We asked Chris McCormack, who is a self-confessed triathlon and endurance sports geek, what are his Top 10 Must-Watch Races.
ENVE 3.4s are the lightweight wheels you never knew you wanted.
After spending the European Winter training and racing in Europe I am facing an uncertain trip and arrival back into the UK.
With so many mixed messages about nutrition before training sessions, it is not surprising that it can be confusing knowing what the best plan of attack is. So, is training fasted a good idea? Check out the ins and outs below.
It is a strange time in the world, and athletes in countries affected by the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) are starting to see it affect our usual modes of training.
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a global concern. Check out some general info and guidelines for endurance athletes.
The hunt for a viable non wrist-based method for swim tracking has remained elusive -- until FORM Goggles came into the picture.
MX Endurance wrapped up our first ever Super Camp in Phuket in March, with athletes from all over the world congregating in what is one of the most ideal training locations for triathlon.
For most people who come into triathlon, the swim is the biggest fear, without question. To overcome a fear of anything, you just need to get confident.
The more in tune I am with my body, the better I can hit the effort prescribed even without looking at the numbers. And it is that ability to feel and understand how your body is going that could be your biggest strength in a race situation.
Recovering from a stomach bug with a race on the horizon? Here's how you can best top up everything you've lost.
"I'm flying in from Europe to race in Asia. How should I prepare when I arrive?"Many times an athlete will prepare for the race of their lives, only to mess it up by doing too much just before the race.
"I was struggling to lose body fat rather than weight. My weight goes down very easily but making sure I am losing fat and not muscle mass is something I struggled with."
What can you do when you can’t train any harder but want to keep improving?
Long-distance racing is a battle of attrition, with the win often going not to the one who goes out fastest, but to the one who slows down the least. Strength rather than pure speed is key to success in triathlon, says four-time triathlon world champion Chris McCormack.
The Imposter complex is a feeling of not belonging, of being a fraud, undeserving of success or attributing your successes as fluke or luck, with the fear that your peers will find out how inadequate you really are.
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We all wish we had more time to train. It seems to be one of the biggest issue that age group athletes face, finding the time to fit their training in with the demands of work and family. So how do different people manage to do it?
What makes a great race? A close tight battle between two or three athletes or a long term rivalry between some of the biggest names in the sport?
Training for a triathlon takes up a large portion of time and requires the athlete to perform a calculated juggle to squeeze training in with work and family time.
In an effort to become better endurance athletes, we dedicate a great deal of time to training and racing at a level which continually stresses our bodies. Let’s take a look at what causes fatigue, how to recognize it and most importantly, how to deal with it.
The idea that more is always better is probably one of the most dangerous ideas in endurance sports!