Triathlon run training is probably the most straightforward aspect of triathlon training. However, it is also the most strenuous aspect of the race. In this section you'll find articles about the various types of triathlon run training.
Being injured doesn't mean your fitness routine has to stop. Take your workout to the pool with deep water running. But how can running in water be better for you than the real thing?
Changing running styles is not something to be taken lightly. But if you're looking to reduce your risk of injury while emphasizing proper form, consider the benefits of the chi- and pose running techniques.
If you're struggling to improve your running performance, you might want to think a little more about surfaces. Although it's easier to go fast on hard surfaces like concrete, soft surfaces actually give you a more vigorous workout.
Most triathletes, before getting obsessed with the competition, start out as runners. But from the sprint distance triathlon to the ultimate Ironman, there are several different ways to train for the running section.
Though it takes dedication and endurance to finish a triathlon -- a race consisting of swimming, cycling and running segments -- there seems to be no single path to success. Does running in place on a treadmill help or hinder your racing dreams?