Entries by William Dyson

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Aqua Jogging – What to Do When You Can’t Run

Learn about aqua jogging and how it can keep you going Running is a critical component of all training plans and its one-third of triathlon. It’s also the leading recreational and competitive sport that results in some form of injury. This includes sprains, plantar fasciitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, stress fracture, etc. and they happen to […]

What All Triathletes Should Know to Hydrate Better

Learn to hydrate better with these 5 tips for triathletes Water is the ultimate hydration for athletes, although it shouldn’t be your only hydration. You lose essential minerals when you sweat. Ensure you’re consuming enough electrolytes to replace what you lose. During physical activities like swimming, cycling, and running, dehydration can be a huge problem […]

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5 Ways Weather Affects Run Performance

Weather affects run performance, especially if you’re not prepared Triathletes deal with different weather year-round while running. Mother Nature can be a force if you’re caught off guard. Weather affects run performance, especially in extreme conditions. Make sure you know about the ways in which weather affects run performance so you can adjust accordingly. Understanding […]

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The Importance of Balance Training and 4 Helpful Exercises

4 exercises for triathletes that highlight the importance of balance training If you are an athlete, then you know about the importance of balance training. Balance allows you to stay upright, generate power, and maintain your momentum. Balance is especially important for triathletes. See how important balance will be on race day when you build […]

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4 Reasons for Taking Advantage of Rest Days

Take advantage of rest days and speed up your recovery process When training for a triathlon, the last thing you probably want to hear is that you need rest days. But rest days are crucial to your recovery. Not resting can actually get in the way of your success. Your body needs time to recover […]

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How to Prepare for Your First 70.3 Distance Triathlon

Execute your plan for a successful first 70.3 distance triathlon If you love shorter triathlons and are looking for a new challenge, then make your next goal a 70.3 distance triathlon. The 70.3, also known as half, stands for the total number of miles you’ll complete. This includes 1.2 miles swimming, 56 miles cycling, and […]

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2021 Kerrville Triathlon Festival Opens Registration

Now’s the time to take advantage of Special Launch Pricing for the 2021 Kerrville Triathlon Registration is open for the 2021 Kerrville Triathlon Festival, also known as The Most Scenic Triathlon in Texas. The popular destination triathlon is produced by High Five Events. It’ll celebrate its 10th anniversary on September 25-26th, in Kerrville, Texas. In […]

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Increase Your Run Mileage with these Tips

Build your endurance and become a better runner when you increase your run mileage It’s been said that running is addictive. It’s also the final leg of triathlon, when you’re most exhausted. We want to go fast, push the boundaries, and better our overall time. Running longer distances is one way to learn about mental […]

How to Stay Motivated on the Indoor Trainer

Crush your rides on the indoor trainer and stay motivated with this advice Indoor trainers are a great way to stay fit and on top of your training. You can catch up on your favorite show, keep an eye on the kids, or avoid cycling in inclement weather. Using your indoor trainer is a great […]

Why Triathletes Should Work on Bike Skills

Improve as a cyclist and ride as safely as possible when you master these bike skills It is not “just riding a bike.” Everyday bike skills will not make you a better cyclist, but they can provide the foundation for you to improve. For triathletes, you can’t take advantage of speed if you don’t master […]