Club President: Chris Navin Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Chris Navin, Joy Miles, Scott Lewandowski, Trevor Hougardy Total Membership: 500 Club Dues: 1
Club Info: We're Anything But Scary!
Let us introduce you to one of the world’s fastest growing sports — without the intimidation!
TriMonster provides a variety of group-focused triathlon training programs within a friendly, structured environment. Whether your goal is to simply finish your first triathlon or realize a new personal best, we can help.
We truly believe there is nothing more effective than training in a group setting - which provides accountability (to show up) and motivation (to push a little harder). Your tri experience will be greatly enhanced with our ability to guide your training — all while understanding the need to balance work, family and other obligations.
Since 2002, TriMonster has helped more than 500 individuals successfully conquer triathlon. Our athletes range from first timers to experienced veterans competing in Sprint to Iron distance events. The majority of our athletes train to compete in the Chicago Triathlon—boasting a 100% finish rate since we started! Club Sponsors: TriMonster is proud to be the official triathlon training program for Fitness Formula Clubs and is the exclusive training partner for the T2: TEAM TO END AIDS and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's TeamCF. Since 2004, our participants have raised over $500,000 for their charities. For up to date sponsor information, please visit our website at www.trimonster.net. Club Discounts: Visit www.trimonster.net for more information. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Visit www.trimonster.net for more information. Club Workout Schedule: Visit www.trimonster.net for more information. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Visit www.trimonster.net for more information.
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