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Collin Noris ironman 70.3 grâce au coach triathlon

Triathlon Coach - Individual Coaching

Beginner level:  improve your swimming with a coach

Formed with Coachnatation2.0 + Effortlessswimming.

 

Take advantage with suitable training to improve your technique and allow you to progress while having fun in this ‘’hard’’ discipline.

Confirmed levels: take advantage of plans adapted by a triathlon coach allowing you to mix the 3 sports perfectly to achieve your best times in races (long or short distances).

strength training

Specific workout to optimize your athletics capacities to transfer the gains performance directly into your sport.
+ strength; - injury; + result

athlète chargeant la barre de musculation par le coach triathlon
Stéthoscope du coach triathlon

Physiotherapy rehab

Following an injury, use services of a sports physiotherapist to help you to return to your level.

Our vision of triathlon coaching

Welcome to ARphysiotraining, your first choice triathlon support and coaching partner. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced triathlete, our team of qualified trainers is here to help you achieve your goals and push your limits.

Join our coaching and discover our personalized training programs designed to meet your specific needs. Whether you are looking to improve your performance in swimming, cycling or running, your triathlon coach will provide you with individualized support in order to maximize your potential.

At ARphysiotraining, we understand the importance of mental preparation in triathlon. That's why we also focus on developing your mental skills to help you stay focused and overcome challenges during your competitions.

Our comprehensive approach also includes nutrition support to help you optimize your diet and maintain a healthy balance during training and competition. For nutrition Arthur Roux, will provide you with personalized advice to achieve your goals in a sustainable way.
With ARphysiotraining, you will benefit from the best courses and training. Our team collaborates with renowned professionals, who have a long experience in the field of triathlon.

Our physiotherapist Arthur Roux, our team will accompany you throughout your training course to help you succeed.

Join our team and integrate our Team ARphysiotraining, where you can train alongside other passionate and motivated triathletes. We also offer specific activities for young triathletes, aimed at fostering their development and preparing them for high-level competitions.

Do not hesitate to contact us for individual support from our renowned triathlon coach Arthur. Thanks to his expertise, you will reach new heights in your practice of triathlon.

ARphysiotraining is here to support you at every step of your triathlete journey. Contact us today to start your triathlon adventure with us!

FAQ of my triathlon coach

What is the order of the 3 triathlon activities?
The Triathlon consists of performing three sports activities in sequence: swimming, cycling and running. The sequence is carried out without outside help and without stopping the stopwatch during the change of discipline (transition).

How to perform in triathlon?
Regularly carry out sessions with sequences (mainly cycling – running) or even multi-sequences in order to accustom your body to this particular effort. These key moments of a triathlon should not be a source of stress for you but rather a source of strength.

What event starts a triathlon?
A triathlon always takes place in the same order: swimming, cycling, then running. It is therefore in the water that the triathletes begin their race following a mass start (mass start) or in waves (rolling start), dressed in a trisuit or a neoprene suit.

How to prepare for a triathlon?
The bike. Long outings remain the most important in your preparation. Integrate a long outing every 2 or 3 weeks, increasing the duration gradually: 3 h, 3h30, 4 h, 4h30 and so on, up to 6 h for an Ironman.

Why does the triathlon start with swimming?
Triathlon is a mass sport with thousands of athletes competing in the same event and whose skills are very varied. It is therefore preferable to avoid any risk of drowning by exhaustion and it is very logical to start with the swimming stage.

How to do transitions in triathlon?

  1. Repeat your transition. ...

  2. Be minimalist. ...

  3. Make your spot hard to miss. ...

  4. Cycling shoes on the pedals. ...

  5. Run with your bike. ...

  6. Uphill/downhill speed of the bike. ...

  7. Attach your things to your bike. ...

  8. A trisuit for the 3 disciplines.


What distance for a first triathlon?
How to choose your first triathlon

- XS format (or Sprint): 750m swim, 20km bike, 8km run. Ideal for beginners in all disciplines. - CD (or Olympic) format: 1.5km swim; 40km of cycling, 10km of running.

What is the difference between a triathlon and an Ironman?
The Ironman or "iron man" in French designates the most important format of triathlons. Due to its impressive distance (3 events or 226km to be covered in 16 hours maximum), it is also called XXL triathlon or very long distance triathlon. It was in 1977 that the concept of Ironman was born.

How to warm up before a triathlon?
Stand well positioned, but on your stomach. Breathe in calmly, expanding your stomach, and exhale, emptying your stomach. This exercise will allow you to reduce your stress and warm up your diaphragm by causing it to make a movement contrary to conventional breathing.

Who is the inventor of the triathlon?
The triathlon was invented in the early 1970s by the San Diego track club, the San Diego Track club, and was originally another form of training for track and field. The club's first competition included a 10 km run, 8 km bike ride and 500 meter swim.

When to eat before a triathlon?
Respect the deadline of 3 hours before departure, essential to ensure complete digestion. Have a digestible meal, without too much fat: no butter brioche for example!

What is triathlon drafting?
Drafting consists of a cyclist riding behind another cyclist(s) close enough to benefit from the aerodynamic phenomenon of suction and allowing the cyclist to save power.

Triathlon Coach: A Complete Guide to Successful Sports Practice

Introduction:

 

If you are passionate about triathlon and want to get started in this demanding discipline, hiring a triathlon coach can be a wise decision. An experienced coach will help you develop your physical condition, improve your performance and achieve your goals. In this article, we will explore all aspects of triathlon coaching, from choosing a qualified coach to preparing for the French championships, including the different distances and training tips. Find out how to successfully complete each step with professional support.

I. What is a triathlon coach and why have one? A triathlon coach is a sports professional who guides you through your training and competition journey in the three disciplines of triathlon: swimming, cycling and running. Here is why calling on a triathlon coach can make the difference:

  1. Maximize your sports performance with a personalized training plan.

  2. Benefit from technical coaching to improve your swimming, cycling and running technique.

  3. Receive advice on nutrition and hydration to optimize your performance.

  4. Prevent injury and manage recovery to maintain peak physical condition.

  5. Stay motivated and disciplined with the support and expertise of a professional.

II. The different distances of the triathlon and the specificities of each event

  1. Discovery triathlon: ideal for beginners and occasional practitioners.

  2. Sprint triathlon: a fast and intense event for more seasoned competitors.

  3. Short distance triathlon: a balance between speed and endurance.

  4. Long distance triathlon: an ultimate challenge for experienced triathletes.

  5. Ironman Triathlon: the most demanding distance with a marathon at the end.

III. How to choose the right triathlon coach

  1. Look for a coach with proven triathlon experience.

  2. Check the coach's qualifications and certifications, such as state patent and STAPS license.

  3. Ask for references and testimonials from previously coached athletes.

  4. Make sure the coach has a personalized approach tailored to your needs and level.

IV. The benefits of personalized triathlon coaching

  1. Establish specific and achievable goals for each discipline.

  2. Individual monitoring of your progress and regular adjustments to the training plan.

  3. Advice on mental preparation and stress management during competitions.

  4. Optimization of your physical condition by working on your weaknesses and strengthening your strengths.

V. Preparation for the French Triathlon Championships

  1. Understand the qualification criteria and requirements to participate in the French championships.

  2. Specific training to improve your performance in each discipline.

  3. Physical and mental preparation to face the challenges of the French championships.

  4. Tips for managing your race on D-Day and reaching the podium.

Conclusion:

 

Hiring a qualified triathlon coach is a valuable investment for triathletes wishing to progress and surpass themselves. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced competitor, a triathlon coach will guide you throughout your journey, help you improve your performance, avoid injuries and achieve your goals. Trust an experienced professional to guide you on your way to success in the exciting world of triathlon.

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