Nail Your Run: How to make the last part of your triathlon your best Part 1
Author: Jeff Horowitz
It’s a common mistake among triathletes, especially those new to the sport: after dealing with anxiety over swimming, and sorting their way through the proper gear and technique for cycling, they don’t give much thought to what they should do to improve their running. After all, many triathletes were runners first, and feel that they don’t need to give that element any thought. That’s a mistake, especially in the Nations Tri, where a mostly flat course gives participants who do their homework the chance to really finish strong.