Tips, training & nutrition

Make Fall Work For You

The fall can be an awkward time of year for many triathletes. Your A priority race is likely in the books, but the weather is still warm enough for some great training sessions. If you use this time to your advantage you can make winter, and the following spring one of your best. Here are…

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Triathlon Minute, Episode 70 – Swim Paddles, Yes There is a Technique

D3 Multisport is proud to release the video series, “The Triathlon Minute”. Invest 1 minute each Friday and you may learn something you didn’t know. Are you certain you are using your swim paddles correctly? Coach Dave breaks it down for you in this week’s video tip. Listen in and double check your technique. Interested…

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Better Swimming Through Better Breathing

It is widely accepted that the best tool on the market for competitive swimming is the Swimmer’s Snorkel, also known as the center-mount snorkel. The testimonials at the highest level are innumerable. I have a personal recollection going back to the Summer Olympics in 2004. Every member of the United States Olympic Swim Team brought…

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Athlete of the Month, September 2014 – Amanda McNulty

Amanda McNulty broke through this season stepping up to full-distance racing with not one, but two Ironmans — Texas and Boulder. Her winter training was challenged by two address changes (with two varied climates). Lots of synergy with the number two for Amanda! She and her husband Tim ended up in Scottsdale, Arizona. Through the…

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Triathlon Minute, Episode 69 – Foam Roller Recovery

D3 Multisport is proud to release the video series, “The Triathlon Minute”. Invest 1 minute each Friday and you may learn something you didn’t know. It seems simple; add foam rolling to your routine and you’ll recover faster. But, that additional step can seem unnecessary. Coach Jim Hallberg shares key reasons why you should take…

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The Training Matrix

The most commonly asked question of any triathlon coach is ‘How do I get faster?’ Pretty simple question, but there is no simple answer, unfortunately. As I begin to work with athletes and help them move toward their goals, I ask them two basic questions: 1. How much time do you have to train? 2….

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Triathlon Minute, Episode 68 – Considerations for Off-Season Training

D3 Multisport is proud to release the video series, “The Triathlon Minute”. Invest 1 minute each Friday and you may learn something you didn’t know. Should you train through your off-season? Should you shift toward another sport? What about recovery time? In this week’s tip, Coach Simon shares his thoughts on what you should focus…

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Triathlon Minute, Episode 67 – Pros of a Power Meter

D3 Multisport is proud to release the video series, “The Triathlon Minute”. Invest 1 minute each Friday and you may learn something you didn’t know. Coach Dave explains the advantages of a Power Meter … it’s real time data! If you like our videos please share them!

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Triathlon Minute, Episode 66 – Check Your Gear

D3 Multisport is proud to release the video series, “The Triathlon Minute”. Invest 1 minute each Friday and you may learn something you didn’t know. It’s hard to hear when an athlete shares that after their race, they realized that their tire was rubbing on their brakes, or that a screw from their sunglasses arm…

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Weak and Lightheaded – It’s Not Always Dehydration

Congratulations to all the athletes who participated in the recent inaugural Boulder Ironman. I am happy to report that I personally did not have to race in the Ironman, and I feel great. However, my adventure as one of the medical directors treating athletes in the medical tent was a spectacle of its own. So,…

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