How to Best Prepare for Your First Triathlon As has been asserted time and time again on this very blog, the triathlon is one of the most challenging athletic endeavours that a person can choose to tackle. For first-timers, take care not to be intimidated by the hard work and scheduling that your first triathlon […]
How I Train: 5 Top Age-Groupers Share Their Favorite Workouts | Triathlete.com The killer swim, bike and run workouts that get these five top age-groupers envy-inducing results. From serious interval workouts to simply commuting to work by bike – some great tips from some outstanding age-groupers.
Five Fitness Truths to Live By Watching other people work out is endlessly interesting to me. Although I’ve tried many weird workouts over the years, the human drive to find new ways to get fit always amazes me. As I watch someone stack a balance board and a bouncy ball into a squat rack, I […]
Jim Vance on Data Jim Vance is the author of both Triathlon 2.0 and Run with Power . He joined us to chat about how making use of data can help you go longer and faster than ever before. Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes Podcast: Play in new window | Download There’s probably no […]
7 Useful Blogs for Weekend Triathletes Weekend triathletes compete in races as a hobby. They’re not elite athletes who know everything there is to know about fitness, gear, performance, and nutrition. They’re regular Joes who like to compete in triathlons to have fun, to challenge themselves, and to stay in shape. If, like me, you’d […]