Good Reads for Triathletes

So you’re stuck inside…why not cozy up to a good book that will keep you entertained, engrossed, or inspired? Here are a few suggestions we think you’ll like.

Good Reads for Runners

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So you’re stuck inside…why not cozy up to a good book that will keep you entertained, engrossed, or inspired? Here are a few suggestions we think you’ll like.

Good Reads for Cyclists

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So you’re stuck inside…why not cozy up to a good book that will keep you entertained, engrossed, or inspired? Here are a few suggestions we think you’ll like.

One-Hour Workout: Endurance Isolated-Leg Set

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Being stuck at home can be a great opportunity to work on your form. This one-hour workout will round out your pedal stroke and keep you building fitness until you’re back to regular training.

Fluid and Hydration for the Athlete

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Of all the nutrients you need in your diet, water requires the most consistent replacement. Learn what dehydration’s impact on the gut is and how it can negatively affect you during exercise.

Cycling On Form’s 10 Keys to Success

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Pro cyclist Tom Danielson has developed 10 keys to cycling success that will eliminate the barriers of progression and focus your training on the things that matter.

Defining Your Goals

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In this essay from the Believe Training Journal, author Roisin McGettigan-Dumas gives some advice on how to set and define goals for your next running adventure.

Two Approaches to Food Journaling

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There are many ways to improve your diet, and many ways a food journal can help. Take inspiration from these runners who share their experience with food journaling and habit tracking from the new Sweat. Eat. Repeat. journal.

3 Weeks to Train Your Base for 5K Fitness

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Before you start an aggressive 5K training plan, you may need some prep time first. Here is a three-week schedule from Fast 5K to build your base before you dive in to your race plan.

Six Important Shoe Design Patents

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In this excerpt from Kicksology, learn about the six most influential patents that have changed running shoe design since the mid-1970s.