Tag Archives: Triathlon
Your Next Running Warmup

Your Next Running Warmup

Runners rarely if ever do much to physically prepare themselves for their daily runs other than lace up, drink some water, and head out the door. Here, we discuss a quick but incredibly effective way to dynamically warm up the hips, knees, and ankles, address our single leg balance, and improve our flexibility where we […]

Triathlon Strength: What's its purpose, and how do you define it?

Triathlon Strength: What’s its purpose, and how do you define it?

In the endurance community, our definition of strength is admittedly broad and messy. The way some people define it, any activity other than swim, bike, and run offers some kind of cross-training and “strength” benefit. But how do we know what counts and further what’s effective? In this video, we discuss strength as the physical […]

Triathlon and Strength Programming: What athlete are you?

Triathlon and Strength Programming: What athlete are you?

How do triathletes incorporate strength & conditioning and/or CrossFit training into their program? It gets tricky…especially when everyone believes that their way is the “best” way to train. We can roughly divide triathletes athletes into three categories in terms of how they would approach CrossFit and strength/conditioning. Which avenue should you be in? Well it […]

Single Leg Double Unders

Single Leg Double Unders

Double Unders with a jump rope  teach us a few important concepts around running. By driving our hips forward, and bowing ourselves into a globally extended body position, we can create an efficient jump and a soft stable landing. It’s also in this globally extended hip forward position that we create forward movement. By “bowing”, […]