Samantha Kingsford shows us how to get the new year started on the right foot with her go-to hill reps routine in this edition of XTERRA Trail Running Tips & Tricks.
Running up hills is a quintessential XTERRA experience, and in this video Samantha Kingsford shows us how to get good at it.
Fast feet and proper foot placement are the keys to tackling tricky terrain, stairs, and even gnarly downhills. Samantha Kingsford shows us how it’s done on this week’s Trail Running Tips & Tricks for XTERRA.
Contact time is an important factor to running fast, especially in XTERRA and trail running. We need to have really fast feet to get through the technical and rooty sections
by Alexandra Borrelly Lebrun
Your race nutrition is just as important as any other equipment you need to prepare ahead of racing.Good race nutrition will help you avoid digestive issues while providing the body with all the energy it needs to complete the race.
In Melanie McQuaid's "Mel's Rad Skills Series" part IV video, she's going to explain and demonstrate how to do a pedaling front wheel lift, which is also known as a Wheelie!
In the third installation of Mel’s Rad Skills Series for beginners, three-time XTERRA World Champion Melanie McQuaid demonstrates the standing rear wheel lift.
In this edition of Mel’s Rad Skills Series for beginners, three-time XTERRA World Champion Melanie McQuaid demonstrates the standing front wheel lift.
In this XTERRA Connect training spotlight we head to Victoria, B.C., Canada to launch a new series - mountain bike skills for beginners – with three-time XTERRA World Champion Melanie McQuaid.
by Hsu Yuan Keng
XTERRA Taiwan - One of the best off-road triathlon events in Asia, combining convenience, nature, culture and passion. As a local Taiwanese athlete, we know that many partners cannot enjoy XTERRA Taiwan with us this year. But even so, you can still follow the XTERRA community and website. I believe we will meet you in Kenting in the near future!
With the holidays upon us, it's a great time to talk about cookies, eggnog, and peppermint bark. Yes, they are all carbohydrates, but you can relax - we aren't here to tell you not to eat them. What's important as an athlete, is that you know how they work.