Using Pre-Performance Routines for Success

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

Risk And Risk Management

Risk Noun: A situation involving exposure to danger. The possibility that something unpleasant or unwelcome will happen. A person or thing regarded as a threat or likely source of danger. A possibility of harm or damage against which something is insured. The possibility of financial loss. Verb: Expose (someone or something valued) to danger, harm,… Continue reading Risk And Risk Management

Five Yoga Poses to Add to Your Offseason Training

By Lindsay Zemba Leigh | Dec. 04, 2017, 7:13 p.m. (ET) Challenge yourself to add yoga to your offseason schedule — when your swim/bike/run volume is reduced — for greater mobility, flexibility, concentration, body awareness and stress relief. If you can make it to a regular class a few times per week, that is ideal.… Continue reading Five Yoga Poses to Add to Your Offseason Training

25 Quotes to Help You Push Through Your Triathlon Training

So you’re training for your triathlon. Some days are tough. We get that. That’s why we’ve put together—in no particular order—this list of motivational quotes to keep in mind during your triathlon training. 1.      A good goal should scare you a little and excite you a lot. 2.      Don’t limit your challenges, challenge your limits.… Continue reading 25 Quotes to Help You Push Through Your Triathlon Training

Barb Lindquist Inducted into ITU Hall of Fame, Carl Thomas Receives ITU Lifetime Achievement Award

By USA Triathlon | Sept. 13, 2017, 11:36 a.m. (ET) ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — 2004 U.S. Olympian and current USA Triathlon staff member Barb Lindquist was inducted into the International Triathlon Union Hall of Fame on Wednesday, while Carl Thomas, creator of the U.S. Triathlon Series and the first ITU treasurer, was honored with the ITU… Continue reading Barb Lindquist Inducted into ITU Hall of Fame, Carl Thomas Receives ITU Lifetime Achievement Award

Ben Kanute Leads U.S. Men at ITU World Triathlon Montreal With Top-25 Finish

  By USA Triathlon | Aug. 06, 2017, 5:28 p.m. (ET) MONTREAL — Ben Kanute (Geneva, Ill.) led all U.S. finishers at ITU World Triathlon Montreal on Sunday, recording his fourth top-25 finish in a World Triathlon Series race this season. The course in Montreal, a first-time WTS host city, featured an Olympic-distance 1,500-meter swim,… Continue reading Ben Kanute Leads U.S. Men at ITU World Triathlon Montreal With Top-25 Finish

11 Non-M-Dot Summer Half-Iron Races

Another good article by Triathlete.com also written by Bethany Mavis. This one is one half distance non-name brand races. Some of these I have done and they were just as good if not better than the big name brand races I have done.   originally posted: http://www.triathlete.com/2017/04/lifestyle/11-non-m-dot-summer-half-iron-races_300901 After we shared our list of 10 Non-M-Dot… Continue reading 11 Non-M-Dot Summer Half-Iron Races

Fat Bike Should Be Your Next Bike

By Jon “Fast Big Dog” Schafer I know, I know, you’re thinking, “FBD, I’m a triathlete, why do *I* need a fat bike? Wouldn’t it make more sense for me to get a new aero bike?” In short, no. Here’s why: you already have one of those. Sure, the aero bike is your bread and… Continue reading Fat Bike Should Be Your Next Bike