Triathlon

The Importance of Staying in Your Triathlon Bike Aero Position
| Jared Milam | Read More

There’s nothing quite like taking the Maserati out for a casual Sunday drive. That’s what I bought it for after all. You know, something to have so I can scope out the local Farmer’s Market. Something to slow things down. A car for the lighter things in life.

Triathlon Training and Foam Rolling: Good Idea?
| Elizabeth James | Read More

Ah, the foam roller—that dense foam cylinder that you see in the athletic store or the gym.  You may have seen someone use it or maybe you have ventured to try it for yourself. 

3 Points to Keep Top of Mind for a Top Triathlon Experience
| Elizabeth James | Read More

If you’re still early in your triathlon experience (and even if you’re not), there are three key points to always keep top of mind in trying to create a positive race day experience:

1. Open Water Swimming is Different than Pool Swimming

Triathlon Training Journals: Be a Student of You
| Elizabeth James | Read More

Are you making progress in your triathlon training? It seems like a simple yes/no question, but I am always surprised by the number of athletes who aren’t sure if they are making progress. Furthermore, if an athlete responds that they are making progress, they often struggle with my follow-up question—how do you know?

The Top 3 Triathlon Recovery Methods You Should Consider
| Jared Milam | Read More

Triathlon recovery is an absolute truth in every athlete’s training program, and most multi-sport competitors are keenly aware of this. However, many triathletes only consider the most obvious recovery methods: rest, ice, compression, and elevation. But what about the triathlon recovery methods you may not be using?

1. Active Recovery

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
| TriDot | Read More

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?

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.