The Visalia Triathlon Club encourages our members to:
It’s so important to understand your calorie needs. Especially if you are trying to lose weight, you need to dial in your nutrition and be aware of everything that goes into your body!
Training for a triathlon is easier than you might think—even if you currently have zero fitness. Yes, that's right, with no current fitness you can be ready to do your first triathlon in only 12 weeks. And you don't have to give up your life, or your bank account, to make it happen. Here's how to train for a triathlon when starting from scratch:
This is the time of the year where the triathlete must begin to construct a game plan to have a successful season. Without this game plan, an athlete will not attain the performance they are looking for. Adhere to the tips in this article to make this season your best yet.
You have all read that strength training is a positive element for triathletes to implement. The question is what type of strength work is going to maximize triathlon fitness? From P90x to Crossfit to Yoga and Pilates to "functional" strength, we can get a big confused as to what specific program can best fit the needs of our sport. This article will give you some key principles to look for when deciding on a strength program.