Enduring The Heat With Nuun

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Moving from Chicago to Phoenix can be pretty shocking for anyone. Especially an endurance athlete arriving in the hot desert in May, just in time for the valley’s hottest months of the year. Coming out of the Winter and Spring the 57°F felt very pleasant when leaving Chicago, three days later when arriving in Phoenix…

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Cupcakes with Cal – Angela Naeth

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Callum Millward interviews the North American Ironman National Champion, Angela Naeth.  

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Endurance Hour #132, Luke Tyburski, The Ultimate Triathlon: Morocco to Monaco

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Endurance Hour Podcast #132 In this episode a special guest, Luke Tyburski joins Dave from London to talk Ultramarathon Running in Nepal, Natural Food Cooking, his Ultimate Triathlon challenge in October (2000 km in 12 days) and much, much more.

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11 Triathlon Training Mistakes that Triathletes Make

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Have you ever wondered why triathlon training sometimes never seems to make you faster? Perhaps you’re at a plateau, or even seeing increasingly worse race times or performances. Maybe you just wrapped up the last season, and you simply feel like you didn’t perform as well as you could have. If this describes you, then…

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Endurance Hour Video Podcast #128

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Endurance Hour Podcast #128 In this episode Dave and Roger talk lens choices for sunglasses, how often you should change your helmet, on-course hydration, professional athlete sponsorship money, racing weight, mental strength vs. excuses.        

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Reduce Inflammation with Sweet Or Tart Cherries

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  For a decade or more I would read studies that listed the amazing benefits of eating or drinking the juice from Montmorency cherries, aka tart, sour or pie cherries. At the same time, up here in Washington State, every summer we had these amazing sweet cherries all over the place, however the research all…

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Endurance Hour Podcast #127: Living Gluten Free and More

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Endurance Hour Podcast #127 In this episode Dave and Roger kick off 2015 with an update on the last few months, what’s ahead for 2015, living gluten free, personal racing plans this season and lots of other stuff.      

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The Powerful Healing Properties of Beet Juice

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  The benefits of making fresh beet juices are numerous.  We feel it’s the best root vegetable for cleansing the liver/gall bladder. High in nutrients, this overlooked root which spends its entire life underground until it comes to the table. It is not only a liver cleanser and blood builder, but contains antioxidant properties, as…

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Winter Favorites GIVEAWAY ($900 Value)

  Winter has made it’s way here, and while we miss the summer, we also love the smell of pumpkin spice in the air and training runs in the snowy wonderland! And to celebrate winter, The Tri Hub is having a BIG BLOWOUT giveaway! Thanks to our generous contributors this whole giveaway is valued at $900,…

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Conscious Fueling for Faster Recovery & Increased Performance

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It’s a no-brainer that putting the time into your training will get you to increase your performance on race day. But what about putting the time and effort into your daily nutrition? Fueling for your training sessions doesn’t just extend to taking in the right amount of calories during your workout. Eating food that will make you…

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