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“The best athlete is made during the offseason” ~ Unknown What sets apart a newbie and a seasoned triathlete is the focus on the little aspects. A completely natural and involuntary action like breathing, if not done correctly, can actually pose a serious challenge in the water.      The technical aspect of breathing both during […]


The adrenaline rush you feel when you finish your first Ironman Triathlon is intense, but it certainly wades off after a while, and you start thinking what’s next? You start looking for a bigger and better challenge that lets you test your endurance like never before. A little planning goes a long way here. Organize […]


The Paratriathlon is a variant of triathlon that is specifically designed for athletes with physical disabilities. It is governed by the International Triathlon Union (ITU), and was first held at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Paratriathlons comprise swim, bike and run legs like triathlons do. Then what sets them apart from […]

Winter Triathlon Training – How to Make Your Off-Season Count

The off-season for triathletes is here and you are left with a significant amount of time before your next triathlon. You might decide to continue with your regular training routine if you live in warmer climates. Or, you might be absolutely frustrated that you can’t train because of all the snow! But you know what? […]


While most triathletes consider winter as a time to rest, many are gearing up for winter triathlon races that involve running, mountain biking and cross-country skiing rather than the usual swim-bike-run triathlon event. Winter triathlon is, in fact, a sport authorized by the International Triathlon Union. It began in the year 1980, but did not […]

Hydration Tips for Triathletes You Can’t Afford to Miss

If you think hydration hoopla is overrated and it just means drinking a sufficient amount of water to quench your thirst and keep your body temperature under control, then we are sorry to burst your bubble. Being dehydrated by a mere 2% of your body weight can mean an increased level of fatigue, lower mental […]

Fuelling Your Body the Right Way for Your Next Triathlon

Fuelling Your Body the Right Way for Your Next Triathlon

One major contributor to fatigue is dehydration and carbohydrate diminution. Whereas the major cause of low performance in endurance races lasting more than 30 minutes are gastrointestinal problems, hyperthermia, and hyponatremia, which are as dangerous as they sound. However, the good news is it can easily be managed with the right nutritional plan that talks […]

5 Reasons to Compete in An Early Season Triathlon

As winter wanes and days begin to get longer and warmer, it won’t be long until triathletes across the world begin stretching their legs for triathlon glory. After the long break, taking part in an early season race can give you that extra edge for the coming season. Triathlon events  are challenging and a head […]

8 Must-Do Triathlons for Your Bucket List

Every triathlete dream of toeing the line at Ironman World Championship at Kona, Hawaii. After all, it’s where it all started and where we all aim to reach. However, only a few dreams manifest into reality. And for all the others, who wish to experience the tough terrains and beautiful landscapes to test their endurance […]

15 Essential Items for Your Triathlon Race Bag

The very thought of a triathlon race can bring in excitement and stress, and it is quite natural to be forgetful under stress. Forgetting an important piece of triathlon gear or accessories can cost you time and effort during the event. To avoid the last-minute hassle, we have compiled a list of 15 must-haves that […]

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