We all know by now the buoys not only mark the course, but also give us a marker to sight for on the swim. However, the buoys aren’t the only objects that can help you keep a straight line on the swim. Check out this video with expert coach Craig Redman to get an insight into how the elites get from the start to the finish of the swim with the shortest route possible.
Racing in heat can make or break an athlete on race day, but if you prepare properly it doesn't have to slow you down. Check out this week's training tip with Jan Frodeno to learn how to keep your cool with things heat up.
This week, we take a look back at some essential triathlon training tips from the past. In this video, Olympian and 2011 ITU World Champion Helen Jenkins helps you out with some tips on swim exit.
As the saying goes, all good things must come to a close. Today we bring you the last part of this video training tip series with advice on the finish itself.
Whether you are a veteran triathlete or just revving up for your first sprint, here are a few tips from everyone can benefit from even if you aren't heading to San Diego.
With just a few videos left in this training tip series, this week we take a look at foot positioning, rhythm, and the efficient use of muscles on the run.
If we have said it before, we’ll say it again. A strong core is key to having a strong triathlon. It’s also important for preventing and staving off old injuries, especially on the run.