Whether you’re new to triathlon or an experienced IRONMAN, here are the top tips for you to tackle the ultimate swim-bike-run challenge.
Polar athlete Mirinda Carfrae answers questions from the Polar community about training three disciplines and balancing triathlon and family life.
Not just a running watch, more than a sports watch… This premium multisport watch is building on the heritage of Polar V800 but takes giant leaps longer.
Do you recognize the fine line between pushing yourself and harming yourself? Here’s how Sebastian Kienle knows how much is too much.
With three sports packed into one, keeping track of all your necessary triathlon gear is tough. Fear not, we’re here to help.
Cycling sounds like a simple form of cross training: just hop on the saddle and start pedaling, right? Not quite. Check here which 9 mistakes most beginners make – and how to avoid them!
The internet is full of must-try triathlon tips from so-called experts, but what do actual professional triathletes do on race day?
This is how you can climb like a pro! Top tips from Guillaume Martin, the GC contender for the Wanty-Groupe Gobert cycling team.
With so many moving parts, there’s a lot that can go wrong when training for (and racing) a triathlon. Avoid these triathlon mistakes.
Here are our top tips for triathletes who want a boost in performance without hiring a coach.
Our very own multiple-time Ironman Jyrki Salokorpi shares the key lessons he has learned about heart rate training, recovery and planning your triathlon training.
Open-water swimming is totally different than swimming in a pool but fear not: Here’s advice from 16 triathletes who have been there, swam it, and lived to tell the victorious tale.
Read how professional triathlete Kaisa Sali monitors training load and boosts recovery.
You don’t have to be a pro athlete to start triathlon training. Read how a chubby engineer got into triathlon and why he got hooked for life.
Completing the Ironman is a major feat, but three-time Ironman and coach Christopher Baker tells us how to conquer the challenge.
Before jumping in the pool, clipping in, or lacing up, here’s what three-time Ironman and NYC-based coach Christopher Baker says you should keep in mind when training for your first triathlon.
Read how a cycling power meter can help you fine-tune your workouts.
It can be tempting to skip the warm up exercises and dive right into a big workout. Here’s why you should always warm up – and exactly how to do it.
No workout is complete until you’ve sufficiently cooled down. Here’s why cool down exercises are a crucial part of training.
How does your sweat rate compare to others? Here’s what you need to know about sweat rate from Dr. Craig Feuerman, Medical Director at City Sports Medicine.
Distractions are a part of life, even before a race. Heed this advice from triathlete Angela Naeth to help you mentally stay in the zone before race day.