to Strength Train for Movement, Not Muscle

  

By performing these functional training exercises regularly, you can train your body for more efficient movement during all three triathlon disciplines, while also reducing your injury risk and improving your power output.


Why Form Follows Fatigue

  

With triathlon racing season starting to begin, your training might have hit a wall. If you’re feeling fatigued, take heart, as long as you have the right progressive training plan in place your fatigue is actually a signal that your optimal form is right around the corner.


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5 Race Focus Shake Ups for Performance Breakthroughs

  

By using your early season races as opportunities to experiment with your pacing, race strategy, transition time, nutrition and equipment—you can shake things up and open doors to performance breakthroughs.


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