Top 7 Mistakes Triathlon Newbies Make A pro triathlete-proven guide to avoiding the most common rookie missteps Pro triathlete and 2015 Ironman North America champion Matt Hanson remembers his biggest rookie tri mistake, and it didn’t even come during his first...
by Steph Skeba - Registered Dietitian, Certified Personal Trainer, and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist. Sponsored Content Most athletes have been told for a long time that fast burning carbs are the key to keeping up energy levels during endurance races, long...
"Run often and run long, but never outrun your joy of running." — Julie Isphording I am Tamil and never ran growing up (well, maybe occasionally to catch an ice cream truck or the mittai wala (candy man), but never just to run)....
This article originally appeared here, at ExperienceLife.com Running coaches share their tips on building speed for both short and long distances. BY NICOLE RADZISZEWSKI | MARCH...
The go-to place to claim race results And so much more Fall racing season is right around the corner, and you might be thinking about toeing your next start line—we sure are! In the meantime, we want to share some thoughts...
Until seven years ago, I belonged to the “I’ll never run a marathon” camp. Of course, fewer than five months after repeatedly making this declaration, I found myself at the Martian Invasion of Races Marathon, ready to go the distance for...
Editors Note - Safety is a year round practice, but the short days and long nights of winter bring about additional worries. Winter training often means long hours in the dark and regardless of dawn or dusk, taking a...
*Sponsored Content Incorporating smoothies can be an incredibly effective way to help improve your fitness and wellness. A smoothie containing branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) will not only boost post-workout recovery, but also reduce muscle breakdown during training. Trying...
Let's be honest: sometimes, a race is just an excuse to wear a costume! Some races, like Bay to Breakers, fully embrace this and have spawned costumed traditions like the upstream-swimming salmon who run the race backward each year. Other athletes stay...
Part II: You're Eating Too Many Carbs and Not Enough Fat As a gym owner, I spend a lot of time planning the best ways to get my members fit. I have always been part of a movement, exercise, or gym culture,...