Trismarter Head Coach, Lee Gardner is writing about why all triathletes need to run the 5k over on Trifuel. Here’s an excerpt from the article: I was recently reminded, quite painfully in fact, about why running the 5k is an important distance or event for triathletes to spend time focusing on. My reminder came in [...]
Most people find renewed motivation and hope in the new year and use this to focus on improved health, which usually includes a change in diet and nutrition. A focus on weight loss is the most popular approach for good reason: being overweight or obese directly influences your risk for chronic disease. However, in an [...]
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For the triathlete looking to make improvements in his or her bike split, there are any number of ways to gain speed and reduce the amount of time getting from T1 to T2. Obviously, a smart training planning, and consistent, hard work will on cycling is a must. Improving your bike fitness and skills will lead to a faster bike split as a simple byproduct of the work you put into improvement. A new, super-aerodynamic bike, a set of deep-rimmed aero wheels, an aero helmet: All of these, and many others, might also be good choices. Spending your way to a faster bike split is certainly one option to take, and I won’t argue that not only are you buying speed, but you’re likely getting improved motivation to work harder, having just spent as much as $15-20k on the latest technology available today.
Trismarter has worked with athletes who have been diagnosed with celiac disease and / or gluten intolerance by creating meal plans that ensure they are consuming meals and snacks that provide the right amount of vitamins and minerals for an overall healthy diet and also to aid with healing and calming of the gastrointestinal tract. [...]
Key Essentials for a Personal Best Triathlon Season Trismarter Coach Lee Gardner will lead a presentation and discussion on key essentials for a personal best triathlon season. In his presentation, Coach Lee will discuss the importance of developing your training to optimize performance, including: • how to properly periodize your training, • the importance of [...]
Trismarter’s Director of Sports Nutrition, Regina Hammond, takes a closer look at a recent weight loss supplement over at Trifuel. One of the most discussed weight loss supplements on the market today is green coffee bean extract. Personalities such as Dr. Oz, and popular media have discussed promising results without actual endorsement of any specific [...]
Our good friends over at Trijuice have posted our Tri Gut Check article, which will help triathletes identify not only the causes of GI distress, but also how it can be prevented. Don’t let triathlon’s fourth discipline (nutrition) be your weakest link to achieving a personal best triathlon performance!
Improve your swimming efficiency Our pals over at Trifuel have published a swim article written by Trismarter Head Coach, Lee Gardner. The topic of the article discusses how to make your swim stroke more efficient by understanding stroke count and how to manage it. The article includes three swim workouts, including the workout listed below, [...]
Get the training fuel you need to conquer tough workouts! Our friends over at Trijuice have posted a couple of recipes for recovery shakes, designed specifically with triathletes in mind by the Trismarter Sports Nutrition Staff. These aren’t your typical fruit juice and whey protein shakes either! They’re packed full of essential vitamins, minerals, and [...]
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