How to Take Advantage of Your Triathlon Offseason

Once you cross that last finish line of the season, you’re likely to experience a range of emotions: happiness, relief, anxiety—even sadness. While some of us slip into offseason mode easily, others struggle to turn off that incessant buzz in our brain telling us we need to be riding, swimming and running just as much as ever.

The truth is, taking some time off from all training—one to two weeks—is very important for both mental and physical rejuvenation. But what do you do once those two weeks are up? Do you just dive right back in?

These tips will help you make the most of your offseason, allowing you to resume training in the spring with a fit mind and body.

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