As it's almost been half a year since I started The Triathlete Beat Podcast (crazy how time flies!), I thought I'd do a "podcast checkpoint" highlighting a few things: 1.) My progress with the podcast 2.) What kind of training have I been up to 3.) How my triathlon season has been so far & any race plans through the end of 2018.
If you want to get into running, and/or continue running for many years without injury, it is imperative to find the right running shoe for you. There are numerous benefits to selecting the best running shoe for your specific gait and running style.
Buying new running shoes can seem daunting and stressful at first, but it definitely doesn't need to be. This episode breaks down the process into a few basic tips on how to look for the right running shoe for you!
Many people stay away from doing a triathlon because of a few common thoughts around bikes, such as: "I don't have a fancy bike" or "I don't want to buy a bike". Well I've got great news! It is NOT a necessity to have a fancy bike, or to buy a bike in order to do a triathlon. In my opinion, there are a few scenarios when you should and should not buy a new bike for your first triathlon race, or just triathlon in general.
How much training time should one spend on swimming vs. biking vs. running? This is a very common thought that every beginner triathlete experiences when first entering the sport. For those just starting out, I discuss why one shouldn't initially think in terms of swim/bike/run training ratios. Instead, focus more on training to one's weaknesses and building up overall fitness, which will get you primed and ready for that first triathlon and more.