Begin with a complimentary 3-month training plan for YWCA Women’s Triathlon.
This is our most popular summer class that focuses on tricks, tips and skills for completing or improving triathlons including gear, open water skills, mini tri transitions practice and bike handling.
Practice efficiently putting together all the components of a triathlon – open water swim – transition 1 – bike – transition 2 – run. A roped off transition area with bike racks, coupled with the support and guidance of YWCA Endurance Sports Coaches, will help improve your overall time.
T2 is triathlon's second transition: bike to run. This class is a two-hour workout, preparing your body and mind for the effect of running after biking.
Learn and practice open water swimming skills such as freestyle efficiency, swimming straight, body contact, sighting, and strategy.
This class is formatted as a “swim practice,” allowing each participant to maximize yardage in open water while practicing buoy turns, optional deep water swimming and swimming for extended distances from 100-200 yards and beyond. This class has a prerequisite of either attendance in our OWS class or participation in an open water event (triathlon/swim). Additionally, we ask that participants are comfortable swimming 100 yards continuously.
Knowing the bike course is one of the best strategies for beginners and competitive triathletes alike. Get a guided bike tour of the course.
Get a jump start on the open water swim season by practicing your skills inside. Our veteran swim coaches will answer your open water swim questions and run drills that will help you when you finally take the plunge into the lakes for the 2020 season.
Date: Sunday May 3, 2020
Time: 8:00 - 9:30 am
Location: YWCA Midtown
Prepare for training or the race.
Full value $279
Ongoing support for all levels of racers.
Full value $592
Individual coaching and team perks.
Full value $972