The ordeal of racing a 140.6-mile triathlon is both physically and mentally taxing. These recovery tips will help you get back on your feet and back in the game.
How long should it take to recover from a race? The answer varies. This guide will you understand when you can safely start again.
Completing an Ironman has a profound effect on your physiology. Your training prepares you for the race, but what most athletes aren't prepared for are the aftereffects of an Ironman.
After going the distance, some athletes struggle to find direction in a life no longer consumed by training. Here's how to get back on your feet during those crucial post-race weeks.
Some athletes spend hours studying their training, but little time evaluating their actual race performance. Turn that race data into the most useful information you can gather.
Lately, you can't throw a race bib at an endurance athlete without hitting them in their compression clothes. What do recent studies reveal about the validity of these products?
Use these four quick and easy recipes to get you refueled and ready for bed after race day.
The sports industry bombards us with commercial recovery foods and fluids. How essential are these products to your performance? Use these tips to refuel appropriately after your workouts and optimize your performance.
Massage is one of the few topics in cycling that hasn't been worked to death, which is ironic considering that massage is one of the earliest recorded forms of physical therapy and has been used by different cultures for 3,000 years.