What you need to know about how to prepare for your first sprint triathlon from the sport’s most respected expert.
Sometimes the best way to track your progress toward your fitness goals is to pick a test and make it a regular part of your regimen. Which benchmark assessment you choose depends on what you want to measure.
There are lots of sports supplements out there, claiming to make you faster, stronger or more enduring. But which ones really boost sports performance?
Indoor triathlons are the perfect preseason prep for veteran triathletes, a great way for beginners to get started and an excuse-proof event for those who say they can’t race.
Get more results in less time with high-intensity interval training, a super-intense cardio workout.
If you haven’t already made swimming a part of your cross-training repertoire, here are some great reasons for diving in.
When your workouts are lagging, nothing can get you charged up quite like registering for a really big race.
Participating in an athletic event as a family—from a fun-run 5K to a full-on Olympic triathlon—can improve your fitness, and your bond with each other.
Practicing yoga can support your athletic pursuits, and even increase your longevity as an athlete.
You can learn a lot from mistakes - but they don’t have to be your own! Here’s how you can sidestep common pitfalls of first-time triathletes.
A muscle strain, joint sprain or contusion suffered just before a competition could put you on the shelf. Here are some quick-fix options.
Competitive running doesn’t require superhuman athletic ability — just a willingness to train and a realistic plan. Here’s how to make it to the finish line for the first time.
Improving your visual skills — and acuity — can give you an edge in virtually any sport. Here’s how to start seeing more.
Despite intense preparation and a maximum effort, your competitive season didn't go as planned. How do you recoup and regroup?
Wine and cheese aren't the only things that get better with age. Thanks to masters divisions in many sports, older athletes are finding fun new ways to get fit.
Grin and bare it - barefoot training can make you faster and less injury prone.
More than a hot fitness trend, functional training can help teach your body to move more effectively in specific sports – as well as in everyday activities.
Routines – even healthy ones – have a way of becoming, well, routine. Here's how to put the fun back into your fitness experience.
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Fitness coaching options for every ambition.
Mental exercises might not target your muscles, but they can produce dramatic gains in your sports performance.