4 Steps to a Faster Run

Running in triathlon differs from its single sport counterpart and because of this we need to train a little differently. The major difference between triathletes and pure runners is that triathletes start the run in an already fatigued state, which means their stride is shorter and the end of stride leg lift is lower, so […]

From Strength to Strength

As a coach of long course athletes (half and iron distance), I’m a big believer that getting strong is a prerequisite to being a successful athlete. It’s an approach I have successfully employed myself as well as with the athletes I coach. This is not an opportunity to brag, but a chance to show you […]

R4YL – Addressing Hip & Lower Back Dysfunction

Over the last few articles I have impressed upon you the importance of cause and effect and that we cannot just chase the symptoms in the hope of it reducing or eradicating our pain and dysfunction all together. You have previously learnt about three of the six areas that we believe pertain to optimal biomechanics […]

Make it Count

Reaping the benefits of focused training efforts No matter who you are or where you’re at in your triathlon journey, the major goal is always improving on your current level of performance. Kristian Manietta reveals how to break set motor patterns you may have developed over time and make your training more focused and effective. An athlete who […]

Train Smarter

Balancing The Cost of Endurance Workouts High volume, high intensity training is often seen as the best way to prepare for a triathlon, but it can come at a huge cost to your body and lifestyle and negatively impact performance in the long run. There are a number of ways you can modify your training […]

Five Tips to Better Racing and Training

Performance Enhancement Athletes are always searching for that magic session or piece of equipment to propel them to the next level, but there are five essential elements that offer more performance and health gains than all the toys in the world. You can download the full article here: 5 Tips to Better Racing and Training