Triathlon Transition
Triathlon

Triathlon Transitions: Tips for Race Day

August 2, 2017 0

Now that race season is underway, it’s time to shift some of your training focus from swimming, biking and running to triathlon’s fourth discipline –transitions. Transitions are an extremely important yet often overlooked component of […]

Yoga
Training

Mandatory Pit Stop

May 16, 2017 0

Several months ago I had scheduled a workout with my friend Carmen. Carmen is a pretty intense triathlete who never misses a workout. On this particular day, however, she was over twenty minutes late and […]

Dr. Michael Ross
Training

The Science of Speed

May 15, 2017 0

Feel free to think of The Performance Lab and Velocity Sports as a store for athletes. Only this store doesn’t have shelves stocked with Ramen – and Batter Blaster. Instead, it sells strength, speed, agility, […]

Triathlon Training
Training

Are You a Triathlete or a Body Builder?

April 24, 2017 0

I always tell my athletes you must train your CORE to perform as a triathlete. The successful ones do it right, the unsuccessful, not that great. Since I’m not an expert on exercise training for […]

speed work
Running

Speed Work for Beginners

April 12, 2017 0

The following question was posted by a fellow runner on a running forum and I thought it was a great topic to tackle in this issue. “At the sake of sounding like a newbie, I […]

Strength training
Training

Counterfeit Strength Training

April 4, 2017 0

Are there really counterfeit forms of strength training? As long as you get stronger with your workout routine, it means that you are getting stronger and will perform better, right? Wrong. Counterfeit strength training has […]

Race Day Prep
Training

Easy Steps to Prep for Race Day

April 2, 2017 0

You have trained long and hard for your big race. You have sacrificed happy hours, desserts, and a little extra sleep for months to make sure you meet your race day goal. You have sunk […]