Developing World Class Run Mechanics (Video)Read more
Swim mechanics and bike fitting get all of the hype these days. As triathletes, we are often keenly aware of our mechanical faults in the water, and how to make our bike position as powerful and aerodynamic as possible. The mechanics of running,
X TracksRead more
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The Moving Bar of Intensity The cognitive and perceptual sensory signals of intensity are constant and consciously processed and organized in the cerebral cortex. And while heart rate (HR) and to a degree, power training are effective training tools HR and power cannot beRead more
Hunter Kemper Claims USA Triathlon Elite Race Series VictoryRead more
Three-time U.S. Olympian Hunter Kemper and Canada's Chantell Widney were victorious Saturday at the second stop of the 2011 USA Triathlon Elite Race Series, the Tri Monroe - Gateway to Adventure.
Tissink and Williamson take Buffalo Springs LakeRead more
There was a lot of angst heading into today's Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs in Lubbock, Texas. The weather report called for triple digit temperatures and high winds and, for once, the weather forecast was correct.
Van Lierde and Felt take Ironman France Earlier this year van Lierde took the prestigious Abu Dhabi triathlon, beating a stacked field in the process. Yesterday, during an interview, he told me that he had three main goals for 2011 - Abu Dhabi, France and Kona.Read more
Hawaii trip, bicycle frames up for grabs in Quintana Roo contests This triathlon season, Quintana Roo will give 10 athletes free bicycle frames and send one person to Hawaii for the Ironman World Championship. The two promotions focus on interacting with triathletes both in person at Ironman events and online.Read more