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Breakaway Triathlon Leads the Way

SINGAPORE (May 1, 2021) — Breakaway Triathlon Club, in Singapore launched today their phygital program, combining both physical and digital training sessions made available for local and global athletes of all levels with the goal to support them with a sustainable training environment during the pandemic period and beyond. Their initiative is a first for…
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10 Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Upcoming Triathlon Race

Whether you are newbie to multisport or a seasoned triathlete, this 10 tips will help you prepare for your upcoming race.

IRONMAN 70.3 Desaru Coast

IRONMAN DESARU COAST 70.3 RACE SUMMARY

TRIFACTOR Run & Run-Swim 2022

The FIRST physical multisport race in the post-pandemic era by TriFactor. A huge success for TriFactor and our heartiest congratulations to all participants! This aquathlon in a run-swim-run format was an entry point for both beginner and experienced members after a long hiatus from multisport events in Singapore. “It’s great that sports events are back…
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Metasprint Duathlon 2022

First duathlon in a while at the MetaSprint Series over the weekend. The modified format saw a refreshing start for participants and stiff competition amongst all. The club saw the following finishes in the respective categories Sprint Male 20-241st Luke Chua5th Fang Yu Hoo Sprint Male 25-291st Bryce Chong Congratulations to all and looking forward…
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Opening Season at MetaSprint Series Aquathlon

12 February 2022 After a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, multisport racing returns to Singapore. Coming into 2022, we also saw a complete revamp for Breakaway Triathlon. In addition to these changes, it would appear that our newly appointed coach, Bryce Chong, might still be in the cards as he took the overall win for this morning’s…
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Training to be successful in Triathlon

There is more than meets the eye when training to be successful in triathlon. Here are some pointers that you should take a look at. A high level of aerobic power (vo2 max) A high percentage of their ventilatory threshold relative to VO2max (%VO2max). The ability to sustain a high rate of energy expenditure for…
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Training over 40: Do you need a multi-vitamin?

One of the most common questions from Feed Athletes is whether they need to take a multi-vitamin. Typically the questions go along the lines of “I eat a healthy and diverse diet, so shouldn’t I be getting all the nutrients I need?”. Yes, a nutrient-rich diet is essential, and it might cover all your needs. However, in my experience, when you are training, you will still…
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Improving Age-Group Triathlon Performance Part 2

Following from the previous post, here are two principles to consider while looking at movement efficiency. 𝗠𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗣𝗿𝗶𝗻𝗰𝗶𝗽𝗹𝗲 Movement is the central (core) starting point for triathlon performance. Proper technique is established from functional alignment of the body exhibited by stability and muscular balance in both static and dynamic positions. We see this very clearly with…
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Improving Age-Group Triathlon performance

Age-group triathletes are heavily invested in putting in the volume for training and tend to be fairly successful with their results reaped. However, many don’t walk away unscathed or are left frustrated wondering what they could have done to move faster and more efficiently. Despite performing countless drills repeatedly, the return on investment doesn’t necessarily…
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Interval Training and why we do it

Many athletes turn to interval training to increase how far and how fast they can get at training. But what exactly is interval training, and how do we use it to our best advantage? Interval training is a type of conditioning that alternates periods of work and rest. This requires the body to resupply energy…
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