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Weight management is a balance that requires a good deal of monitoring, self-experimentation and, above all, good nutrition practices.
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The truth about good swim technique is: we know it when we see it. It is highly individual, and we all have an idea as to how we define it.
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To become a good runner, you need to: 1) eat right, 2) lose extra body fat, (3) not smoke and avoid heavy drinking, (4) get adequate sleep, and (5) exercise often. Read on to learn more about Hal Higdon's running tips.
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Many triathletes are happy to hammer out their swim, bike and run sessions, but completely neglecting strength and conditioning work drastically increases their risk of injury.
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When it comes to planning your season for a key race in the latter part of the year, one of the key points is longevity. Make sure you build a foundation that will allow you to make it to the end of the season.
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All tools have their limitations. For TSS and IF, one of the limitations is accurately quantifying the training load associated with High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
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In triathlon, or any sport for that matter, consistency is key. But it’s hard to have consistently good workouts when your fitness isn’t where it would normally be once you’re back in good form.
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Proper, consistent core training helps to create efficient movement patterns and also improves the efficiency of your time in the gym.
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The early season is a great time for swimmers to go back to basics and clean up their freestyle techniques.
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Slouching is a recipe for sleepy glute syndrome, tight hamstrings and iliotibial bands, and rotator cuff issues.
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