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Cycling Injury

Preventing Injury While Cycling

Cycling is a fun activity as well as a great form of exercise, but just like any other sport it does come with some minor risks. Cycling happens to be a very repetitive activity, meaning you continually use the same muscles and body parts as you’re making the same movements again and again. This can […]

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7 ways to build up your swim endurance

7 Ways To Build Swim Endurance

7 Ways to Build up Your Swim EnduranceSwimming is one of the best exercises with which to treat our bodies. It pushes us to the limit and is often described as an overall workout for the body. But what if you couldn’t swim for any extended period of time before getting exhausted?That would certainly dampen […]

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What To Wear In A Triathlon

What to wear in a TriathlonThere is a lot you have to prepare for when you are going to enter a triathlon, and one of those key topics is your triathlon gear. The triathlon clothes you pick out will play a key factor in your race performance. Triathlon kits are specifically designed in all aspects […]

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How to avoid a headache after running

How to Avoid a Headache After RunningHeadaches during or after running are common complaints. Still, many athletes struggle to understand exactly what is causing their discomfort and how to alleviate it. If you are experiencing headaches associated with exercise, it is imperative you address your concerns with a healthcare professional. In the meantime, read along […]

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manage Triathlon Nutrition

Triathlon Nutrition Guide

How to Manage Triathlon NutritionIt’s safe to say that the triathlon athlete is a unique individual. Who else would put themselves through the grueling training for not just one, but three different sports to come out on top with all of them? There is no weak area if you’re going to succeed. That’s what makes […]

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Marathon vs Triathlon Runners

Marathon Running vs Triathlon Running

Marathon Running vs Triathlon RunningEvery Triathlete I know is well aware of the need to save your legs for the run portion of a triathlon race. Obviously running after completing 12.4 mile (Sprint Triathlon) to 112 mile (Ironman) bike is far different than doing a run as a standalone activity. When your legs are fresh […]

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Strength Training For Triathlon

Strength Training For TriathlonClearly, triathlon is an endurance sports. How then is strength training specifically important? The truth is that strength training offers triathletes an ‘extra edge’ that is so important that it can truly change everything. So many triathletes have come to this knowledge but many are rather wasting time and energy in the […]

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Triathlon Beginner Guide

Beginners Guide to Getting Into TriathlonAre you interested in training for a triathlon, an event during which you swim, bike, and run? It’s easier than you think (we’re serious). Even if you’ve  never run or biked and haven’t gone swimming since you were a kid, you can prepare for a triathlon in as little as […]

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How to Improve Your Triathlon Run

Improve Run Form

How to Improve Your Triathlon RunTriathletes come into their sport from various backgrounds. Some were first cyclists. Others were first swimmers. Others were first runners. And of course, there are the folks who come straight from the couch. If you are an experienced runner with a solid history of 5K and 10K races behind you, […]

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Crush Your Next Competition_ Triathlon Swimming Tips For All Skill Levels

Swimming Tips

Crush Your Next Competition: Triathlon Swimming Tips For All Skill LevelsWhat’s your sport? Are you a runner? A cyclist? If you answered swimmer than you probably belong to a small minority of triathletes that’s as comfortable swimming in open water as you are on land. For the rest of us who come from running or […]

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