Evaluating Your Triathlon Season

I’ve been reflecting on my season that’s just gone, I’m sure that I’m not alone and that you were all reflecting on last season.  That is a good thing, because we need to think about what we do well, what didn’t do so well and what areas we need to improve. Did you achieve the […]

How do you track your workouts

How do you track your workouts when you have finished them?  There are a number of ways you can do this.  Some of them are quite old school.  Some of them involve some technology. You can just have an old fashioned training diary, write and journal about how you felt during the session, what the […]

My tried and trusted wearables

Here’s a few of my tried and trusted wearables to put your phone in when you’re on a run.  When I first started running, I used to wear an arm band. It used to slip on your arm just there like a sleeve or something like that and your phone went in it.  I didn’t […]

We like to keep things simple. While others espouse heart rate and…

A little bit about how we coach our athletes and our philosophy We like to keep things simple. While others espouse heart rate and power zones we find that these area cause of confusion, distraction and worry. Instead we prefer the following perceived exertion levels.Easy (<60%), Moderate (<60-75%), Medium (<75-85%), Mad (85-95%)*Note that we never […]