How To Parkour
Inside the maddening new world of online training
The author wanted to race, but he refused to suffer. In the end, his train-by-feel approach worked out just fine. (We think.)
It's a lot easier than you think to train for an Olympic-distance triathlon. And if you follow our newbie-friendly plan, it's also a blast.
Presenting a completely sane three-stage plan to get you ready for an Olympic-distance triathlon
You don't need a triathlon-specific bike. Many beginners don't use one. Still, the races don't allow drafting, so a more aerodynamic position can really speed you up. Plus it's fun. If you already own a good road bike, consider this simple (and easily reversible) conversion, and get a pro technician at a shop to dial the fit.
Master your multisport lingo
Spring is here. Time to wipe the cobwebs off your bike, oil your chain, and kick your fitness into a new gear. Here's how.
Express Train with Chris Carmichael
To shake his off-season ennui, our man tests out a new virtual indoor training program
Put that weekly jog to rest and take your training to a new level with our guide to technique, gear, and recovery
With the help of a gravity-busting treadmill, the Lab Rat endangers a world record
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