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What's Your TriDot?

Submitted by TriDot on Tue, 02/23/2016 - 16:25

What's Your TriDot?What reaction would you get if you asked a fellow triathlete, "What's Your TriDot?"

Today, they'd probably give you an expression similar to the "eyes-wide-open-with-a-straight-line-mouth" Emoji face. But the reality is the TriDot Score can change triathlete conversations about training, performance and potential. 

Where's the Line in Getting Outside Assistance in Triathlon?

Submitted by Jared Milam on Thu, 09/29/2016 - 08:13

Outside AssistanceA roommate of mine once posed a difficult question for me to answer. “So then you’re cheating right?” he asked.

My brow furrowed. I smirked a condescending smirk as spittle flew from the side of my mouth. Cheating? I laughed to myself. Of course not.

TriDot Dashboard 101 - 3 Critical Triathlon Training Data Points

Submitted by Jared Milam on Tue, 09/20/2016 - 07:14

TriDot DashboardThe all-new TriDot dashboard is rife with features and serious triathlon technology. It’s easy to use and understand for those who only need the basic training information, but also deep enough for the data-junkie to put on his or her triathlon scuba gear and go exploring.

3 Key Points to Remember About Stamina Training in Triathlon

Submitted by Jared Milam on Tue, 09/06/2016 - 09:09

Stamina TrainingFor me, the start of every triathlon season is like clockwork. I’ve come to realize that a scheduled event rolls around once every spring. One in which I acquire the opportunity to repeat the mistakes of my past. It’s a time to be foolish in my confidence. A time to act out of pride. Perhaps it’s the suppressed tenacity or the ambition that gets to me.

Stories of Inspiration - Women in Triathlons

Submitted by TriDot on Fri, 08/26/2016 - 16:17

Women in Triathlon InspirationIt was 2009. She found herself 60 pounds overweight and battling chronic bouts of depression and anxiety.

That year was a turning point for Melanie Bocock. She connected with a psychologist and the depression began to clear. As the healing began to flow into her heart and soul, it also began to influence her physically.

Two Important Metrics for New Triathletes

Submitted by Elizabeth James on Wed, 08/24/2016 - 16:12

Important Metrics for New TriathletesTalk to an experienced triathlete and the conversation may soon lead into a discussion of stroke count, drag coefficients, intensity factor, and normalized power. While measuring and analyzing such factors can certainly be beneficial, it’s easy for new triathletes to become overwhelmed.

3 Ways to Strike a Happy Triathlon/Family Balance

Submitted by TriDot on Wed, 08/17/2016 - 16:02

Family BalanceSuccessfully coordinating a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 mile run is hard enough. Add to that the demands for a quality family life, and it’s enough to leave you scratching your head.

Deep down, we all know that even if we meet our greatest triathlon goals, if we leave our families behind we haven’t really achieved much.

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