The nights are drawing in, the obligatory new school uniform picture has been taken and thoughts begin to turn to next season and how to improve those pesky swim times. Fear not help is at hand! We are now
For the fifth year running Peak XV Triathlon Coaching is hosting a training weekend specifically aimed at triathletes competing at Ironman UK. The weekend will be packed with advice, tips and even some inside information. By the end of the
July 14th 2019 is a date which has been etched on the minds of many of the athletes who are either coached by Peak XV, swim with one of our squads or who attended our IronmanTraining Weekend back in May.
” This weekend has been the best thing I could have done in my preparations towards the race, I have put so many worries to bed” Great feedback from one of our participants in this years Ironman training weekend. Over
Triathlons are like buses… none around for ages then all of a sudden they all come at once! Last weekend three Peak XV Triathletes took part in the North Wests largest pool based triathlon. The event consists of a 400m swim,
What do you get when you combine focus, great work ethic, determination and an unwavering trust in your coach? Well on this particular occasion Peak XV Triathlete Tori Peters got the rewards of a 24 minute improvement and a 6th
“I’ve always felt that long, slow distance produces long, slow runners.” These are the famous word from none other than Lord Sebastian Coe! And who are we to argue! For many years now I have been prescribing speed work to
Do you know your TSS from your IF or the difference between your average power and normalised power.? Back in the day it was simple, mainly because we had no gadgets and triathlon sports science was in its infancy. Our
We are offering 2 lucky people the chance to win two free taster sessions for our Monday night swim squad. Mondays session are aimed at those wanting to really take their existing swimming to a whole new level for the
Delighted to announce that Peak XV founder Garrie Prosser is only one of a handful of coaches to have successfully graduate as a Level 3 High Performance Coach. This follows a year-long course including several training weekends at Loughborough University.