USA Cycling level 1, USAT level 1, USATF level 1 Services:
Local bike fitting, One-on-one swim instruction on pool deck, Online coaching, Regular track or group run workouts in person
General Info: At Playtri our first priority for all our clients health. After that we will do absolutely everything we can to help our clients reach their goals.
We don't look at triathlon as three sports in one race. It's more than that. It's transitions, nutrition, flexibility, adaptation, equipment, strategy, consistency and more. We work with our clients on improving at every aspect to maximize their potential.
Triathlon should always be fun, but to truely excel it needs to be a lifestyle. Rates & Fees: Playtri Plan - $100/month - Weekly personalized schedules, track workouts, and yearly goal setting
Blue Plan - $160/month - Everything in the Playtri Plan plus more detailed workouts, race strategies, and 1 schedule adjustment per week. Training Camps Offered: Hawaii Platinum camp - One week in mid-January on the Ironman World Championship course (limited to a dozen athletes).
Hawaii camp - One week in late-January on the Ironman World Championship course.
Lubbock camp - Three days in mid-May on the Buffalo Springs 70.3 course.
Louisville camp - 4 days in early July on the Ironman Louisville course.
Longhorn camp - 3 days in early September on the Austin 70.3 course.
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