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In her new book, The Athlete’s Guide to Recovery, certified triathlon and running coach and yoga instructor Sage Rountree provides a path to full recovery and improved performance. Here, she shares a simple recovery pose, as well as one variation, you can do almost anywhere.
They can be run during the base phase of training or just a few days before a running race, which you may choose to target in the triathlon off-season. Hill workouts can build endurance, top-end speed, or improve VO2 Max.
The A sets are between 4–5000 yards total, with intervals ranging from 1:20–1:30 per 100. The B sets are 3000–3500 total, with intervals of 1:50–2:00 per 100. The C sets are 2000–2500 total and all based on a rest interval.
Beginner triathletes don’t need to learn how to bilateral breathe, right? Wrong, writes Meredith Atwood.