With races being cancelled and seemingly nowhere to showcase your fitness, you might have made the decision to shut things down and wait until next year. However, that would be the loss of an opportunity to make yourself even stronger for the 2021 season. Thankfully, it’s still not too late though to reap the benefits. […]
Hi all you crazy endurance athletes. During our summer of the reinvention of endurance training, I have been able to try lots of different events. One of the events I was super excited to participate in was new The MSC Distance Challenge. Like many of us, I didn’t start out as a triathlete. I started […]
By: Carolynne Simons If you notice you are thwarting your movement by telling yourself that it’s too hard, you don’t have time, you don’t have any way to get exercise, pause. Take a deep breath and think about jumping into something unexpected. This month I combined MSC’s Duration Challenge and got recruited into Race Across Canada […]
By Michael Telpner Last week I woke up at 5:00 a.m., went down to the basement, got on my bike and said: “I DON’T WANT TO DO THIS TODAY”. There comes a point in everyone’s training when you go through the same pre-training rituals that you always follow, but your body just doesn’t want to […]
By Angela Giddens Triathlon season is short in Ontario. We train all year for 3 months of racing. With this training comes lots of planning, sacrifices and goal setting but as we all know too well, life doesn’t always go as planned. A nagging hamstring/ piriformis injury had me modifying my training early on this […]
By Roger Hospedales The importance of a proper bike fit from Frank Mizerski (Retul Master Certified Fitter, Solestar Certified Fitter). To discover more about bike fitting services available with Frank, CLICK HERE.
By Roger Hospedales Discover the Aquila Crono from brand engineer Frank Mizerski.
Some pre race, bike course footage and post race recap video.
By Chris Yuen For those who live in the Northeast, the warmer weather has finally arrived, and many triathletes finally take their bikes outside, and enjoy the sun and spring scenery while spinning. As for me who is not aiming to podium, I just want to train, be prepared, and to complete the Welland Rose […]
By Matt McGuckin For me, the swim was always the most daunting part of triathlon. If you don’t come from a swimming background, it’s challenging to know how to train for an open water swim. So, for all of us aquatically-challenged triathletes what’s the key to a successful open water swim? My first few triathlon […]