Susan Grant Legacki,

Susan Grant Legacki

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Susan:

Nutrition Tips for Your First Triathlon

Nutrition is the fourth leg of a triathlon. Here are some fueling and hydration tips for your first race. → Read More

7 Tips to PR Your Next Century Ride

Riding a century is a lot different than racing one. Find out what you'll need to do to ride a personal best in your next 100-mile race. → Read More

7 Trails to Hike This Spring

Whether you're looking to get outside after a tough winter indoors or take a lung-busting route to some beautiful views, springtime is one of the most colorful times of year for a hike. With reasonable temps, gushing waterfalls and signs of nature coming back to life all around you, each of these seven hikes across the U.S. offers something special for everyone. → Read More

10 Things to Never Say to a Triathlete

Because we're saving our leg strength for the bike and the run, duh! No, but seriously, the right to completely suck at swimming while still being a decent triathlete is every multisport athlete's God-given right. Thank goodness for wetsuits, amiright? → Read More

How to Take Advantage of Your Triathlon Offseason

Taking some time off from all training is critical for both mental and physical rejuvenation. → Read More

How to Take Advantage of Your Triathlon Offseason

Taking some time off from all training is critical for both mental and physical rejuvenation. → Read More

10 Best Campsites for Fall

Watching the leaves turn from your sleeping bag and enjoying the newly cool temperatures are just a couple of the advantages of autumn camping. → Read More

5 Tips For Successful Altitude Acclimation

Whether it’s bagging a big summit, skiing, or a mountain race, adequately preparing your body for the rigors of exercise at altitude is a vital component for success. → Read More

Get Outside: Getting to Know Lake Tahoe

Once the snow melts, the entire Lake Tahoe region becomes a playground for mountain bikers, trail runners, paddlers and raft floaters. → Read More

7 Unforgettable Summer Hikes (And What To Bring)

Trekking these trails provides memories that will last a lifetime—as long as you don’t forget the essential gear. → Read More

5 Best West Coast Beach Hikes

If you prefer going barefoot instead of wearing heavy hiking boots, check out these beach hikes to feel the cool sand between your toes. → Read More

The Best Fall and Winter 140.6 Races

The triathlon season isn't over when summer wraps up—there are still several 140.6 races available in North America later in the year. → Read More

Why You Should Try a 20-Minute HIIT Workout

If you haven't done a high-intensity interval workout yet, it may be time to give one a try. → Read More

10 Ways to Keep Triathlon Fun

Break the monotony of your training regimen with these easy-to-digest tips sure to keep all that swimming, biking and running lighthearted and fun. → Read More

5 Reasons Women Should Do a Triathlon

We've heard the excuses before, but these five reasons will have women ready to get on a bike and give multisport a try. → Read More

10 Reasons Women Should Get On a Bike

One of the most popular sports in the world, and yet in the U.S., women on bikes are a significant minority. Here are 10 reasons to stop this trend. → Read More

Types of Bike Pedals: A User's Guide For All Levels

Don't know whether to clip in or clip out? Don't sweat it, we've got you covered. → Read More

The Beginner's Guide to the Gym

The gym can be an intimidating place for first-timers. Here's a guide to help you get started. → Read More

Night Rider: The Gear You Need to Roll Safely Past Sunset

Has the summer sun forced you to spend your cycling hours in the dark? Check out these essential accessories to ride safely at night. → Read More

5 Ways to Recover Like a Pro Athlete

Professional athletes have tons of equipment and staff to help them recover. While you may not have to funds or time to invest in your recovery like a pro athlete, you are still at risk for injury. Here are five ways to recover like a pro. → Read More