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How to Blast Yourself

I thought I’d share my approach to going big in the gym. On our site, you will find a classical approach to strength training for triathlon. That approach works well,

Swim Training

Two “Go To” Swim Workouts

All athletes I know have a few “go to” workouts up their sleeves.

Mind Training

Setting Expectations: Racing After Defeat

Having a race that does not go well can take a toll on you mentally and if you’re not careful it can set you up for long term habits that are hard to break.


Three Powerful Strategies to Incorporate in Your Season Plan

While it’s always good to look back on the past with a critical eye, it is equally important to celebrate the successes — the changes that we made this year that led to some breakthrough performances.

Planning Training

Three Times You Want to See Your Little Blue Line Take a Nose Dive

Athletes who use the TrainingPeaks Performance Manager Chart effectively have a potentially huge advantage over their competition in their ability to see the big picture at a glance.


Beyond the Fatigue Curve: Bringing Lab Testing to the Field – Part I: Fat Oxidation

As regular readers will know, I’m a big fan of using fatigue curves as an indicator of the relative top end power versus submax endurance strength of an athlete.