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Proper Run Form and Mechanics

Written by Lisa Roberts, American Long Course Professional Triathlete and TriSports Elite Team Member Is there a perfect running style?  Unfortunately, the answer to that simple question isn’t all that simple or clearly defined. So…

It is Never Too Late to Start

Written by Christine Clayton, Late Bloomer Triathlete Nothing like picking up a new sport in your 50s…much less three new sports all at the same time, but that's exactly what I did. At the age of 53, I signed up to do an Olympic in…

Open Water Swim Safety

Written by Kevin Koskella and Chris Hague, Coaches at Tri Swim Coach Open water swimming can be scary. Cold. Jarring. Frustrating. And in some cases, dangerous. If you feel anxiety bubbling up as you stand on the lake or ocean…

Mountain Biking for Dummies: Suspension

Written by James Haycraft Now that we’ve had ourselves a chance to explore the dipping-your-toe-into-the-mountain-bike-world level of research in our previous post (Mountain Biking for Dummies: The Frame), we can begin to delve into…

Pro Insider with Lisa Roberts

Interview with Lisa Roberts, Professional Triathlete Professional triathlete Lisa Roberts has been competing in the sport for over 15 years, professionally for the last eight years. Her triathlon career took root after a solid…

Plan for a Stress-free Triathlon Weekend

Written by Keri Ouellette, TriSports Ambassador Athlete The opportunity to travel and experience new places in a unique way is one of the greatest aspects of multi-sport racing, however, traveling with all the extra tools, gear and…

A Spectator’s Guide to Triathlon

Written by Nate Deck, Field Test Expert and TriSports Ambassador Team Athlete Beginner triathletes spend many hours learning the ins and outs of the sport. They swim, bike, and run. They research and buy new toys gear. They learn the…

Strength Training As Injury Prevention

Written by Jesse Vondracek, NSCA CSCS and Professional Triathlete We have all been there, diagnosed with some sort of “overuse” injury. We’re told the best thing to do is nothing in order to let it heal properly. I would like to…