Taking a little time away from the swimbikerun to work on improving strength and mobility can lead to big performance gains.By Lori Russell, MS RD CSSD
You took the step and signed up for a sprint triathlon. That's awesome! This sprint triathlon training guide is your ultimate resource to learning about the distance, prepping for your first triathlon, and getting expert triathlon tips for training and nutrition so you can rock the swim, bike, and run in your sprint triathlon.
Sprint Triathlon Articles
If you don't have a saddle that's comfortable and matches your anatomy, you'll never be able to maximize your time on the bike.By Greg Kaplan
With a little flexibility and creativity in your training sessions you can maintain your fitness during the holidays.By Greg Kaplan
With just two workouts a week, triathletes can make huge gains on the bike without spending countless hours in the saddle and away from family, work,By Triathlon Taren
Take a minute to read this helpful advice from fellow triathletes that have been in the same spot you're in now.By Elizabeth Grimsley
Whether you're dragging, lethargic and not able to hit your normal pacing or cannot bear the idea of one more mile, you might be suffering from burnouBy Greg Kaplan
Not only does fading near the end of the bike result in a slower time, but it almost guarantees the run leg won't go well.By Triathlon Taren
You likely don't have time to run huge mileage each week, but you should make an effort to include these three workouts.By Triathlon Taren
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