As the saying goes, all good things must come to a close. Today we bring you the last video in this series of Essential Triathlon Training Tips. There’s no other way to wrap it all up than to talk about the triathlon finish itself.
Finishing a triathlon is both an accomplishment and a reward. No matter if you run, walk, hobble, or crawl, crossing the line is cause for celebration. Stop to recognize your success and celebrate the journey of getting there. Take a moment to shake hands with your competitors, smile for the camera and give a little fist pump to reward yourself for completing such a tough athletic endeavor. Triathlon, after all, is all about challenging your limits and finishing one proves you had the courage to do it.
While this is the last Essential Triathlon Training Tip in this series, check back next Tuesday for a new set of drills that will help you to your best race form. In the meantime, look for an ITU World Triathlon Series race near you here.
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.
This week, we transition from the bike to the run in the last chapter of the Essential Triathlon Training Tips. This week's video is loaded with helpful tips on remaining injury free and staying safe while running.
An often overlooked area of preparation for triathlons is mastering bike mechanics. Watch this week's essential triathlon training tips for help getting the perfect pedal stroke and best bike position.
In this week's video tip of the week, we explore the relationship between music, high cadence and stellar bike speeds. Check out this video to learn about optimal RPMs and measuring your cadence.
Improving your core strength is just a small way to vastly increase your capacity to crush the bike course. Check out this training tip video to learn how to decrease your energy output while increasing your speed.
Creating your optimal race plan takes time and practice. Check out this video for tips on conserving energy on the bike while maintaining an optimal velocity with drills to perfect your cornering and bike control.
In our last transition tip video, we take a look at all the variable components of the transition area. Take a look at this video to to help you get off your bike and onto the run faster than ever.
Did you know your line of vision is an important factor in the transition area? Get more transition tips in this week´s transition coordination video.