Here's a no-brainer: when you add swimming and cycling sessions to your training, you need to adjust your running schedule. More specifically, as you make room for these new sports in your training, you have to plan more carefully the types of runs
and topless cycling or running leads to instant disqualification, so wearing a suit is vital.Q. Should I use tri bars?A. If you are new to triathlon there is no point buying tri bars as they are not essential kit. However, if you are already a self
One recent sunny day at noon, I watched the exodus from the office, and it occurred to me that we don't have a lunch hour as much as break time. Everyone regularly goes for a midday ride, run, walk or swim. Working out at lunchtime re-energises you and is a great way to fit train...
cycling and swimming to your training schedule.The Pirate Ship Of FoolsIntroducing our unofficial forum tri club.
Once in a while you get that unpleasant feeling that you should be doing something you'd rather not, such as a long road ride to help maintain and build your winter base. At this time of year, it can be hard to find the motivation: cycling on our
-bars.Triathletes took note of Lemond's extraordinary average speed of 54.5kph on that final stage and were soon running, cycling and swimming to their local bike shop to buy a pair of aero-bars. The use of these new bars became so common in triathlon that they even
Photo by: Bakke-Svensson/Ironman An Ironman triathlon is an emotional experience. The physical and mental challenge presented by the event (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run) slowly removes the layers of complexity within you until there is not...
There's no need to suffer from adrenaline withdrawal when the triathlon season draws to a close. There are loads of cycle sportives around at this time of year to tempt you to go long and stay strong on the bike. Sportives are the cycling version
-mile cycle ride and eight-mile cross-country run, though those feeling less courageous can take the event’s half-length option without feeling short-changed of the fantastic views and varied landscapes on offer.Both races start and finish in the bay
Aerobars have a reputation for being uncomfortable, twitchy and sometimes even downright dangerous. And when they're improperly used, that's true. But with the right adjustments they can make for smooth, fast and safe cycling, which is exactly what
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