This week's ROKA swim workout of the week is going to be a recovery and technique-focused session, because that's kind of my specialty when it comes to swimming (at least, the recovery part is!) The focus of this workout is keeping your mind engaged in what your body is doing, which does not always
As triathletes, our goal is to swim, bike, and run as fast as possible for the given distance. Even if you're not worried about going fast and you're just out there to have fun, you will enjoy the experience a whole lot more if you are well trained and able to run well off the bike. In order to run
This week's workout is a physical and mental challenge meant to be done on the Computrainer. I would suggest doing it at least a week or two before a focus race. The longer LT intervals mimic a race, and should help build your confidence that you can keep digging for more during the bike leg of
Face it, it happens to all of us. The nasty 'I' word: injury. Unless you're a superhuman freak of nature, then you've been there at some point. And your injury might lie anywhere on this spectrum of pain. And it might be defined in any number of ways: medical, nagging, chronic, debilitating...
Are you a highly motivated athlete? Does your training leave you fatigued, mentally and physically? Do you want to have fun while also becoming a great athlete? If you answered yes to these questions, listen up, cause this recovery pool workout is just what you need. If you are new to triathlon,
This week's workout of the week is a perfect one to do as you're transitioning from base training (or post-race recovery) to a race-specific training block. It takes just an hour and wakes up your legs to remember lactate threshold pace. It is a great workout, but is not so challenging that you
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