Who would not like to achieve a peak performance on race day? After weeks and months of training, every triathlete wants to get the best out of him or her on day X. In order to make race day successful. Here comes tip number 4 from re-known triathlon coaches for a top performance…

Rest is as important as training

Recovery is an integral part of training. People have their log books, and they often tick everything off in all of the columns. Swim, bike, run… But where is the column for recovery? That is the 4th pillar of success within triathlon. Without that, the whole training structure collapses. And it is not only about giving your body a rest but also to relax your mind. A coach can give you valuable advice and help you to develop your own individual strategy to get the most out of a recovery day.

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