Welcome to Team Fit2Train

We are seeking to build a team of dedicated and passionate athletes who are looking to better themselves by training with other like minded individuals. We are continuously striving to offer the best training opportunities for team member which includes group training, training camps and seminars. Group training sessions are coached by professional multi-sport coaches and elite level triathletes.

Camps, Clinics & Training Programs [+]

Women's Cycling Camp

October 25-26, 2014

Attention ladies! Ditch the fellas for a weekend of riding with other women, a wine tasting, ranch accommodations, and a Q&A session. This camp is for all ability levels, we have short routes and long routes. There is no better scenery than the Texas Hill Country. A great escape leading into your late-season push or a great finale to your season and a great motivator to keep it going thru the winter.
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Fit2train – 2014 Open Water Swim Series & Clinics

April 15 - October 6, 2014

Fit2train – 2014 Open Water Swim Series & Clinics April – October (6 sessions) Each swim will have a minimum of 4 distances. Approximately 400 meters, 800 meters and 1,600 meters and 3,200 meters. Each Swim includes: - kayak support - water / sports drink provided - beginner group with additional instruction - open water swimming tips, drills and instruction
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You can join the team today and you will have access to: experienced coaches, group training sessions, training schedules, sponsor discounts and lots of new team mates!All this for a full year at less than $15 a month.

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Today's Tip [+]
Swim Tip - Head Position - From the rookie swim clinic we worked on body position. We demonstrated how head position and improve body position in the water. The desired state is to be streamline and on top of the water. Lifting the head up in the front causes the body to tip leaving the feet dragging beneath the water. Tucking the chin down with a good roll improves the body position greatly and keeps the feet on the surface. So keep your head tucked or looking down while swimming for an improved body position.

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Member Spotlight [+]
Jim Bookout
How did you get into triathlon? ex-gf

Why you do triathlons? Love to compete

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