My IRONMAN Challenge: From Five Simple Words to Mission - Kona
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We’ve all done it. Inadvertently or prematurely sent a post on social media and then later thought twice about it. Most of the time there isn’t a significant consequence. In my case, there was.

TriDot Check-In with Coach Jessica Baxter: Part 2
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Jessica Baxter is a TriDot Coach, IRONMAN Certified Coach, Metabolic Efficiency Level 1 Training Specialist, and six-time IRONMAN. Having completed over 100 races of various lengths, including two 100-mile ultras, she is founder of Baxter Performance, which specializes in metabolic efficiency and optimizing nutrition for optimal health.

TriDot Check-In with Coach Jessica Baxter: Part 1
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Jessica Baxter is a TriDot Coach, IRONMAN Certified Coach, Metabolic Efficiency Level 1 Training Specialist, and six-time IRONMAN. Having completed over 100 races of various lengths, including two 100-mile ultras, she is founder of Baxter Performance, which specializes in metabolic efficiency and optimizing nutrition for optimal health.

Inspirational Triathlon Technology - The Training Plan
| Jared Milam | Read More

What do you remember the older, simpler times of endurance sports training?

How nostalgic do you get reminiscing about the more traditional days of training when it was just you versus the clock?

Using Pickle Juice for Triathlon Training and Racing
| Elizabeth James | Read More

Pickle juice? Yes, you read that correctly!

Pickle juice could be that magical piece of your triathlon training and racing nutrition that is missing right now. 

4 Common Lessons for Building a Start-Up and Completing an Ironman
| Paul Wiley | Read More

Starting your own business isn’t a sprint. It’s not even a marathon. It’s an Ironman.

Three Key Points to Consider on Triathlon Race Day
| Jared Milam | Read More

There may be no worse feeling than the morning of a race. Nerves, fear, and an indescribable queasiness paint the picture for most of us on our way to T1 for final pre-race preparations.

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It’s safe to say, there’s no such thing as a “typical” triathlete. However, just as Master Sommeliers with their individual wine expertise share certain passions and traits, so too today’s triathletes find connection and commonality in the sport. Here are a just few traits of triathletes – see if they describe you.

Mental Training for Triathletes
| Stephanie Jones | Read More

When preparing for a triathlon event, you wouldn’t wait until race day to prepare your legs, lungs, heart, or even your gear. So why ignore and neglect your mind?  In fact, some athletes might argue that preparing your mind is more important than your physical preparation, especially when it comes to long course triathlons, such as IRONMAN.

For the Record: June 2016 - Is Caffeine Before Racing a Good Idea?
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NO – Coach Nick Seidel
Caffeine is not recommended before triathlon participation. Research supports that caffeine does improve performance on many types of activities. Adequate rest and a solid nutritional plan will sustain optimal performance better than caffeine for a less reliable effect.