How far apart should you schedule races? When should your "A" race take place? How many races should you sign up for? Learn the ins and outs of planning your race calendar with this guide.Post to Facebook Tweet Bookmark & Share
Whether you're a recreational or competitive athlete, this is an excellent time to consider what you'd like to accomplish athletically in the upcoming year. As with many things, planning is the key to accomplishment for your race season.
You should always take an honest look at your lifestyle and commitments when planning your training calendar. Here are the most important things to consider.
Whether you're gearing up for your first tri or aiming to improve last year's PR, apply these training principles to make sure your season is a success.
Is there one race you want to do your absolute best at? Use these tips to put yourself on the right track for race-day success.
Find out if your race goals are challenging and achievable with this overview of performance indicators.
Find out how to create high-yield, low-risk training to carry you through a successful year.
If you don't have a clear understanding of why you train and compete, then it'll be easier to get off track, lose motivation and perhaps even lose the enjoyment that drew you to the sport in the first place.