Triathlon, Training and Fitness

News

Oct 13, 2011

Coming soon! Triathlon Strength Coach. Your personalized Strength and Conditioning Site for Endurance athletes. This site will feature training plans, weekly video blogs, and...

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Recent Articles

Maximize The Transition Phase

Sep 14, 2011

Maximize the Transition Phase   As the triathlon season comes to a close, it’s very tempting to put your bike away for several weeks or months. The sun is going down earlier...

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Strength Training

Single Leg Strength For Endurance Athletes

Aug 5, 2011

Get a Leg Up on the Competition By Tim Crowley BS, CSCS, PES Published in Tri Digest  Strength training is a hot topic among endurance athletes and coaches these days. Internet...

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Videos

Renegade Row

Sep 13, 2011

This is a good exercise for building strength through working the arms and core...

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Recent Posts

Swimming with Ankle Bands

If you are not sure what ankle band swimming is, then I can assure you you have not done a set of freestyle with the nast little band around you ankles. What makes this drill so effective, is the fact that the athlete must exhibit proper body position, a high stroke rate and effective propulsion all at the...

Goals, Passion, and Discipline

Goals, Passion, and Discipline

Oct 21, 2011

I saw this quote the other day “Discipline naturally follows passion and commitment. Where there’s a lack of discipline there’s something else in the way: fear.”, and it got me thinking.   You see this is the time of year when I spend lots of time reviewing all the data, graphs, charts and race results for the athletes I coach....

Coming This Fall TriathlonStrengthCoach.com

Coming soon! Triathlon Strength Coach. Your personalized Strength and Conditioning Site for Endurance athletes. This site will feature training plans, weekly video blogs, and custimized trainin plans. you can also follow us on face book...

Maximize The Transition Phase

Maximize The Transition Phase

Sep 14, 2011

Maximize the Transition Phase   As the triathlon season comes to a close, it’s very tempting to put your bike away for several weeks or months. The sun is going down earlier n, and the next triathlon is four to six months away, so there is a loss less urgency. WRONG. Several weeks of inactivity can require 8-to 12 weeks to regain your fitness. And if you...

Renegade Row

Renegade Row

Sep 13, 2011

This is a good exercise for building strength through working the arms and core muscles.