Just because a workout is short doesn’t mean it’ll be easy. Try these sub 30-minute pool workouts that will increase your average swimming speed.By Gale Bernhardt
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
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
You don't need to spend a bunch of money on triathlon-specific gear to do a triathlon. It's more than likely that you already have most of the equipmeBy Jennifer Colvin
Is Olympic-distance triathlon training really all that different from training for a sprint triathlon? You bet. Learn the ins and outs before you toeBy Marty Munson
Getting the right warm-up is the first step to having a great day. The following guidelines will help you determine the best way for you to be primedBy Jim Vance, Training Peaks
For triathletes, brick workouts are a great way to perform race specific training. We explain what a brick workout is and how you can use it to preparBy Heather Blackmon
By knowing your course, practicing your transitions and keeping your setup simple, you too can master T1 and shave valuable minutes off your finish tiBy Carrie McCusker, Training Peaks
Have you ever been close to the finish line when your legs start to feel like lead, your form falls apart and the end of the race seems like it's mileBy Erik Taylor
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