Whether you are a beginner athlete doing your first tri-a-tri or an experienced elite competitor, we all face real world constraints and need to maximise the resource you have to get the very best achievement result for whatever goal you set. Those resources include natural ability, training history, time available (most athletes have real jobs and family commitments!), and training environment. As a coach, our role is to provide the training structure; advice and guidance to help you as an individual achieve your very best.

Training plans

Most athletes will benefit from a detailed training plan providing structure and purpose to their training weeks.

We develop our training plans to align with your goals, accounting for your individual strengths, weaknesses, and personal circumstances.

Depending on the program you choose, the development of a specific training plan generally involves:

  • Review of and previous training and current level of fitness.
  • Evaluation of individual strengths and weaknesses.
  • Development of mid and long term goals.
  • Articulation of specific goals (both short and medium term).
  • Detailed training schedule (weekly). (We choose to use online provider Training Peaks® as a conduit for feedback and uploading of both the programme and feedback detail).
  • Advice on putting the program into practice - into your own life situation (e.g. what to do on which day).
  • Options for key training sessions (group training, classes, or specific detailed sessions).
  • Review of training each week (for individual development). This may include detailed analysis of heart rate/power output of key sessions. (Depending on the tools/metrics you have available)
  • Adjustment of training as necessary (for unforeseen events).
  • Guidance to develop race plans and strategies as required.
  • Mutual review of race results.

The best outcomes for potential athletes come as a result of both commitment and constructive feedback from both coach and athlete…to enable to the development of programmes that are specific and attainable.

Who we coach

The athletes we coach range from beginner to experienced long distance competitors (with many progressing along that journey with us over time). Some are based in Auckland and make the most of the squad training sessions that are available; others are based out of town and receive coaching feedback by phone and email. For those embarking on the Ironman journey, appropriately spaced training camps offer another opportunity to have face to face contact and meet other likeminded individuals and compare notes (and challenges).


Coaching programmes are available from $45 per week with a minimum commitment of 12 weeks. A programme set up fee $100.00 applies. This includes goal setting and analysis of needs.

Performance testing and training analysis

Detailed personalised training programs.

Season and race planning.

Technique analysis.

Personal training.

Bike set-up a and position analysis.

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