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Why do Speedwork?

Posted by A.J. Nygren on 16th Feb 2018

Why do Speedwork?
Speedwork is integral if you want to put the heat on your training friends next Spring. The function of speedwork is often misunderstood. Most think that speedwork is meant to make you faster but really it makes you less fatigued at speed. Maintaining your top-end longer is going to give you a big leg-up on your first group ride/run of the season. Speedwork also gives a boost to your VO2 max which is the amount of oxygen that your body can use in a given time. More oxygen yields better per
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The Triathlete Sports Great Goggle Guide

Posted by A.J. Nygren on 14th Feb 2018

The Triathlete Sports Great Goggle Guide
At Triathlete Sports we have a mind-boggling selection of  goggles. It can be hard to choose the right one for your type of swimming, where you will be swimming, and the amount of coverage you would like on your face. This guide will help you narrow down our selection for your needs. Let us begin with the type of swimming you will be doing. We carry goggles for competition swimming, training, and open water. Each category of goggles will have its own style of fit that matches its
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Selecting a Cycling Helmet

Posted by A.J. Nygren on 6th Feb 2018

Selecting a Cycling Helmet
Cycling helmets come in many shapes and sizes. Each style has its advantages for certain purposes but all of them are designed to keep you safe in the event of an impact. At Triathlete Sports, we have a broad range of helmets to choose from. We have sturdy, basic models that are great for casual riders or commuters and we have the latest and greatest in helmet technology that will keep you cool with ultralight protection on raceday. There are a handful of factors to consider when purc
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Hoka One One Cavu and Mach Preview

Posted by A.J. Nygren on 1st Feb 2018

Hoka One One Cavu and Mach Preview
2018 is an exciting year for Hoka One One! For fans of lightweight, responsive cushioning there are two new models on the way that will have you feel like you’re flying on raceday or quick training runs. They are called the “Cavu” and the “Mach.” Both of these shoes feature an updated midsole that improves on the technology put forward in the very-popular Clayton and Clayton 2. The old midsole was called Pro2Lite and the new is called ProFly. This technology gives the heel softer foam for
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Patience

Posted by A.J. Nygren on 1st Feb 2018

Patience
Patience is a difficult thing to cultivate in ourselves but we become more well-rounded people if we can cultivate it well. Waiting for the things we want, in athletics and in regular life can be very hard to do. Whether you’re waiting for something trivial in the big picture but pressing in the present like a particularly slow line in the grocery store, or something more profound like the right person to start a relationship with. The rewards of patience are huge just as is the harm that
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