Are you juggling the swim, bike, run, work, life challenge?
We teach you how to keep the niggles at bay and train to improve performance, so you can keep your Tri life going!
As you know, triathlon is a very demanding sport that requires a lot of training for each of the disciplines swim, bike, and run. This leaves very little time to spend teaching your body how to optimise energy efficiency and improve movement performance. Our platform is designed to deliver your sessions as 3 short workouts, which you can do as many times a week as you like around your triathlon regime, as well as doing them anywhere you like. This gives you an optimal chance to train consistently, prevent injuries, and improve your overall performance during training and on race day.
We know following a training program while juggling your swim, bike, run, work life regime is challenging so we support you the whole way with regular check-ins and a private online catch-up session every 4 weeks to keep you motivated and on track with your training, so moving well and performing at your best becomes a regular part of your life.
We kick off your training with an online 45 minute private assessment, so we can:
- Understand your movement goals
- Understand your movement and injury history
- Assess your default movement patterns and assist you to understand them
- Teach you how to correctly set up for various exercises so you can get maximum benefits from your training
- Select 3 daily exercises from the resource library based on your assessment outcomes, that will assist your individual movement needs and enhance your performance outcomes.
Every 4 weeks we set up an online private training catch up to follow your progress, keep you motivated, and keep a check on your technique. All this is included in the price!
YOU WILL NEED
- A mat
- A foam roller or alternatively a rolled-up towel
- Yoga block – or alternatively a thick book 3 inches
- Swiss ball (not introduced for the first 6 weeks)
- Sliding discs (not introduced for the first 8 weeks)
- Power bands (not introduced until 10 weeks)