Tri 140.6


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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) 
Regular: $300 

 

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 

  • 20 week training plan delivered via Training Peaks
  • Two-four monthly group training sessions including: OWS, outdoor rides, group runs
  • Certified Lifeguard and kayak support for OWS
  • Access to a ITCA or USAT Certified Coach 
  • Access to Physical Therapists through Nesin Physical Therapy
  • Monthly newsletter with education on training, transition, conditioning, fueling and more
  • Private Facebook group to connect with coaches and participants
  • Becoming a 140.6 triathlete at the end!
Exclusive Gear & Discounts 
  • Training Shirt
  • Water Bottle
  • Bag
  • Swim Cap
  • Exclusive Fleet Feet Discounts
  • Exclusive Bike Shop Discount

Registration Details:

  • Register for 140.6
  • Registration: $ 280-300
  • Fleet Feet gift cards can be applied toward training program registration
  • No refunds, no exchanges, and no transfers at any time
  • Must be at least 18 years old & understand the rules of the road
  • Must be a US citizen due to training rides on government property
  • Training fee does not include race entry fee
What You'll Need:
  • Bike:  A well-fitting road bike or triathlon bike is recommended for this distance race.
  • Bike gear: Helmet that is free of defects and cracks is required.  Reflective vest.  Blinking light.  Other bike accessories such as pump and flat tire kit. 
  • Run gear:  If you have not been fitted for shoes, please visit Fleet Feet for a free fitting!
  • Swim gear:  Bathing suit and goggles.  While visiting Fleet Feet, they can guide you on choosing the right pair of goggles to fit your face well.  A swim cap will be provided at kick-off.
  • Exercise mat:  To help you become a more conditioned athlete, we will be doing some strengthening and core conditioning.
Goal Race:

 

Local Partners

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!

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