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 the techniques I engage to build strength so that you too can accelerate your progress as a triathlete.

The fastest athlete on the day is the one who can hold their form under duress. This means their form doesn’t break down as much as everyone else competing on that day. Not all of us have the ability to win the race, but we do all have one ambition in common and that is getting faster and achieving new personal bests.

You can download the full article here: Strength to Strength