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).
register and more information
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.
registration and more information
Join The Team [+]
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.
Today's Tip [+]
Race Schedules and Ironman Training - After doing two Ironman per year for the last 3 years I was not been able to race very often due to all of the training required to do well at the Ironman distance. I firmly believe that if you are showing up at a race you are racing and need to be at your best. So plan out races that support your goal of doing an Ironman and have some great practice races on the way to your main goal - the Ironman.
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Member Spotlight [+]
How did you get into triathlon? I saw the ad in Competitor Magazine and thought it would be the next logical step after marathons.
Why you do triathlons? I love the combination of swimming, cycling and running because I am not getting burned out on one thing and it seems to avoid injuries.
What do you like to do to get away from triathlon? Martial Arts, walk dogs at Second Chance SPCA, serve my homeless friends with Soup Mobile.... [+]
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