Are you ready for 140.6 miles of racing? Active Expert Gale Bernhardt explains what to expect when training for your first IRONMAN.By Active.com
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Most of the time we triathletes will take any help we can get; but that being said, we've all heard advice that made us scratch our heads in confusionBy Elizabeth Grimsley
If you're training for an Olympic-distance or 70.3 triathlon, it pays to add some challenging brick workouts to your training.By Gale Bernhardt
The head coach of Empowered Athlete answers if peeing on your bike is necessary and addresses hydration issues on race day.By Melissa Mantak, MA
Just because you've signed up for your first-ever sprint triathlon doesn't mean you should be unprepared. Use these 13 tips to be just as ready as a sBy Sarah Wassner Flynn
Between work, your social life and also training for the bike and run, it can feel like it's impossible to get more time in the water.By Jay Zacharias
Try these two workouts, specifically tailored for triathletes, to improve and prepare for your next race.By Gale Bernhardt
Rather than the standard analytics, wouldn't it be nice if our activity trackers told us these eight things instead?By Triathlon Taren Gesell
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