Free Speed Most Age Group Triathletes Don’t Take Advantage Of

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As triathletes we’re always looking to improve and go faster. We tend to look at how we can upgrade our gear to shave a few seconds off our total time. Or maybe we just keep increasing the intensity in our training to get more fit for race day. Both examples are effective, but many of…

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Not Just Another Triathlon: Superfrog 70.3

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Right from the check-in on Saturday this race had a different feel. Entering the secured Naval Base and driving by the guards in full military gear gave the Superfrog 70.3 experience a feeling of seriousness I have never experienced at any triathlon. The banners of fallen soldiers and their stories put things in perspective real…

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The Long Ride: Mix It Up

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There Are Two Common Types of Ironman Athletes Some like to ride their bike solo, while others prefer a group to find the support and motivation during their long rides. It is important to identify which one of the two athletes you are so that you can position yourself for optimal race performance. For example,…

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Triathlon Training With Injury

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An injury can happen to anyone, and can easily put a large dent in your training plan execution. It can be mentally challenging going into a race knowing you have missed one of the most important workouts leading up to it. So what can  you do when the damage has been already done? How do…

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4 Tips To Improve Transition From Bike To Run

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  Often times us athletes become so focused on the big picture, and sometimes overlook the little things that could help us improve our overall race experience and time. Here are some tips you can immediately start implementing into your training and racing that can help with the struggles in the early stages of the…

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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 – Helle Frederiksen

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Callum Millward interviews the 2012 Olympian, Danish professional triathlete and model, Helle Frederiksen.  

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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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Cupcakes with Cal – Sam Appleton

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Callum Millward interviews the 3 x Ironman 70.3 Champion, Sam Appleton from Sydney, Australia.        

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Endurance Hour: 2015 Ironman CDA Recap

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This week Dave and Roger recap their experience at the 2015 Ironman Coeur d’Alene plus reveal the winner of the Timex Ironman ONE GPS+ smartwatch.  

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