There are so many different components which go into maximising your triathlon performance and in this section we bring together some of the most respected coaches and competitors around to help you take your swimming, cycling and running displays to the next level - as well as focussing on improving your transitions.
Rounding off his instructive series on helping triathletes improve their technique, Swim Smooth coach Martin Hill now focusses on propulsion.
Swim Smooth coach Martin Hill explains how being streamlined is essential to maximise propulsion and improve your triathlon swimming times.
Swim Smooth coach Martin Hill explains how to develop a correct breathing technique, which will make a fundamental difference to your swimming.
Swimming is often the weakest discipline for triathletes but Swim Smooth coach Martin Hill believes a change in approach can have a huge impact.
If you're about to switch to triathlon then let Lauren Bradshaw, the youngest physio at the London Olympics and an elite athlete in her own right, show you how.
Lauren Bradshaw, the youngest physio at the London Olympics and an elite athlete in her own right, explains how to reduce the injury risk in triathlon training.
There's a lot to think about when you take part in a triathlon for the first time - use our step-by-step guide to make sure you follow the official rules and have everything covered.
Whether you're progressing from a pool-based triathlon or just keen to try open water swimming for the first time, follow these key tips from multiple world record holder Dr Julie Bradshaw MBE.
Working on your technique - especially dealing with waves and sighting - will enhance both your enjoyment and triathlon times. World record-breaking swimmer Dr Julie Bradshaw shows you how...
Here are five great nutrition tips from professional triathlete Caroline Livesey to help you get the most out of your training this year.
Fiona Smart explains why it's so important to work on your swimming technique and suggests a range of drills to help with that process.
ITT's Mark Pearce has put together an invaluable resource which uses video footage to help you save time on every aspect of your triathlon transitions.
Ironman UK runner-up Caroline Livesey manages to compete at the highest level of the sport while also working full time as a Geotechnical Engineer.
If you need inspiration - and expert advice - to aid your return to cycling, running or swimming after a long absence then this is the article for you as coach Fiona Smart helps you kick-start a new regime.
Taking time this winter to strengthen your weaknesses will pay dividends in the new year, says Fiona Smart as she focusses on strength training and improved technique for triathletes.
This two-part feature explains the major gains which can be made by having a triathlon coach - whatever level you're at - and then helps you identify the ideal fit depending on your own aims and ambitions.
In the first part of this feature we looked at the multiple benefits of having a triathlon coach and now we focus on the different options available and how to find the right coach for you.
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