Triathlete Around Town Larry Cunningham grew up very active. It took joining the Secret Service, however to see the practical and long-term value or more accurately, the critical necessity for being fit. He’s got a great story.
Nation's Tri blog
Author: Larry Cunningham
Author: Davy DeArmond
The big day is approaching. You are mentally and physically ready, so let’s make sure you take care of the small details of the race to ensure success.
Author: The Rock Creek Group
There will be a team racing with us this year from AGE Africa. AGE Africa’s mission is to educate young women in Malawi, a sub-Saharan country that is among the world’s poorest. Find out more about their cause. (It’s not too late to join them!)
Author: Dustin Renwick
Your first race might not play out perfectly but everyone on the course — fellow competitors, race officials, volunteers, spectators — wants you to finish. Your reward at the end of the day is a good story and the title of triathlete.
Author: Lyle Ganz
One of the more overlooked parts of the race morning ritual is the warm up. If you haven’t thought about it yet, now is a good time!
Author: Dr. John Heiss
We’ve got some nutrition tips from our partner Herbalife. While there is no one size fits all plan for sports nutrition, there are some general guidelines to follow at each stage of your workout.
Author: Lindsay Herbert
Category: The Nation's Triathlon
Don’t be embarrassed on the course with a squeaky chain…now is the time to make sure your bike is RACE READY!
Author: Heather Butler
If you have recently joined the ranks of the triathlon world you may have heard the term “Brick Workout” thrown around. Brand Ambassador Heather has a Brick Workout 101 for you.
Author: Jake McDermott
It is easy enough to set a training plan, significantly harder to follow it. Sometimes you need to be creative to fit everything in.
Author: Todd Lawless
Since its inception in 1988, Team in Training has grown to include more than 600,000 talented and dedicated athletes and raised more than $1.4 BILLION to fight blood cancers and support patients going through treatment. People have joined TNT for many different reasons. Whether it’s a direct connection to the mission, checking off a bucket-list item, or training for specific competitive goals, TNT has a place for you.