Tag Archives: strength training

Best HIIT Workouts for Triathletes 🏋🏽‍♀️

Triathletes are lazy! What? Yes, we tend to get in the grind of long, slow distance workouts, and tend not to get into our phosphagen energy (i.e.: anaerobic) system, which is engaged when doing maximum intensity for 3-30 seconds. I was just talking with a coach at The Tribe about how triathletes tend not to

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Triathletes & “Season of Improvement”

Here we are in and it is the beginning of December. You may have started your off season in September. Heck, maybe you even started it two weeks ago after Ironman Arizona. Regardless, every triathlete needs to take some time away from the norm and I think as triathletes, we tend to forget about it.

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Core Work For Triathletes ☺️

Let us begin by fixing a very common misconception. Your core is not limited to your abdominal muscles. Your glutes, back, obliques, and many other muscles are a part of your core. Together, they represent the most important group of muscles in your body. Why is my Core so Important? You have likely been advised

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Strength Train Your Mind 🏋🏼

Definition of STRENGTH: The quality or state of being strong: Capacity for exertion or endurance. (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/strength) If you have been following me for a while, you probably realize how much I LOVE STRENGTH and what it does for the human body. As a coach, when I have given my athletes a strength program specific for triathletes,  I

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On Season: Strength Training 🏋🏼 & the Triathlete 🏃🏽

This vlog post was SO popular in 2017, that honestly, I had to repost it and share with you all this week, especially as you are heading into your triathlon season.  I think some of the hardest things to do for triathletes is to figure out how to maintain it all: swim, bike, run and

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