Surviving Flu Season as an Endurance Athlete

Surviving Flu Season as an Endurance Athlete

According to the CDC, there was widespread flu activity in every state except for Oregon and Hawaii as of the end of January 2018. Being an endurance athlete keeps you healthy on most occasions, but there is no amount of training that will save you from the flu. In...
How to Enjoy a Successful Triathlon Off-Season

How to Enjoy a Successful Triathlon Off-Season

“Build your weakness until they become your strengths.” — Knute Rockne Congratulations on finishing your triathlon racing season (or about to finish your racing season)! For the last 6-10 months, you’ve spent anywhere between 8-20 hours a week training (even...
Using a Foam Roller for Post-Workout Recovery

Using a Foam Roller for Post-Workout Recovery

Do you experience tight and sore muscles, especially after a hard training session running or on the bike? Foam rollers are a “must have” piece of equipment for all triathletes for facilitating recovery. In this video, Krista Schultz, MEd, CSCS reviews the...
Post IRONMAN Triathlon Training Recommendations

Post IRONMAN Triathlon Training Recommendations

Updated on August 5, 2016 A triathlete emailed me an excellent question that is applicable to other IRONMAN Triathlon® athletes as well as other long races like IRONMAN 70.3® triathlons and marathons. I just completed IRONMAN UK and enjoyed following your training...

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