TriDot Triathlon Training Recovery Workout
| Elizabeth James | Read More

If an athlete tells you that they haven’t ever had a bad workout, they’re lying. Let’s be honest; it happens. Don’t let a poor workout derail you. Here’s what to do instead:

1. Be Reflective

TriDot Triathlon Training Strength Training Running Mechanics
| Jared Milam | Read More

I’ve been running for over half my life. That means two things. One: I’ve been logging miles for over 16 years. Two: I’m getting old.

TriDot Triathlon Training Avoid Bonk Swim Bike Run
| Jared Milam | Read More

If you’re new to triathlon you may have heard the term recently, saw it satirically written on a fellow triathlete’s t-shirt, or even ate a “Bonk Breaker” chew, but do you know what the word actually means?

| Jeff Booher | Read More

In this episode, we’re going to look at your cornerstone performance metric as a triathlete—your FTP.  But more importantly, we’re going to learn to use it to benchmark your progress, get more out of individual sessions, and optimize your training overall...so you keep getting faster.

| Jeff Booher | Read More

In this episode, we examine the very foundation of your triathlon training.  What is your training based on?  What are you trusting in for results?
 
We explore data-driven training and how you can have complete confidence that you’re getting the most possible out of your training.
  

Triathlon Training Swim Bike Run Nutrition Generation UCAN
| Jared Milam | Read More

In the triathlon world, there are a wealth of opinions and theories as to which nutritional method is best. For years we were taught that a high carb diet was an athlete’s best friend. Now science is putting that idea to the test.

How Triathlon Training Differs for Sprint, Olympic, and Ironman Distances
| Jared Milam | Read More

My lovely friends on the high school swim team often claimed that their sport was the toughest in existence. My cross country friends, however, would retort with something along the lines of, “Last time I checked there are no hills in swimming.” (They’re both wrong. Cycling is the hardest).

How to Build the Most Effective Triathlon Race Schedule
| Jared Milam | Read More

Being free creatures in a world governed by laws, we have the ability to partake in ambitious activities one might only classify as nonsensical. Or to be stated more bluntly—stupid.

| Jared Milam | Read More

A shot in the dark gets you one of two things: Either a very happy-to-be-alive deer or a very upset neighbor with a newly flattened truck tire. You need a light to shine the way. In triathlon, that light is a goal. A finish line you can run toward.