I’m really excited about a new workshop that I’m part of. In January I’ll be delivering a 1-day workshop down in my old stomping ground (Birmingham) alongside two former colleagues (Mark Jarvis and Ian Pyper). In the 4th Discipline workshop we are going to discuss why swim, bike, run just doesn’t cut it…Continue
Added by TRI Fitness Coach on December 11, 2012 at 12:50 — No Comments
Yup it that time of the year where it is essential to have a few drinks and celebrate yet another good year in the club. Some big challeneges have been achieved, especially for Phil and Robbie. So girls get your dresses at the ready and lets talk shoes and handbags as I know the boys are loving that converastion compared to bike talk. The night will commece 7.30/8pm onwards at As You Like It, in Jesmond.This year may be drawing to a close but there is another great year ahead of us. Hope to…Continue
The race is open for entries via Blyth Running Club website or pay on day. A few of us did this a couple of years ago (I did last year as well) and its a good fun training run over 5 miles along Blyth beach & back. Hope to see a few TRi members there.
Added by John Davies on November 16, 2012 at 14:45 — No Comments
When I was born, my dad was waiting in the delivery room with a golf club in one hand and a helmet in the other. He was certain of two things: 1) that I was a boy and 2) that he would teach me every sport known to man. He was half right and for the next 13 years, I excelled at every sport possible. These days (in…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on October 27, 2012 at 3:25 — No Comments
Call me a sports fanatic, I love anything that will make you break a sweat! From jogging to mountain climbing, I am an avid outdoorswoman as well. This may explain my latest love for anything with wheels. There is something about a guy on a bike or something that goes really fast that is super exciting and very sexy. Maybe it's because I am approaching 40, but the freedom that comes with wheels is getting me addicted to rolling around on my bike and picking up a board.
Added by Robyn Sorenson on October 15, 2012 at 19:43 — No Comments
For better or worse is how the saying goes. If you've been married for more than 5 years, you truly get the meaning behind this phrase. If you are married to a triathlete, you really get the other half to this saying: in sickness and in health (and in triathlons). No one warned me that there is yet ANOTHER part to this age old vow. The disclaimer: you now will take on more jobs than you ever thought possible. That's right, I am now the following thanks to my husband, who loves to…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on August 21, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
With both of Tri Training Harder’s Directors performing to the highest standard in triathlon and some of our athletes also performing on the World stage, Tri Training Harder is a company built on and developing first class performance. Philip Hatzis has brought in the most recent Tri Training Harder achievement with a first place in the 18-24 age group category at Ironman UK Bolton, a fantastic overall placing of 11th and a place at the Ironman World Championships in Kona. Tri…Continue
Added by Chantal Cummings on July 24, 2012 at 11:31 — No Comments
Anyone got a place for the Short Course going spare for a mate of mine ?
Added by Graham Tye on June 1, 2011 at 23:47 — No Comments
Added by paramjeet singh bhogal on May 10, 2011 at 6:39 — No Comments
Hi all, I know its not the same as physical graft in the pool,on your feet and then on a saddle. But the trip is going well and if you want can follw my progress at www.psbhogal.ning.com. Entering Turkey today and now need to sort out all\paper work and put my think hard all the time hat on!
Added by paramjeet singh bhogal on April 8, 2011 at 7:24 — No Comments
Hi All, anyone know the beat place to go for a pair of tri bike shoes. I know the tinternet is the best place to go, but I'd like to see them and try them on first. Any ideas !! .......Cheers, Pete
This article appeared in The Times on 18th Feb 2011. It has a link to 12 recipes, which I haven't included as it was basically eggs with a whole load of banned substances such as hollandaise sauce & potato! Anyway, the message is simple, eggs are great!
If you subscribe to The Times, here's the link to the article:…Continue
Added by TRI Nutrition on February 21, 2011 at 13:29 — No Comments
Wednesday 26th January 2011
For Doctors, PE teaches, Sport Coaches / Trainers & Sports People
“From Delhi Belly to Ski Knee – a tale of survival in Sport overseas”
Please join our experts for an exciting, interactive sports talk and for the re-launch of our leading Sports Injury Team. (Full details attached)
Date: Wednesday 26th January 2011
Time: 6.30pm –…Continue
Added by Connect on January 20, 2011 at 13:41 — No Comments
In April I am doing a motorbike ride to India. As part of that I am going to raise money for UNICEF and have organised a Social Evening for sports people at Newcastle Cricket Club (7.30 till 11.30). As well as an indian buffet meal, disco, bar and varius raffles, Jim Alder (1966 Marathon Gold etc) and Sharon Gayter (Ultra Runner) have agreed to be speakers.
The cost is £15 per ticket and all the money goes to UNICEF and none towards my trip. Help make this…Continue
Added by paramjeet singh bhogal on January 18, 2011 at 6:47 — No Comments
Supplemental training for endurance sports is a large topic with mixed research results leaving some athletes in two minds as to whether or not to include some form of specific training for…Continue
Added by Connect on December 6, 2010 at 14:55 — No Comments
Rain Stopped Play.
Friday it did nothing but rain all day, I went and cycled the course and the roads where quite uneven.
Once I had cycled one lap i was soaked through and very cold so I cycled stright back to the hotel.
At around midday I went to a local restraunt and had some pasta it was still raining so afterwards I headed back the hotel. It was around 1pm and i thought it better than to go out side and get more wet so I did ome work on the…Continue
Added by Andy Mac on September 12, 2010 at 17:43 — No Comments
Got up nice early and walked down to registration and the swim course, this took around 25 minutes to walk as I was not sure where I was heading.
Once at the start I put on my wetsuit to rec the course and it was cold!!!!! I felt great in the swim tho so that put a little smile on my face. Once out of the water I meet up with Tracy and Ian and had a bit of a chat about the course.
Once registered I headed back to the hotel to change and then go out for a run. I…Continue
Added by Andy Mac on September 10, 2010 at 10:28 — No Comments
Arrived at Budapest today only to find the English weather, and its here to stay.
Today was my travelling day to the World Triathlon Championships, Budapest Hungary. With me for company was my Dad.
Our Jounery would start from Seaham to Thornaby, where we would swap trains and then head on to Manchester Airport where we would catch the 2:30pm flight to Budapest. The mornning started as my day finished cold and wet. But never mind I was looking forward to the…Continue
Added by Andy Mac on September 8, 2010 at 23:03 — No Comments
The endurance community have an obsession with developing an 'aerobic base' and I'm just not convinced that it is the only way to get the job done. It's time to free your mind and consider
just for a minute a world where intensity rules and developing lungs like
dustbin liners through slow, steady high volume workouts are a thing of the
past.....I know it's hard to consider but just read this article and take some
Added by TRI Fitness Coach on June 12, 2010 at 7:00 — No Comments