A Guide to Strength Training for Triathletes

Strength Training for Triathletes

With triathlons becoming more popular -- and more lucrative -- around the globe, we're willing to bet that you've wondered if you have what it takes to run, bike, and swim your way across the finish line. Not only does participating in a triathlon come with a whole host of health

The Importance of Mastering the Triathlon Transition

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So you've committed to participating in a triathlon. Nice! You're probably used to people saying you're crazy by now. Whether you're crazy or not, you're going to want to know how to make a successful triathlon transition. Often in a race, the winner is determined by mere seconds - so you're going

The 10 Best Triathlon Bike Shoes to Try

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As you probably know, triathletes and cyclists have different training regiments, different goals, and different shoe needs. With the "clipless" pedal system that's become standard in the last 30 years, triathlon bike shoes have changed from previous standards of road-specific shoes. Finding the right fit for your body that you can

The Top 10 Tri Suits for Triathletes

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Finding the right tri suit can make or break your performance on the big day. Afterall, you don't want issues with your gear to be the difference that causes you to have a bad race. If you're bad at making decisions: never fear! We've compiled this nifty list of the top

A Ketogenic Meal Plan for Athletes

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Are you an athlete looking for ways to improve your performance and focus? Do you want to cut weight in scientifically-backed ways? Become a little leaner without sacrificing great flavor? Do you like the sound of the following foods? Baked salmon. Spicy turkey chili. Greek yogurt with almonds. Then the keto diet may

Running and Testosterone: Understanding the Connection and Benefits

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Testosterone is the primary hormone that is responsible for regulating fertility, red blood cell production, muscle mass, and fat distribution in male bodies. Low testosterone levels can lead to low sex drive, decreased muscle mass, and other health problems. You've probably never thought about running as a cause of low testosterone.