Transition like a Pro

“Transition begins with the set-up and it’s very important to keep it clean and simple.” Transition is where races can be “Won or Lost”.  Fast and efficient, will cost little energy and stress.  Practise-Practise-Practise!   Video from the four-time XTERRA world champion Conrad Stolz. In the video below, he shows how to transition from the…

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Holds accreditation as Development Coach: Tony Brady (TA1837)  Development Coach-Proffessional:  Certificate of Currency – 2017/2018 Exercise isn’t just about helping out your health down the road, and it’s certainly not just about vanity. What you do in the gym (or on the roads, in the ocean, etc.) makes you a better, higher-performing person outside of it….

A pencil saved my life

Ways to Think More Obliquely, a range of thinking strategies to explore a challenge in new ways. These strategies are always great to have in your toolkit when exploring a new project.

Recovery – The Secret Weapon In Training?

The triathlon world has gone recovery crazy. Over the past 10 years, recovery has gone from something you only thought about when you were tired to an essential and integral aspect of every training session, every day, all year round. First it was massage. Every triathlete started scheduling a regular massage as part of his or her…

Coaching and Mentoring Older Triathletes

Coaching and Mentoring Older Triathletes There’s no two ways about it: getting older means a number of things will have to change about how you approach training, racing and recovery. Here I shares some top tips and advice. Sadly, for the vast majority of the population, getting the recommended 150 minutes of cardiovascular exercise per week…

Mind to Restore Your Body

Use Your Mind to Restore Your Body After a Run. Hanging out in nature, with friends, or in a happy place helps you recover faster. After a race or hard workout, our bodies can be pretty out of whack. Cortisol, a hormone that’s released when we’re under duress, floods our systems. And our beat-up muscles,…

How Exercise Shapes You, beyond the Gym

When I first started training for marathons a little over ten years ago, my coach told me something I’ve never forgotten: that I would need to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. I didn’t know it at the time, but that skill, cultivated through running, would help me as much, if not more,…

TI Swimming Videos

Thousands of TI swimmers have discovered these qualitative goals are not only realistic, but—when used as daily guidelines—improve your chances of realizing any speed, distance, or technique goal.

Nutrition

Training for three separate disciplines can take up a lot of time and can put a large strain on an athlete’s energy reserves.

As most triathletes train five to seven days a week, often twice a day, it is important that they adopt eating strategies that promote recovery and maximise energy

Body Fat Measurement

How to Measure body fat percentage-CHEAPLY & EFFECTIVELY

1/ How to measure your body fat with a fat calliper.
2/ How to calculate body fat percentage
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Why the FIRST ‘Run Less, Run Faster’ Method Doesn’t Work

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ll know that I don’t have a “one-size-fits-all” approach to training. I believe each runner is an experiment of one and proper training needs to take each individual’s strengths, weaknesses and limitations into account to be effective. That said, I do believe there are a few universal…

A Weekly Template for Older Athletes

Remember, your primary goal is to maintain as many physical qualities as possible. For that reason, you should use as many different movements as possible every time you train. If you don’t use a movement pattern for a while, you’ll find getting it back as you age is far tougher than it was in your…