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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. 

3 Ways to Strike a Happy Triathlon/Family Balance

Submitted by TriDot on Wed, 08/10/2016 - 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.

The Importance of Staying in Your Triathlon Bike Aero Position - DRAFT

Submitted by Jared Milam on Wed, 08/10/2016 - 15:52

Bike Aero PositionThere’s nothing quite like taking the Maserati out for a casual Sunday drive. That’s what I bought it for after all. You know, something to have so I can scope out the local Farmer’s Market. Something to slow things down. A car for the lighter things in life.

3 Points to Keep Top of Mind for a Top Triathlon Experience

Submitted by Elizabeth James on Fri, 08/05/2016 - 11:16

Top Triathlon ExperienceIf you’re still early in your triathlon experience (and even if you’re not), there are three key points to always keep top of mind in trying to create a positive race day experience:

 

1. Open Water Swimming is Different than Pool Swimming

Triathlon Training Journals: Be a Student of You

Submitted by Elizabeth James on Tue, 08/02/2016 - 11:02

Triathlon Training JournalsAre you making progress in your triathlon training? It seems like a simple yes/no question, but I am always surprised by the number of athletes who aren’t sure if they are making progress. Furthermore, if an athlete responds that they are making progress, they often struggle with my follow-up question—how do you know?

The Top 3 Triathlon Recovery Methods You Should Consider

Submitted by Jared Milam on Mon, 07/25/2016 - 10:43

Triathlon Recovery MethodsTriathlon recovery is an absolute truth in every athlete’s training program, and most multi-sport competitors are keenly aware of this. However, many triathletes only consider the most obvious recovery methods: rest, ice, compression, and elevation. But what about the triathlon recovery methods you may not be using?

 

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