The transition part of a triathlon is something that concerns all athletes; especially when it comes to the bike-to-run transition (T2).
The triathlon transition is an integral part of the triathlon race. Every second counts. Especially if you’re an elite athlete! Do it right!
Triathletes start a new season full of energy, setting new goals. Let’s go over some important factors in planning your triathlon season.
Despite the demanding distance of the Ironman bike leg, with efficient cycling training, you can still achieve good performance.
Pacing can make or break a race for an athlete; let alone pacing a challenging Olympic distance Triathlon race. So, how do you do it right?
To achieve a smooth transition in triathlon legs, preparation & strategy are important in transitions between legs and at the transition area.
Τhe preparative period for a sprint triathlon doesn’t differ much from other triathlon distances, Τhe main parameters are common in all cases.
Τhe magical world of triathlon is waiting for you. Here’s what you need to know to get the most out of your sprint triathlon training — and the race itself!
In the past decades, science has changed the game in maximizing performance. Naturally, athletes who train for Ironman couldn’t fall behind!
You are an Ironman! The most prestigious status in the world, for a triathlete. Powerful emotions here. But how do you make it into a lifestyle?