I like to read when I have free time. Below are some of the Triathlon/Sports related blogs that I follow from time to time. Many of these are folks I found off of Trifuel. I find them interesting for different reasons, but mostly because they’re normal folks just trying to juggle everything like I am. Very interesting to check in from time to time and see what others are experiencing. These are in no particular order. Check ’em out, you never know what you’ll find.
Joe Friel has been coaching for the past 30 years. Great place to find coaching specific advice. He explains things in simple terms and keeps posts to the point.
The Science of Sport
Sports Science and Exercise Physiology of many different sporting events/current affairs. If you like to look behind the scenes of sports, then this is the place for you. Very interesting.
Excellent swim advice for open water swimming. I can’t claim to be a faster swimmer after a weekend workshop, but after doing a "factory reset" concentrating on drills for a month, I’m a much more efficient swimmer. Lots of good swim tips here.
At first glance you’ll see that this is a great place to find information on Tri gear, product reviews, etc. Further reading shows that this is coming from a guy who has lost 60lbs, and is typically on the podium at most races. Further spends a great deal of time traveling with work while being very creative to get in workouts.
Hungry Like The Wolfgram
Attempting to qualify for Kona at IMWI 2010. With 2 months to go until IMWI, check it out.
Dangle the Carrot…A Triathlon Blog
On a lighter note, what were you doing this time last year? This guy was running with the Bulls in Spain.
Ironmom has a great story. IMFL under the worst conditions and still did it at 40. Awesome. Also gives lots of great Swim advice on Trifuel.
Its all about the swimming
Interesting read on a Smoker, turned Swimmer, turned Triathlete.
Bald Hungarian Triathlete
17 marathons, and 2 Ironmans, in the past 10 years! Are you serious? Truly inspiring.
I found Anton’s Path from Trifuel, where he gives lots of good feedback to athletes questions. At 55 and still going strong, who can argue with a lifetime of running experience.
What are some of your favorites? Drop me a line. I’d love to check them out.