Bravo Inside Triathlon!

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This week’s featured Posting is not from a Blog posting, but a magazine to which I have had a subscription for almost 3 years, and I am happy to say has completely re-invented itself.

As an avid follower of everything and anything related to Triathlon, from the extreme science of the sport, to reading about other athletes experiences in races, magazines satisfied my craving for reading material and education – at the same time.

Problem is, after subscribing to the same magazines month after month, year after year, the content can become a little stale, and certain articles seem to become very familiar.

This was how I was beginning to feel about my monthly read of Inside Triathlon.

In fact, I was almost ready to end my subscription with them (as I did a well known running and cycling publication). That all changed when I got my dirty little paws on the January / February issue – the Ironman issue.

The publication is now being distributed every second month as opposed to monthly, and this allows for the changes they have implemented.

I literally blasted through the entire 96 pages in one evening. The articles were informative and fresh – there seem to be fewer of them, each a little longer in length and way more insightful than before.

And the pictures... well you could cut them out and hang them on your wall. High quality, bright colours and unbelievable motivating - as they should be.

All in all, I give the new Inside Triathlon a 10/10.

The article by Matt Fitzgerald – 20 years in 12 hours was a great piece – insightful and super educational.

I highly recommend you go out and pick up a copy, and experience the new Inside triathlon for yourself.

James Greenwood is a competitive tri and multisport athlete currently training for Ironman Canada 2009. A level 1 Triathlon Coach, he holds a post graduate degree in Exercise Science, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. James is also currently the resident health and fitness programs expert at, and has starred in a number of multisport specific fitness videos.
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