The way to build base fitness without undermining technique is to bring both along at the same time.
Navigating your way through aisles of heavy gym equipment marked with knobs, handles, pulleys, and cables can feel more than a little intimidating. Those "in the know" make strength training on these machines look effortless, but if you're new to the gym, how are you supposed to know where to sit, how to move, or what adjustments you're supposed to make?
Are you a complete exercise beginner who is ready to get started with cardio workouts? You can begin with two different workouts. Once you have built up your stamina, you can progress to the cardio endurance workout.
Don’t let labored breathing or muscle burn hold you back any longer.
Follow these steps to prepare for your first 5K or 10K.
Don't go to the pool without a plan! Try this week's workout from coach Sara McLarty.
The supraspinatus is an upper back muscle that aids in shoulder abduction and stabilization. It’s also one of the four shoulder muscles that makes up the rotator cuff, helping to lift your arm away from the side of your body.
Maintaining your legs’ workhorses will improve your overall performance.
Researchers have spent hundreds of hours trying to understand what is causing deaths in triathlon swims.
Protect an injury-prone spot with these simple moves.
Strength work is a valuable part of your training regimen both as a way to improve power output and for preventing injuries.
You’ll spend time at a comfortably hard pace no matter which option you choose, but it will be worth it when you see the improvements in your pace and endurance.
Six of the eight athletes have already punched their tickets to Kona.
Dana Platin - who took up triathlon while living in South America - is on a mission to help others achieve their goals.
Many triathletes suffer from being weak in one discipline or find that lack of time stops them from achieving their peak. Evie Serventi has some useful advice.