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Becoming a Triathlete in 5 Steps

How to Train for a Triathlon – Becoming a Triathlete in 5 Steps

Are you looking for a multisport challenge? Try a triathlon, which incorporates running, cycling, and swimming in a single race. While the thought of a triathlon sounds intimidating at first, the event has a reputation for being welcoming and supporting beginners. In this post, we’ll guide you on how to train for a triathlon so you…

How to choose the best triathlon watch

Best Triathlon Watches

Are you looking to energize your workout routine? Get a triathlon watch. These watches are different from fitness trackers and have tons of features that can help you stay fit. A triathlon watch can track your heart rate underwater and motivate you into putting extra effort into your training. If you have been practicing just one sport…

Best Triathlon Running Shoes

Besides their aesthetic quality, shoes serve the purpose of maintaining your weight balance. Most people are injured while running. Hard to believe, right? When we exert more than usual pressure on our feet, we stretch our toe muscles. Without proper gear for running, you might hurt yourself before the triathlon begins. So, here are a few tips on how…

Cycling Shoes

Best Triathlon Bike Shoes

Getting the right pair of triathlon bike shoes for your triathlon racing competitions is just as important as getting the bike itself. While you can use your regular road cycling shoes for triathlons, racing shoes will help you pedal better and allow you to get in and out of transition quickly.   Specialized triathlon shoes…

Best Swimming Goggles for Triathlons

While training plays the most vital role in determining a triathlete’s performance, the quality of their gear can also help boost it. Therefore, aside from building up strength and endurance through practice, triathletes are also particular about their choice of swimsuit, caps, and goggles.   Swimming goggles play an important role in keeping a swimmer on…

Best Triathlon Helmets

When participating in a triathlon, you need to wear the recommended safety gear. In this regard, triathlon bike helmets are the most noticeable safety types of equipment you can wear. However, there are plenty of helmets to choose from, and it often gets confusing picking out the best triathlon helmet. Therefore, we have created a…

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Best Triathlon Bags

Preparing for a triathlon is no walk in the park. Besides just the physical preparations, you also have to make sure you’re logistically well prepared and have everything you’ll need on the way. If you’re new to triathlons or just need some expert advice on the best triathlon bags, then you’re on the right page.  …

Socks for cycling

Best Triathlon Socks

Blaze through your next triathlon with the best socks for triathletes! You may not need the socks for the swimming part, but you will definitely need them during the run and cycling to keep your feet dry and comfortable through the competition.   In this blog, we cover some of the best triathlon socks that…

Best Triathlon Sunglasses

While not as central as wetsuits and shoes, sunglasses are still an important part of a triathlete’s gear. After all, sunglasses protect your vision, which is critical to your success. Whether it’s the sunlight in your eyes or the debris flying into your face, sunglasses protect you during two components of the triathlon.   However, with…

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Best Triathlon Wetsuits

A good triathlon suit is an investment most triathletes consider making at one point. Sure, you can participate in a triathlon with a regular wetsuit, but you can’t expect to be comfortable or even win the marathon. Regular wetsuits are made for casual diving or boogies boarding. They don’t sustain complex and repetitive hand movements. So,…

Triathlon Transition Packing for Beginners

How to Pack a Triathlon Transition Bag

There’s nothing worse than stuffing your triathlon essential gear into a small duffel bag only to find out minutes before the race that you forgot to pack your tri suit. A triathlon transition bag is a purpose-built bag that allows you to strategically pack all your race-day essentials in one place. However, most newbie triathletes don’t know…

Everything You Need to Know About Fitting a Triathlon Bike

How to Fit a Triathlon Bike

An improper bike fit can cause you to develop pain in your body, especially in the lower back and knee. Your bike fit is one of the most important aspects of success in a triathlon. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned cyclist, you must learn how to fit a triathlon bike.   A triathlon bike…

Everything You Need to Know About Triathlon Recovery

How to Recover After a Triathlon

Congratulations! You just finished your first triathlon and probably can’t feel your legs anymore. With broken muscles, a severe calorie/fluid deficit, and a weak immune system, it’s time for recovery. And no, a well-earned meal and rest only won’t cut it.  Triathlon recovery includes several methods, both nutritional and physical. So read on to learn how…

Conquering the Swimming Stage of a Triathlon

How to Swim in a Triathlon

People wanting to participate in a triathlon usually bottle out because of the swimming leg. After all, the swim remains the most dangerous leg in the sport because open water poses the greatest threat to an exhausted triathlete. Racers are at risk of drowning due to cramps or exhaustion. This is why learning how to swim…

Triathlon Transition for beginners

How to Transition in a Triathlon

Triathlon transitions have similar effects to the feeling of knowing you have to take the last exit after 10 miles to reach work on time but forgetting to turn when the exit arrives. Stress, anger, disappointment, and panic levels go through the roof as you reroute and drive around like a headless chicken. Most newbie triathletes…