Participation in triathlons is at an all-time high, following unprecedented growth over the last decade, according to Team USA Triathlon.
Run & Race The longer you go, the easier it gets
Running in the city or in the gym can get very boring after a few miles. This is where trails come in. Change your running environment and make it more fun and challenging by going swapping out hard asphalt for softer ground, which is easier on the legs anyways.
If you have the time, taking on 100-mile ultramarathons and double Ironman-distance triathlons will put you in the prestigious category of a strong and brave superhuman.
Triathlons can be intimidating. Overcoming initial fear of open water swimming is just one reason why you should try it.
It’s that time of the year, the leaves are changing colors, the weather is getting cooler and people are trading in their tank tops for long sleeves. This is the best time to be a runner, the weather is just right and it makes you want to jump up and head outdoors.
Days are shorter and temperatures are lower. Some people can use this as the perfect excuse to stay home, which would be a mistake.