Avada comes packaged with several shortcode designs to display your recent blog posts. And each style has several meta options that allow you to customize the shortcode; choose number of columns 1-4, number of posts, set a category, show or hide thumbnails, meta, excerpt, excerpt length and more!

Recent News Default Style

  • Getting Fit and Loving It!

Getting Fit and Loving It!

  • November 17th, 2016

I’ve had several of my professional colleagues who have expressed a desire to improve [...]

  • Running With Confidence

Running With Confidence

  • November 27th, 2015

I’ve had many runners lately inquire regarding their running fitness and how they can [...]

Recent News Thumbnails On Side Style

  • Running With Confidence

Running With Confidence

  • November 27th, 2015

I’ve had many runners lately inquire regarding their running fitness and how [...]

Recent News Date On Side Style

17 11, 2016

Getting Fit and Loving It!

  • November 17th, 2016

I’ve had several of my professional colleagues who have expressed a desire to improve their level of fitness.  We all do it for different reasons.  Some [...]

27 11, 2015

Running With Confidence

  • November 27th, 2015

I’ve had many runners lately inquire regarding their running fitness and how they can improve.  While the holidays and off season will likely set us back [...]

Use Them In 1-4 Columns

  • Getting Fit and Loving It!

Getting Fit and Loving It!

  • November 17th, 2016

I’ve had several of my professional colleagues who have expressed a desire to improve their level of fitness.  We all do it for different reasons.  Some of us want to feel  better and have [...]

  • Strength Training in Triathlon – A Hidden Treasure

Strength Training in Triathlon – A Hidden Treasure

  • April 26th, 2016

Having coached, competed, and trained for many years now, I have learned so much.  Yet I have so much to learn.  Triathlon, unlike many other sports, is as complex as my wife.  Just kidding. [...]

Many Meta Options Like Excerpt Length, Category, Posts, Columns

  • Getting Fit and Loving It!

Getting Fit and Loving It!

  • November 17th, 2016

I’ve had several of my professional colleagues who have expressed a desire to improve their level of fitness.  We all do it for different reasons.  Some of us want to feel  better and have more energy, some would like to look in the mirror and get a “hey, I haven’t looked this good since college” thought, and some just need [...]

  • Strength Training in Triathlon – A Hidden Treasure

Strength Training in Triathlon – A Hidden Treasure

  • April 26th, 2016

Having coached, competed, and trained for many years now, I have learned so much.  Yet I have so much to learn.  Triathlon, unlike many other sports, is as complex as my wife.  Just kidding.  I am just scratching the surface of understanding her after 13 years of marriage, but I digress.  Not only do we need to understand 3 different unique [...]

  • Functional Threshold Power – What is it and How Does it Help Me?

Functional Threshold Power – What is it and How Does it Help Me?

  • April 15th, 2016

Functional Threshold Power (FTP)- What a mouthful!  Well, at least it’s a pretty cool sounding mouthful.  You may hear cyclists speak about this often.  If you’ve training by using FTP, you’re a believer.  If not, you’re missing out on one of the most influential and unknown aspects of training and output for beginner triathletes.

FTP is the maximum power output you [...]

17 11, 2016

Getting Fit and Loving It!

  • November 17th, 2016

I’ve had several of my professional colleagues who have expressed a desire to improve their level of fitness.  We all do it for different reasons.  Some of us want to feel  better and have more energy, some would like to look in the mirror and get a “hey, I haven’t looked this good since college” thought, and some just need [...]

26 04, 2016

Strength Training in Triathlon – A Hidden Treasure

  • April 26th, 2016

Having coached, competed, and trained for many years now, I have learned so much.  Yet I have so much to learn.  Triathlon, unlike many other sports, is as complex as my wife.  Just kidding.  I am just scratching the surface of understanding her after 13 years of marriage, but I digress.  Not only do we need to understand 3 different unique [...]

15 04, 2016

Functional Threshold Power – What is it and How Does it Help Me?

  • April 15th, 2016

Functional Threshold Power (FTP)- What a mouthful!  Well, at least it’s a pretty cool sounding mouthful.  You may hear cyclists speak about this often.  If you’ve training by using FTP, you’re a believer.  If not, you’re missing out on one of the most influential and unknown aspects of training and output for beginner triathletes.

FTP is the maximum power output you [...]

Features and Customizations

  • Three awesome designs to choose from
  • Works with all column sizes and unlimited use and posts
  • Set columns, posts, category, thumbnails, title, meta, excerpt & length
  • Perfect for using on any page you need to highlight your blog posts