140.6 Training Program is for the endurance triathlete: geared towards the first time Ironman athlete as well as the PR hopeful! This 20 week training plan focuses on taking you the distance in preparing for a 140.6 full-distance Ironman triathlon (2.4 mi swim, 112mi bike (116 for Chattanooga), 26.2 mi run). It will be a complete training plan developed by a Certified ITCA or USAT Coach including two-four monthly group training sessions!
Ironman Training Program
Fall Goal Race: Chattanooga Ironman 144.6
Kickoff: Tuesday, May 8th at 7pm
Group Sessions: Two-four monthly sessions on Saturday and/or Sunday mornings. Some Monday evening optional sessions too.
Prices Per 140.6 Program:
Early bird: $ 280 until 11/30 (Code: FFHSVTRI20)
Required Activity Prior to Start:
A graduate of 2017's Tri 70.3 program or have completed an half-ironman distance triathlon in 8 hours or less. You must be able to currently run a 6mi, swim freestyle stroke for 1500 yards continuously and bike 25 miles. You must be at least 18 years of age and understand traffic laws. Also, you must be a US citizen, due to training sessions that access Redstone Arsenal. It is imperative that you meet these minimum requirements!
140.6 Program Benefits
Nesin Physical Therapy will be providing expertise to your training through experienced Physical Therapists attending sessions, giving you someone to ask questions to, exercise recommendations & the correct way to perform certain exercises/stretches, etc. If you are experiencing any physical issues, no matter how small, prior to our training to start, please visit Nesin Therapy for a consultation & let them know you'll be in our programs so they can get you well in no time!
Blevins Bicycle Company Blevins Bicycle Company began as a humble backyard shop built from the ground up from the perspective of a bicycle mechanic. From a 700 square foot shed to a massive 8000 square foot storefront in South Huntsville. Blevins Bicycle Company has always had the fundamental belief that a working bicycle is the most important aspect of cycling.
My passion for riding started over a decade ago working at various bicycle shops around North Alabama. Like any good bike shop mechanic I took my work home with me. It didn't feel like work at the time. I mean, it's my passion and I wanted folks to ride well maintained bicycles.
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