Category Archives: Tri Tips

Secrets of the 4th triathlon discipline

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How many times have we been through this? We’ve finished the swim, we’re on the bike and suddenly, the tummy starts feeling bloated. Then we start throwing up. Again and again and again. Or we’re coming towards the end of the run and suddenly, there’s just nothing left. The world starts spinning and all we […]

Jelly legs no more.

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Veterans and newbies alike suffer the same problem. That jelly-like feeling you get in your legs when you take your fist few steps off the bike. 7-time Ironman finisher and coach Kevin Siah tells us how to run strong off the bike. Running your way to a fast triathlon by Kevin Siah Does the following […]

Getting Back on the Train

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We’re finally done with the festive season and the new season is about to start. Time to burn off some of that extra calories from all the Christmas and New Year’s feasting and get in shape for the 2014 triathlons season. After time off from regular training, it can be tough getting back into it, […]

Going long – a pragmatic view

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By now, everyone knows that Ironman will be returning to the legendary island of Langkawi, Malaysia in September 2014. And triathletes all over Malaysia and the region are starting to step up their training to compete in this grueling event. Once again, 3-time Ironman Ee-Van aka TriStupe of TriStupe.com, was kind enough to give us some […]

TriStupe’s Top Ten Transition Tips

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People often forget that transitions are the fourth discipline in any triathlons. The time spent changing from swim gear to bike gear to run gear is all counted to your total race time. I’ve seen some athletes breeze in and out of the transition area in under 30 seconds and I’ve also seen some athletes […]