One of our local Triathletes, Matt Howard, shares his favorite places to train. He has some great ideas!
Archive for the ‘Training’ Category
Author: Matt Howard
Author: Dustin Renwick
Ever wish you could ask a Triathlon coach a few questions? Brand Ambassador Dustin was lucky enough to chat with Clay Battin, of Craft Coaching.
Author: Lyle Ganz
Intimidated when you walk into a crowded pool? You don’t have to be. Just keep a few guidelines in mind to stay safe and courteous.
Author: Nancy Burnham
Our Featured Athlete and trainer at Vida Fitness Nancy has some tips for adding weight training into your triathlon training.
Author: Davy DeArmond
Brand Ambassador Davy test-swam in a pair of Xterra Lava Pants. Find out about this cool new training option.
Author: Sean Lorenz
How do you successfully train for 3 different endurance sports, hold a job, spend time with your family and have a life? Amateur Triathlon training can be a very confusing and daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be.
Author: Jon Ryder
Featured Athlete Jon from Bike Rack has some common sense safety tips to keep in mind as you head out the door and onto the roads, bike paths and sidewalks for your training.
Author: Heather Butler
Heather took some time to interview Coach Lloyd Henry, Ironman athlete and owner of OnPoint Fitness, on how he went from coach potato to Ironman Athlete, and the idea of coaching to your weakest event.
Author: Lyle Ganz
So, you are thinking about purchasing a wetsuit. The benefits of warmth and buoyancy are too hard to ignore, and the simple fact that they help make swimming easier, is not missed by triathletes. What to consider when looking into purchasing a wetsuit: 1. Conditions of your race. Whether the water temperature will be extremely Read More