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Recent Articles

Is Your Training Optimized?
If you're struggling with injuries, lack of progress and even sliding backwards, frustration, confusion, anxiety, reduced motivation or a general lack of enjoyment with training and racing, your training is not optimized!
Author: Coach Joe LoPresto - Naperville, IL
The “Secret Training Principle”
The not so “secret” training principle that can bring your swimming, cycling, and running to the next level.
Author: Coach Jason Kilderry - Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey Area, NJ
You’re fast, so you’re a good coach. Right?
I was going through some of my old Track and Field News magazines and came across a gem of an article in the May 2010 edition. The article was titled, "Lewis and Tellez Worried About Coaching Knowledge." The article is very short and to the point, and you can read it below. It’s nice to hear a top athlete and coach express their concerns that too many elite and very gifted athletes are coaching who really should not be. A short and simple must read!
Author: Coach Jason Kilderry - Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey Area, NJ
Setting Goals and Thinking Long Term
As the season winds down, some athletes may be at the end of their triathlon and running seasons. This inevitably leads to the question, "What am I going to do now?" Before you start to make plans for next season, first you must take time to reflect on your last race season. Although it is nice to just reminisce about your successes, a productive reflection process can be achieved in three easy steps. First, think of all of the feats that you accomplished and how all of your hard work paid off. Then, take a look at some things that you may want to do differently in the next season. Lastly, consider the short-term and long-term goals that you would like to achieve.
Author: Coach Jason Kilderry - Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey Area, NJ
Want to Try a Tri
Woodbury’s In The Moment Focuses on Triathlon Training. The business partners with Torque Studio Cycle; both opened in January.
Author: Coach Vahid Sadrzadeh - Woodbury, MN
Train Running and Racing For Triathletes
An article describing the key features of training for a trail marathon or ultra-marathon for triathletes who want to try something new.
Author: Coach Marty Smith - South Jordan, UT
The Yoga Connection For Injury Prevention
Stay off the injured list this season by incorporating yoga in to your training plan.
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL
My Ironman Canada (Life) Race Report
Heather Hagan, CSCS describes the challenges and joy of completing 2013 Ironman Canada
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL
Cross Training With Cyclocross
Add some fun to your off season fitness plan with Cyclocross
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL
Tapering For The Peak Of Your Race Season
Tapering is the final and key phase after training hard for your A Race. Learn more about why you should taper and how.
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL
Is lactic acid the culprit of muscle cramps and should you fear it?
Many people believe that lactic acid is responsible for muscle pain and limits athletic performances. Is that true?
Author: Coach Eric Gauthier - St Charles, IL
Ironman training for time-crunched triathletes
How to successfully train for an ironman distance event while dealing with demanding careers, schedules, family activities, etc.
Author: Coach Eric Gauthier - St Charles, IL
Getting Out of Zone 3
End the plateau and start seeing improvements by training out of "Zone 3"
Author: Coach Ryan Turbyfill - Aurora, CO
Training For Ironman, What Makes You Tick?
Heather Hagan, CSCS moves beyond past life struggles with Ironman training as part of the recovery from domestic violence.
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL
Your Choice With Trek Project One
Design the bike of your dreams within your budget.
Author: Coach Heather Hagan - Birmingham, AL

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