Plyometrics for triathlon training Whether you race cross triathlon or Ironman, you should be using plyometrics for triathlon training. A beginner to advanced triathlon training program should include some plyometrics to improve form, economy, and durability, and a functional strength program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7xTJqbaMwY Plyometrics for triathlon training benefits include: Greater durability/injury resistance Eccentric overloading helps with […]
Here is advice on how to run faster.
I submitted this article to be published in Her Sports magazine in January of 2007. Might be useful for some of you starting to plan your own season in the coming weeks… 1. I’m a triathlete and want to become faster in the cycling leg. I have a sprint tri coming up in a month. How can
I have a history of being a swimmer, then a runner, then a cyclist, and finally a triathlete. Years of training have added up to good fitness for a triathlete, but along the way I lost some of my form as a runner. Without good technique for any sport, you will be less successful, thus,