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Triathlon’s Fourth Discipline: Recovery

Surprisingly, doing less can actually mean you’re accomplishing more. Many endurance athletes, especially those just starting out, have a "no-pain, no-gain" attitude when it comes to training. I subscribed...
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The Marathoner’s Guide to Triathlons

You've conquered 26.2, now it's time to train for a tri. Amber, our triathlon blogger explains how she made the transition and spills need-to-know tips so you can, too! So you’ve run 26.2 miles. Now what?...

The Three-Trimester Triathlete

Our newest blogger is training for two! Once upon a time I ran like the wind blew and cycled with drive and determination, laughing in the face of a stiff offshore headwind and all the snowbird traffic. I...
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How to Train for Your First Triathlon

Train for your first triathlon with the help of our new blogger, Amber!  Welcome to FN's new triathlon training series! Over the next few months, Amber, our go-to tri training guru, will be sharing her...
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7 Hydration Tips to Crush Your Competition

Did you know that modest dehydration, which is equal to a body mass loss of just two percent, can decrease your athletic performance by up to six and a half percent?  Adequate hydration is the one of the...