Castle Rock Mini Incline

I recently visited my favorite little loop of a trail in Colorado, the Castle Rock mini incline. If you want a fun and challenging workout, check out the Challenge Staircase in Castle Rock, CO. Also know as the Mini Incline, … Continued

Swimming for Runners

Swimming for Runners Swimming is an excellent form of exercise for runners, whether it’s for cross training in your off-season, as an active recovery day workout, or to keep up your fitness when injured. It’s a non-impact form of exercise … Continued

Add Variety To Your Triathlon Off-Season

  Last week we talked about becoming a better triathlete in the off-season. This week, let’s discuss ways you can add variety to your triathlon off-season. Give trail running or mountain biking a try! Now is a great time to … Continued

The Triathlon Off-Season is Where You Become a Better Athlete

It’s the time of year that triathlon is not taking the main stage, giving you the opportunity to shift your focus. This shift in focus helps by giving you a mental break so that you start next season fresh and … Continued

Time Effective Strength Training for Triathletes

We swim, bike, run, do yoga, pilates, stretch… The list almost seems endless! So how do we find the time to include strength training into our routine? Is there such a thing as time effective strength training for triathletes? Strength … Continued

Why Cooling Down After a Workout is Important

If you’ve read about dynamic warm-ups, you know how important it is to include it in your routine. But a discussion about warm-ups wouldn’t be complete without including talk about stretching and cooling down after a workout. A warm-up prepares … Continued