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Tri Edge offers a range of FREE to use tools on our site to help you continue to improve in all aspects.  Here is a tutorial on how to use our Half Marathon Race Pace Calculator <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/TNsMLUB7li0" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Marathon Running, Running -

Tri Edge offers a range of free race pace calculators for athletes to use in preparation up to events On the team website you can find this under Marathon Race Pace Calculator  

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Duathlon, Metasport Duathlon, Running, Transitions -

Are you racing the Metasport Duathlon tomorrow?  Here are 5 tips that you can use to save up to 5 minutes!  Have two pairs of shoes.   There is a lot that can go wrong in racing a duathlon with one set of shoes.   When coming back from the first run you don't want to be thinking about setting up your shoes perfectly for T2.  By having a second set of shoes you don't need to worry, just kick them off and get on the bike Multi-task.   Why take your shoes off when you can take your shoes off and put...

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Nutrition, Running, Sports Nutrition, Swimming, Swimming Progression, swimming technique, Triathlon, triathlon swimming -

To start lets make it clear, there is certainly a time and place to use training tools.   Every training tool developed can be useful, however for the most part triathletes use training tools as a band-aid to cover up the weakness they simply find too painful to address.  Here are my top 5Swimming pull buoy When an athlete is coming to the pool and consistently using a pull buoy usually it is because the swimmer wants to avoid addressing kicking issues or poor body position in the water.  For elite athletes especially those racing long course it is understandable...

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Running, Running Drills -

<div class="paragraph" style="text-align:left;">At Tri Edge we strongly recommend that in-season our athletes do running drills each week.  Running drills can be used as a warm up or warm down to an easy day.   Ideally sessions should last for 30-45minutes and can be combined with some functional movements and overall strength development which we will cover in another article.<br><span><span><br><span>Below are a series of clips that we highly recommend watching that cover a variety of drills and will make the basis for an excellent session.  <br></span></span></span></div> <div class="wsite-youtube" style="margin-bottom:10px;margin-top:10px;"><div class="wsite-youtube-wrapper wsite-youtube-size-auto wsite-youtube-align-center"> <div class="wsite-youtube-container"> <iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/vcH97Dx8VCk?wmode=opaque" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> </div> </div></div> <div class="wsite-youtube"...

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