By Gary Hall Sr. | July 02, 2019, 12 p.m. (ET) When our lungs are filled with air while swimming, we are suspended in the water. In other words, we weigh zero. When we completely exhale all the air, even with some residual air in our lungs, our total body weight is around 8-9 pounds… Continue reading Swim School: How to Release the Air in your Lungs While Swimming
By Lisi Bratcher | July 09, 2019, 4:13 p.m. (ET) Cashew, rice, almond, soy, oat, unsweetened, 1%, lactose-free — the milk shelves at the supermarket are lined with a variety of options. You might have wondered which one is the best choice to boost your fitness. Discover how fueling with plant-based, lactose-free or regular skim… Continue reading What is the Best Choice of Milk for Athletes?
By John Hansen | July 16, 2019, 9:55 a.m. (ET) Injuries are a common and negative side effect of triathlon training and racing. However, there are several ways to mitigate and avoid common injuries. To begin, there a several common strategies to prevent most injuries, no matter where they occur on the body and they… Continue reading Injuries are Common. But there are Basic Methods to Help You Avoid Them
By Seth Rose | July 16, 2019, 2:30 p.m. (ET) It’s race morning and you are scrambling around trying to grab all your gear for the big dance. You know how it goes. Your mind is racing. You are constantly checking the time, either worrying that you will be late to transition or worrying that… Continue reading Using Pre-Performance Routines for Success
By Jason Diehl MD, Niraj Patel DO | July 16, 2019, 4:29 p.m. (ET) Intermittent fasting — periods of voluntary abstinence from food and drink — is an ancient practice that has been followed in a variety of different ways throughout the course of history . This process has become a viral topic that has… Continue reading Does Intermittent Fasting Improve Triathlon Performance?
In theory hydration should be easy; You get thirsty, you drink something… but if it really is that simple, why do so many athletes come unstuck with hydration-related issues during races and training? Andy Blow explains the common mistakes and how to fix them Posted: 11 July 2016by Andy Blow 540 ?? This list highlights… Continue reading Hydration: 5 mistakes triathletes make and how to avoid them
By Ross Hartley | July 23, 2019, 2 p.m. (ET) Happy summer! As you progress both through your purposeful training and calculated race calendar, I invite you to keep several ideas in mind for the rest of the season. You first began this season by (hopefully) setting goals. I am a big proponent of deliberate… Continue reading Learn How to Crush Your ‘A’ Race This Season