Life Time Fitness (LTF) kicked off the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series with the 2006 Nautica New York City Triathlon on July 16.
You're making your move toward greater fitness, so why not do it in a big way? Discover why triathlon is proving to be such a popular and worthy fitness goal — even for swim-bike-run beginners.
Oodles of noodles aren't the only secret to successful pre-race fueling. Here's a closer look at how to maximize your energy supply.
Falling short of the finish line can be frustrating. But the only real defeat lies in failing to learn from your experience.
What do superathletes, fit kids, and the physically challenged have in common? Surprisingly, triathlon. These days there's room in the race for everyone.
You're fast in the water, explosive on the bike and smooth in your running stride. But a great triathlon finish hinges on your performance in the transition area.
Let go of your preconceived notions. Find your stride, seek your rhythm and discover the runner inside you.
It's cold and dark and there are no races on the calendar. What's a triathlete to do? Something fun.
Many sports injuries heal faster, and many athletes appear happier, when they augment rest with modified recovery workouts.
It'll be a hard day's work for about 2,500 athletes at the Life Time Fitness Triathlon on July 17. But somebody's going home with $250,000.
Every athlete can benefit from training with a partner or group. Here's how to be sure you're getting the most out of your time together.
What sets adventure races apart from other endurance events? A compass, a few teammates and somethings a cantankerous camel or two.
In the swim lanes, on the road or on the run—how to cope when you get dropped in a race.
Whether you're planning to follow the Olympic race in Athens or toe the line at a local event, this Triathlon Primer will help you do your best at both.
The most physically fit becomes the most fiscally fit.