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 [+]

Cycling Base Camp

February 14-16, 2015

2015 Fit2Train Cycling Base Camp will again take place over President's Day Weekend, February 14-16. Registration will open October 9th for team folks and October 16th for non-team folks. Again this year the camp headquarters will be at "the ranch" but no worries, there is electricity and running water (and even internet).
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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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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 [+]
Fartlek - Fartlek (Speed Play) – these are fast runs that can be broken up into several different variations. The emphasis is running portions of the run at a faster pace then you normally run. This can include something as simple as running fast from one street corner to the next and then recovering for a block and then repeating or running fast for 3 minutes and then going easier for 2 minutes. Fartlek translated from its Sweedish origin literally means, “speed play”. If you have a group of similar abil... [+]

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Member Spotlight [+]
Katherine Loh
How did you get into triathlon? Got bored with running. Love swimming. Thought I might give it a whirl.

Why you do triathlons? In college an ex told me about how his dad had trained for and competed in this thing called "Ironman" in Hawaii, involving a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and full marathon. I thought 'that's just si...

What do you like to do to get away from triathlon? Travel, sleep, eat.... [+]

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