All posts in "Training For Triathlons"

Triathlon Swimming: Drafting on the Swim

By Mike Rich

  “Want to swim faster? Want to try drafting on the swim? Check out these Triathlon swimming tips now!” Do you want to swim faster with less effort? Do you want to exit a triathlon swim fresh and ready for the bike? Do you want to focus less on navigating all over the course, and […]


Triathlon Transition: Tips for a Faster Triathlon

By Mike Rich

“Simple tips to help you do a faster triathlon transition. Read them now!” Whether this is your first triathlon or you’ve reached a point that your life is defined by your training and pursuit of the podium, making a fast transition is important. It is the one area where minutes can be shaved off your […]


Strength Training for Triathletes: Best Strength Exercises

By Mike Rich

“What’s the importance of strength training for triathletes? What are the best strength training exercises? Read this article to find out!” Are you over 35 years of age? Do you have a limited amount of training time? Do you want to reverse—or at least slow down—as many aspects of the aging process as possible? Are […]


Swimming Training: Swim Workouts for Triathletes

By Mike Rich

“Your swimming training must be done specifically  for the triathlete in you. Check out these swim workouts now!”   Some  Masters swim programs don’t include workouts geared specifically for triathletes, instead focusing training toward Masters swim meets. I’m sad for those triathletes because a good coach and Masters group can make swimming more enjoyable. In addition […]


Training for Triathlon: Bike Workouts

By Mike Rich

“Training for triathlon? Then you must check these bike workouts. Read more now!” Early spring is when you should get more specific with your sessions. You will be getting a little stale with long steady miles and the turbo trainer, so now is the time to speed up your riding. Introducing some faster pace work […]


Running Tips: How to Breath When Running

By Mike Rich

“How do we breath when we run? Let these running tips help. Read them now!” I’ve heard people advocate breathing in through the mouth and out through the mouth, using slow breathing rhythms, and all sorts of nonsense. Nothing irks me quite like the spread of misinformation, especially when it pertains to training topics. Therefore, […]

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