Offseason Workouts for Triathletes
Take control of your offseason workouts. Whether you focus on form, drills, base training or endurance, these swim, bike, run and strength training workouts will help you build the foundation you need for race-season success.
While the chilly weather has driven many athletes indoors to hit the treadmills, it doesn't necessarily mean a boring run to nowhere. In these three workouts, controlling the incline and speed will help improve your performance.
Knock out a solid workout and improve your running form with these tips on how to spice up your indoor routine.
Winter is a good time to work on your run form, but avoiding snow banks and sheets of ice doesn't help. Here's how a treadmill can improve your technique.
Use the winter months as an opportunity to work on technique and form. These drills stress efficiency and aerodynamics, and will add variety to workouts.
Triathlon coach Marc Evans outlines several drills you can do indoors or out to improve your spinning power and efficiency. He's partial to rollers for their emphasis on balance, but these drills can be done on any trainer.
So it's winter. It's cold outside, it's getting dark earlier and triathlon season seems a lifetime away. For many athletes, the offseason is the most difficult time of year. Here's how to turn that around.
Struggling to find the motivation to get back in the pool this offseason? Set your focus on a few keys to improvement and you'll rock the swim leg next year.
The offseason is the best time to overhaul your swimming technique. The challenge is that drills and yardage without focus are barely worth the effort.
Looking to add strength training to your triathlon regime? Here are a dozen key exercises that helped The Grip become a six-time Ironman champion.
All three disciplines of triathlon require core stabilization and strength. Here are four core exercises to help you build a solid foundation with which to run, bike and swim.