Anyway, the articles that went up were:
As you can probably imagine, that first piece is about base training and the importance of going long. There's a bit in there about pacing and heart rates and that kind of thing, and an acknowledgement that doing too much, too soon will get you hurt. It's really, really basic stuff, but you know, when you set out to talk about this stuff, you have to start somewhere. So I always try to start with the fundamentals and build up to more complicated principles over the course of an article set.
The second piece is about balancing the training of the three disciplines, and again, I'd say it's targeted solidly at folks who're trying to figure out how to train for their first triathlon. I also laid out a typical training week, though I think Chris added something in there because there's a little discussion of interval training that I wasn't planning to get into until later in the series.
Anyway, if you've been wanting to try a triathlon but don't know how to approach the sport, this series is not a bad place to begin. That said, if you read this stuff and have questions, let me know, and I'll try to answer them.