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Triathlon clubs help you learn all those little things that you would never think of. “Bring two pairs of goggles to a race” “Squeeze all your gels into a flask” “Invest in clip-in pedals before aero bars”
They also help you understand triathlon training. How to set you intensity on the bike, how to swim efficiently, how to structure your brick workouts.
Teresa Harrison is an NCCP comp intro certified triathlon coach and has been racing triathlons since 2001. She is the founder and a coach at Triumph Triathlon Club in Red Deer, Alberta. She joins me today to talk about all things triathlon clubs.
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Cool stuff mentioned in the Episode
Triumph is a Red Deer Triathlon Club. Teresa Harrison is the founder and joins me on the show today to tell me all about it.
Teresa is also the franchise owner at Freshii South-Pointe, Red Deer.
We also chatted about the Canmore xTerra from Grizzly Events and the Calgary Ironman. The local indoor track that Teresa mentioned is in the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre and the swimming pool is at the Michener Aquatic Centre.
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Discussed in the Episode
- Do you need socks for the run in a triathlon?
- Fuelling tips for longer races
- Are triathlon clubs good for newbies?
- Do you need insurance to join a triathlon club?
- What do triathlon club workouts look like?
- How do you do group bike workouts in the winter?
- What kind of bike do you need for a triathlon club?