5 Tips to Run Comfortably Off the Bike

For triathletes, the run can make or break your race. But even if you're a strong runner and devote plenty of training time to this leg, running well after pedaling a bike is not guaranteed.

While there are no magic tricks to help you feel great after hammering the pedals for an hour or more, there are a few things you can do to help ease into the transition a little more seamlessly.

Use these five tips to run more comfortably, and perhaps a little faster, off the bike.

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Marc Lindsay

Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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