Our monthly rolling triathlon coaching programmes are designed with one purpose in mind - to help you achieve your potential and reach your goals. Perhaps you've chosen your goal race for 2011 but finishing that first tri or crossing the line in Hawaii seems such a long way off - we'll help you get there.
We also offer 1-1 triathlon coaching sessions or days as spending quality time with your coach can prove invaluable in your quest for better performances. This could be in addition to your monthly coaching programme or it could be a stand alone session whatever your level.
Need a 20 week triathlon training program? We have long distance/Ironman, middle distance and olympic programs available for purchase online. Every program has a comprehensive 20 week schedule - we've done everything for you but the training!
In addition to your triathlon training schedule, each week we'll also send you an exclusive triathlon e-mail with reminders of activities that you need to complete (in addition to your training), cutting edge training tips or valuable check lists such as the pre race checklist to make sure you don't forget any kit on race morning.
Take your training to the next level... step up to a TheTriathlonCoach.com bootcamp! We run half day TriFaster Workshops - great for perfecting one aspect of your triathlon performance in just a morning, or perhaps you'd prefer to develop all three aspects of your performance on our Triathlon Training Weekends.
Finally, for the more adventurous join us on our Long Distance Training Camps for overseas triathlon training in the sun - these camps are designed to allow you to fully focus on preparation for your key race and leave no stone unturned in the search for success.
If you asked us the direct question about whether we could help you achieve your goals you'd probably expect a fairly biased response. So rather than taking our word for it why not read about what some of our happy athletes have to say by reading our case studies.
« Pictured: Andrew Smallwood achieved "peak" performance with TTC coaching.
Last week I was flicking through the pages of Triathlete Europe and I noticed a very interesting article. The athletes in question was injured and trying to figure out what to do in the final few days before his race. The injury was affecting his running which meant he missed several key sessions. However it did give him more time to recover
In bemoaning the fact that he was missing sessions his coach asked “are you training to train or training to race?”
Whats the difference?
Try this little quiz and I’ll tell you the answer. Don’t spend too much time thinking about which you are. Just make a quick choice and then move on (more…)
So last weekend I was commentating on both Saturday & Sunday. Firstly the Nottingham sprint which was the British Championships and also a qualifier for the Worlds in Hyde Park later this year and then at the Outlaw Half on Sunday so the racing was ultra competitive.
Standing very close to the action gives me a unique perspective on whats happening especially when i am right next to the transition area.
Here are some of the mistakes I observed on both days… (more…)