How to Recover From Injury in the Offseason

Every triathlete has some bumps and bruises at the end of a long season. But rushing the offseason recovery process can not only cause injuries to linger but can seriously cut into offseason training time.

In this video, Roch Frey, triathlon coach of Multisports.com offers his suggestions for coming back from injury and what triathletes can do to make sure they're healthy and right back into their offseason training as soon as possible.

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Roch Frey is a former professional triathlete, having won the Canadian Long Course National Championship in 1993. Currently he is a triathlon training coach at Multisports.com and founder of the UCSD Master's Triathlon Training Club.

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