The mission of the Tri Town Test Team is to build the local triathlon community while educating, identifying, and sharing best practices to optimize triathlon performance. The Test Team is unlike any team you have been a part of before: we are part training/racing team, part experimental case study on optimal performance.
We are excited to announce a season's worth of seminars and clinics to support your journey this triathlon season. All seminars are held our store, kept to one hour of focused information, and designed to support and enhance your training plan. All seminars, clinics, and workouts are free and open to the public. For complete details on all events, see our complete Workout and Event Schedule. Please RSVP to [email protected].
To access your plan you must first sign up for a YMCA Sprint Series race. You'll be given a coupon code at registration that will cover the cost of the training schedule. Use the links below to locate the training plan for your event(s). The plan progresses in both volume and intensity during the training block of either 12 weeks (for a single race) or 36 weeks (for the entire race series), and is designed for a beginner triathlete who can train an average of 5-6 hours per week. Rest days and recovery weeks are scheduled throughout. We expect some adjustments to the schedule will be necessary based on your personal needs and ability. We are fully confident that any athlete who follows our training schedule and attends some of the supporting events will feel confident and ready on race day. Your coach during the training block will be Tri Town Owner and Head Coach Antonio Gonzalez. Questions? Email: [email protected]
Download your plan to Training Peaks for free. We've written 10-12 week beginner-focused training plans for each event. Registered for all 3 races? Great! We've written a season long plan to help guide you through all three events. When you register for a YMCA Sprint Series race you will receive a coupon code to access your training for free.
Your free training plan uses as simple 5-Zone model to designate recovery, base building, tempo, threshold, and VO2 level workouts. Your plan is built to provide a natural balance of easy and hard workouts. Zones help you determine how easy is easy, and how hard is hard. Learn how to calculate your heart rate training zones here.
Learn about the different types of workouts provided in your plan. We use simple explanations to describe the variety of workouts used in the program. By understanding 'the why' behind the different types of workouts, you'll be more prepared to successfully execute your training.