Take on 2015 armed with the seven best tri bike tricks we’ve learned in the last year…
Troubleshoot injury hotspots and build lower body power with this quick move…
Warm up after training with this hearty, healthy, quick mixed bean minestrone soup. Shopping List 1tsp olive oil 1 clove of garlic 1 red onion 1 bay leaf ½ tin drained tin mixed beans 100g tomatoes, finely chopped 30g broken spaghetti or tagliatelle 2 broccoli florets 500ml chicken stock 1tbsp chopped fresh herbs 30g grated […]
Build your core strength and stabilise your body during swim/bike/running. 1. Get in line Start the Superman on all fours. The object of it is to perform the movement without shifting your weight to one side or the other so once you’re on all fours, make sure you’re lined up nicely with your knees hip-width […]
Head into 2015 armed with the very best tri training tips for body and mind we’ve learned in the last year.
Use a break from running to run stronger with these five smart strategies. Whether you’re injured at the moment or just trying to stay indoors as much as you can, there’s plenty you can do to improve your running without pounding the pavements every day. Running itself is of course the best way to […]
Use this focused, time-efficient New Year triathlon training plan to stay fit without eating into festive family time.
Flexibility can help you achieve more pedal power and better aerodynamics, says Morgan Lloyd. The optimal cycling position for triathlon is often described as a balance between sustainability and aerodynamics. Physiological components such as flexibility, strength and stability are vital, but are often overlooked in the search for a more aggressive riding position. Ignoring them […]
Use coach Phil Mosley’s bike-focused training plan to up your lactate threshold and ride harder. This triathlon training plan is aimed at making you a faster cyclist in six weeks. There are three rides per week, three runs and two swims. Every third week is an active recovery period, which breaks the routine of training […]
Decide your goal and you’ll know how much carbohydrate you need, says Dr Kevin Currell.
Save vital seconds in transition by following these simple steps.
Train effectively every time by working out your cycling lactate threshold, says coach Phil Mosley.
Choose the kick rate that works best with your experience level and style, says Paul Newsome.
Drop fat and race triathlon faster by learning the nutritional lessons of triathlon’s elite athletes, says Sally Pinnegar
Swap your set-up to shorter crank arms and you could reap benefits on both the bike and run, says Garth Fox
Finish your swim and get out of the water fast to blitz T1 on the way to a new triathlon PB
Improve pacing and stay calm in open water with these strategies from Dr Izzy Justice and Dinah Mistilis
Improve your running form by boosting your flexibility, says coaching editor Phil Mosley
Be at your best for an Olympic-distance triathlon, with Phil Mosley’s six-week training plan
Strength training for triathlon: five myths busted
Use bike, mind and nutrition to run a faster Ironman marathon, says Dr Graeme Stewart
Heighten your resilience to cold water and improve your swimming in triathlon
Get through transition fast with the perfect set-up, says triathlon coach Phil Mosley
Reach the start line in peak condition, with this six-week Ironman 70. 3 triathlon training plan