At Sun Tri Sports, we believe in a holistic approach to training. For continuous progress and great race results, more is needed than just hours on the bike, in the pool or out on the track. With a variety of training, a sense of accomplishment (we will push you out of your comfort zones) and visible progress, you will become stronger, fitter and eager for your next race.
Of the three sports of triathlon, swimming is perhaps the most debated. How to improve your swimming quickly, how to improve technique, be more efficient and ultimately faster are often asked questions. Many triathletes come from a background in running or cycling, hence swimming is usually their main limiter. One can find a lot of advice on blogs, discussion forums and on social networks on how to improve swimming, but little advice focuses on open water swimming, which, in fact, is the third discipline of triathlon.
For many, being a professional triathlete seems like the ultimate job; enough time to train and focus on triathlon, while getting paid to do the thing you love most. However, the reality is different. Not all pros make a decent living and many worry about paying bills in between training. Most age-groupers, on the other hand, worry about their training in between earning a living.