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Posts tagged triathlon training programs
Enough's Enough!

By Greg Laraia, ATC

Let’s be honest, nobody trains like NYC runners. We push the hardest, we work the longest, and we do the most. But what we’re not the best at is recovery. Burnout is real! So how do we push ourselves without overdoing it?


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What are your goals?
Jump on the Hydration Train!

Here is a story that we are hearing weekly these days.

Patient: I ran over the weekend and I didn’t realize it was so humid.  My run went really well but my achilles tendon has been on fire ever since.

Therapist:  How much water did you drink this weekend

Patient: 2 cups of coffee and 1 bottle of beer

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Tart Cherry Juice

You’ve just completed your hill repeats. The workout went great, confidence is at an all time high, and you can’t wait to crush the next one. However, the next day you wake up and you’re stiff as a board. Your quads ache, your calves scream; you’re wondering what you did to deserve this torment.

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Advil and Ultras

We've all been there. You ran a little too far, ran on tired legs, wore heels for too long after a long run. Nothing a few Advil can't fix, right? It's becoming more and more common to reach for the Advil when something hurts, especially during marathon training. But for those of us running long distances, what are we doing to our body’s ability to recover?

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Wetsuit Guidelines

Triathlon season is upon us and one of the biggest decisions a triathlete has to make is related to finding the right wetsuit.  Wetsuits can provide buoyancy and make you more streamline, especially if you are not a strong swimmer but a poor fitting wetsuit can actually put you at a disadvantage.

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