The last week at Absolute Tri

Having finished another long day of coaching yesterday (and what i mean by coaching is being in front of athletes helping them develop technically, physically and mentally I reflected back on the last week (actually 8 days) of my coaching. Having totted up that I have done around 24 hours of coaching in front of […]

Looking for a Coach

With so many new Triathlon Coaches cropping up it can be difficult to know which one to choose. Most of them seem to offer the same type of thing, on-line packages to cover all distances from Sprint to Ironman. At Absolute Tri one of the things we pride ourselves on and believe we are different […]

Junior / Family Training Camps

For a 3rd year in a row we are teaming up with our partners based in Morzine, 44South, to support us on our Junior / Family summer camps. Having looked after us for the past three years, with last year also including some Belgium Elite Junior and U23 athletes, 44South are more than used to feeding […]

Long Distance Training Camp

Absolute Tri have once again teamed up with 44South to provide a number of Triathlon / Cycling / Family training camps for 2016. The first of these is our specifc Long Distance Training Camp (although not compulsory) for athletes doing a half or full Ironman in the summer. and is based in the beautiful town […]

A first season of coaching and racing with Absolute Tri

It’s always great at this time of year to not only get a race review but also a season review from our athletes. This athlete started with us last winter and with a few downs we ended up with much more highs in the season ‘Building on last year’s success was always going to be […]

Lessons Learnt – ‘Get a Coach’

Race Report – Ironman Wales, September 13th, 2015 Training had gone very well and bar a few minor injuries  – falling down a manhole, coming off my bike and slicing through my finger the night before the race – all was good. I had lost a lot of weight after becoming a WholeHealth convert and […]

Changing direction when things don’t go as planned

A race report from 1 of our athletes after changing direction when the first goal wasn’t met After my season plan didn’t get off to the start I wanted and I didn’t qualify for the AG world (sprint) championships I knew I needed a new focus for the season, something equally as big to work […]

The Power to Improve

Our mission at Absolute Tri Coaching is simple, we want to make you the best athlete we can. One of the ways we do that is to do regular Wattbike tests for you to monitor not only your improvement over time but also keep checking that your technique is improving and you are therefore becoming […]

Vitruvian Race Report – 29/08/2015 – from one of our New Athletes

I had a race plan that had been agreed with Julie It was simple race plan; steady first loop in the swim and then a harder second loop. No panic attack ….. nice and simple, about 42 mins (hoping for 38). Perfect T1 then on to a steady bike governed by HR. Stay at 143 […]