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Drills to Improve Run Form and Speed

A video by www.Vo2maxProductions.com. Some dynamic drills that help improve speed, running form, and efficiency. These exercises should be done 2-3 times a week to stimulate the proper neuromuscular pathways that will help you coordinate your gait. The dynamic aspect of these...
Posted On Jun 22 2017
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Ironman Malaysia recovery guidelines: Learn how to get back into training

By Vinnie Santana, triathlon coach, www.ironguides.net Whether you’ve just raced the full Ironman this past weekend or plan to race one soon, as soon as you cross the finish line of an Ironman, it is normal you will already start planning the next season and races you want...
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Profile: As he approaches the age of 40, Andy Potts wins Ironman 70.3 Vineman on Sunday with a 1:12:13 half marathon split

One of the most successful triathletes at all distances in history, the American Andy Potts showed last weekend, he is far from retirement. As he approaches the age of 40 years, Potts posted a 1:12:13 in the half marathon to win the Ironman 70.2 Vineman. One of the best swimmers...
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IRONMAN PERFORMANCE – Post Race Recovery

By Alun Woodward, coach at ironguides.net We are hitting mid season now and in the northern hemisphere that means a flutter of ironman events and for most of you this is the key race of the year you will have been training for. For a lot of you these races will be Kona qualifiers...
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Video: Improve your Triathlon Transition 1 (swim to bike)

ironguides.net Coach Vinnie Santana at a lecture to his athletes at the ironguides Bangkok Triathlon Club Follow usShare this article
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Ironman Cairns recovery guidelines: Learn how to get back into training

By Vinnie Santana, coach, ironguides.net Whether you’ve just raced the full Ironman this past weekend or plan to race one soon, as soon as you cross the finish line of an Ironman, it is normal you will already start planning the next season and races you want to do....
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Triathlon Training: A Beginners Guide to Triathlon Run

By Shem Leong – Singapore triathlon coach at www.ironguides.net As triathlon is viewed largely as an endurance sport, many beginner triathletes like to cover the distance of the run portion of their triathlon at an easy steady pace. While there is definitely a place for the...
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Ironman 70.3 Vietnam – Last minute advice, avoid race day mistakes

Ironman 70.3 Vietnam is ready for its second edition this coming Sunday, May 8th. Over 1.000 are expected in Danang, among them some of the world’s best such as Caroline Steffen, Luke McKenzie, Tim Reed, Tim Van Berkel, Sam Betten, Beth Gerdes, Radka Vodickova, Liz...
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Ironman Training – Navigating the Ups and Downs

By Shem Leong, Triathlon Coach in Singapore www.ironguides.net INTRODUCTION If you have ever trained or are in training for an Ironman, you will know that it is an experience like no other, especially if you are an ironguides coached athlete on a daily dose of The Method training...
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Training – Off-season: Race is over, now what?

By Vinnie Santana, coach, ironguides.net Your last race of the season is behind you and it is time to take that well deserved break. However you know how much work you put in to get to where you are right now, and if you would like to preserve most of your new fitness level, you...
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Ironman Performance – Kona

By Alun “Woody” Woodward, coach, ironguides.net Preparing for an ironman event requires a great deal of training and preparation just to get to the finish line; for some of us, though, our goals go way beyond finishing—we are looking for performance and being...
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Training the landscape

By Matt O’Halloran – Coach at Alaska Tri Aspire (Philippines) www.alaskatriaspire.ph Triathlon is a sport that requires a wide range of abilities and various training grounds to prepare on to be consistent and successful. Training in a stable, consistent and...
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