When we focus on form we improve our technique and therefore, our performance.  The key to good running performance, like the other two components of triathlon, is efficiency.  Economizing body movements saves energy, which in turn allows the body to go longer and, or harder.  If we use little energy to produce the running motion,
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Having success in an open water swim in triathlon involves several key components.  Last week, in Part 1, I talked about the key things to do before the race starts.  This week, we look at what to do during the race to find success in the open water. First, line up at the start line
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Ohhh, the dreaded swim start.  It is a cause of anxiety for many triathletes.  But, employing  just a few simple steps before the race ever starts, you can have a successful open water swim and transform that anxiety into speed and exit the water charged for the bike. Race morning in and of itself is
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Swimming Swimming well is all about swimming efficiently. In order to swim efficiently, we must reduce our body’s drag in the water as much as possible. There are key factors that reduce drag in the water. Those keys are body line, body balance, and body roll. To become fast in the water, we must first
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2013 Events Focus on Form:  June 11- August 8 Triathlon Swim Clinic with Underwater Video Analysis:  August 10 Team Physiofit Session 2:  August 17-November 10 Women’s Beginner Triathlon Camp:  September 14-15

Focus on Form Running Part 2 utilizes the body positions and postures learned in Part 1 and incorporating them into skill building drills to help improve overall running form and enhance performance.  These drills are designed to build specific muscle strength, neuromuscular control, coordination, proprioception, and dynamic balance, all of which are functional components of
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Triathlon Training with Physiofit Coaching Focus on Form: Swim/Bike/Run Join Physiofit Coaching this summer and get in the best shape of your life. This 9 week session will focus on swim/bike/run skills, performance, and strength and conditioning, with 3 weeks dedicated to each discipline. This training class is open to adult men and women of
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Putting It All Together: Be Race Ready!! So now you know how to swim, bike, run, and transition, you know how to fuel your body and you know how to train, but what about the race? The Race. The race is where it all comes together! The following list is a strategy guideline for pre-,
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Triathlon season is in full swing in SWFL! You’ve done all the hard work training, you’re mentally conditioned, you’ve dialed in your nutrition, and practiced transition, now it’s time to race! For most athletes, nervousness increases as race day approaches and it can be easy to forget some important gear. Don’t let a forgotten item
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