Free Transition Clinic
Thursday, May 3, 5:30pm
Green Lakes State Park
A triathlon has a start line and a finish line – everything in between is a triathlon. That is swim, bike, run and transitions. People underestimate the time savings that exists in transitions; I’ve seen folks train all year to shave off 10-20 seconds per mile on the run, only to throw all that hard work away in T1.
Join NWT coach and local triathlete Mike Corona for a FREE transition clinic at 5:30 PM on May 3rd at Green Lakes State Park. Mike will share the tips and tactics he uses to be the first one out of transition – clearly he backs up what he preaches with results:
2010 1st overall in T1 & T2, 2nd overall finisher, Du The Lakes Duathlon
2010 1st overall in T1 & T2, 2nd overall finisher, Green Lakes Triathlon
2011 1st overall in T1 & T2, 1st overall finisher, Du the Lakes Duathlon
2011 1st overall in T1 & T2, 1st overall finisher, Green Lakes Triathlon
2011 1st overall in T1 & T2, 4th overall finisher, Cazenovia Triathlon
Speedy transition is not an athletic skill base that requires an adaptation like swimming, biking and running; therefore, anyone can become faster over a period of days! Triathlon is ONE sport that people often confuse as three separate sports. Every second counts!
Space is limited, so please register for this free event by emailing: email@example.com