How much and what should an endurance athlete drink during training and competition? The answer has varied considerably over the years. For example, the Oxford University rowing crew of 1860 were restricted to no more than two pints of fluid daily. In 1909, a w
Fueling for Endurance Sports by Douglas Bush With all that is written about nutrition is has become increasingly difficult to decipher what is good to eat and the foods it might be best to stay away from. There basic strategies that we can use to help prepare for training, maintain in
By Douglas Bush for Inside Triathlon Training at the proper intensity while swimming, biking, and running is one of the key elements in improving athletic performance and staying injury free. Often times many athletes subscribe to the theory harder is always better mentality during wo
In honor of those running Boston on Monday, here is some great advice on how to have your worst race day yet. New duds make the race: Here are some more useful tips that you won’t get from the ‘experts’. Buy a new pair of shoes for the race. They will be taking pictures and you don’t
Reem Jishi Joins the Endurancefactor coaching team! Reem spent several years as both a practicing attorney and competitive triathlete and cyclist. Alomg with her many certifications, Reem also understands the challenge of balancing a demanding career with serious multisport training.
With all that is written about nutrition is has become increasingly difficult to decipher what is good to eat and the foods it might be best to stay away from. There basic strategies that we can use to help prepare for training, maintain intensity during the workouts, and to help reco
Developed for youth, this clinic is de-signed as both an introduction to the challenge and fun of completing a triathlon and the specific skills necessary to complete the event safely and quickly! A main focus is also to give the kids who have entered the Hightstown Kids Triathlon a p