What the 2016 Age-Group Triathlon Nationals Meant to Me
Dr. Steve Jonas Sept. 27, 2016
I have been lucky enough to have been able to go to a number of triathlon national championships, beginning with St. Joseph, Missouri in 1999.
The Importance of Ritual
Anthony Brown Sept. 26, 2016
Having a ritual can help you perform better and reduce stress on race day.
Vinyasa Yoga for Swimmers
Gary Hall Sr. Sept. 26, 2016
Yoga is one of the best forms of dry land training for swimmers. It improves flexibility, helps reduce the chance of injury, builds strength and stamina and improve breathing.
The Recovery Meal Dreams Are Made Of
Allie Burdick Sept. 22, 2016
This nutrient-dense stew packs everything your working muscles need after a hard effort with the taste your senses will crave as the temperatures start to drop.
Finding the Bridge Between Athlete and Father
Dennis Law Sept. 20, 2016
After competing in several local sprint triathlons, two 70.3 triathlons and becoming a finisher at IRONMAN Wisconsin in 2014, I, Dennis Law, father of four, found a compelling need to continue developing my love for the sport, both individually and within my home and community.
Easy, Quick Meals Young Athletes Can Cook on Their Own
Kate Davis Sept. 20, 2016
Great meal options can be created in a short time with little cooking expertise. As long as the ingredients are there, the feat is easy.
Coming Back Stronger From a Running Injury
Tricia Davis Sept. 18, 2016
If you are a triathlete or runner, having someone tell you that you need to stop running due to an injury is worse than just about anything you can imagine.
The Art and Science of Peaking
Christopher Breen Sept. 13, 2016
It's your goal to toe line the line of a race in peak physical and mental condition. However, many athletes race far too many races in a given season to be able to achieve peak fitness for each race.
Why a Strong Freestyle Kick Really Matters
Gary Hall Sr. Sept. 13, 2016
There is more to a strong kick than flexibility. Gary Hall Sr. explains why a strong freestyle kick really matters.
Brooke Schohl Sept. 12, 2016
Serving sizes can be misleading, and there's probably some room for improvement in your own diet. Keep these tips in mind when selecting a snack or meal.