There’s no question triathlon is good for the mind, body and soul, but sometimes it can be harsh on your bike - especially if you train or race in humid conditions. While changing your cables can be taxing, lubrication is simple. Check out this week’s video to learn how to shift up using the derailer to free up your housing to lubricate your cables hassle free.
Don't be derailed by your derailer. Check out this week's video to get tips on cleaning, re-aligning, and managing all the gears and chains on your bike.
If your next race is a beach start with high swells better suited for surfing, check out this week's video with expert triathlon coaches, including demonstrations on how to make the waves work for you.
Without the help of pious powers, us mortal folk have to learn how to run in water for those land swim starts. But with these handy tricks, you'll be through the water faster than greased lightning.
Buoys not only guide the swim course, but also give us a marker to sight. Check out this video to get an insight into how the elites sight the best possible swim routes.
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.