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OUR PHILOSOPHY

Its a belief that true success, true potential, true peak performance all arise from one point: true health. Therefore the pursuit and purpose of training is to acquire the healthiest body, mind, and spirit, as these are the prerequisites for any true pinnacle experience. This is achieved by focusing on skill acquisition, learning and refining of technique, developing an acute awareness of where, how, and why the body moves, to the point that the athlete can execute skills, tactics, and strategies on demand even in stressful environments. The result: athletes live out their fullest potential in sport, and in life beyond sport.

OUR APPROACH

By learning how to initiate all movements move from one central point – the core – allows an athlete to train for all sports simultaneously, and allows the athlete to transfer power efficiently throughout their body minimizing stress, strain, and risks of injury and illness. The result of this type of training: athletes develop a degree of efficacy that allows them to outperform in any one sport, in all three sports, and to transition between each sport effortlessly.

OUR TRAINING EQUATION

Hi Repetition Technique Training [HRTT] = Build Capacity + Acquire Skill + Refine Technique

UPCOMING TRAINING

UPCOMING EVENTS

PERFORMANCE NEWS

Performance News posts are archived in RESULTS in the Main Menu

Welland Sprint & Super Sprint Triathlons & Relay

Welland Super Sprint Results – all
Welland Super Sprint Results – Juan
Welland Super Sprint Results – Patricia
Welland Super Sprint Results – Tom
Welland Sprint Triathlon Relay Results
Six (6) individual events and one (1) relay team and… everyone… I mean everyone podium’d! Wow! Click on the buttons to see everyone’s overall times and split times, and the individual buttons to see year over year comparisons. Juan knocked it out of the park with a 6min P.B. compared to last year… 6mins… awesome, and with that he took 2nd in the U19 Mens category and was 3rd Male Overall. Patricia set a 3min P.B. compared to last year… again… awesome. Patricia took 2nd place in the W50-59, Andres took 3rd in the M40-49, Gabe took 3rd place in the U19 Mens category and Carolina took 2nd in W40-49. As for Tom… Tom whose arm had to be twisted into doing a Super Sprint Tri Relay last year, was open to doing the Super Sprint this year and was rewarded with 1st place in his category M60-69. Finally, our family relay team in the Sprint distance triathlon went from initially being recorded as a DNF, then moved up to 3rd and finally with a photo to validate our finishing time, we were moved up to 1st. Next year this is gonna be tough to beat, but we have a year to put in the training to have everyone set course P.B.s.  Well done team! For those not going to Gatineau, we will see you at Kelso first and then at Caledon second.

Kelso Mountain Bike (MTB) Series

The season opened last night with sunny but cool conditions. Overall the trails were dry and compact with only a few damp spots. New this year… the Novice course will have ‘short cuts’ allowing the Novice race to truly be Novice. Technical sections that Sport & Expert levels can ride will be skipped by the Novices, and the opportunity is to split the field on the descents allowing the Novices to ride at their pace. With these new aspects to the series implemented, the race last night felt thinned out without as much passing required. As for TOETT athletes.. only a handful were on hand to start the season as many are skipping the early races to prep for a 2020 Worlds qualifying event in early July; we look forward to having the entire team on hand mid to late season.

Results

Race #7 – Tuesday July 2nd
Race #6 – Tuesday June 25th
Race #5 – results link here
Race #4 – results link here
Race #3 – results link here
Race #2 – cancelled d/t wet trails
Race #1 – results link here

Athletes by race category:

Novice:  Carolina, Gabe, Leslie, Juan & Andres

Sport:  Serena & Aimee

Expert:  Mark & MJ

Results

Race #14 – Tuesday Aug 20th
Race #13 – Tuesday Aug 13th
Race #12 – Tuesday Aug 6th
Race #11 – Tuesday June 30th
Race #10 – Tuesday July 23th
Race #9 – Tuesday July 16th
Race #8 – Tuesday July 9th

Impossible is potential

Impossible is temporary

Impossible is nothing

• Muhammad Ali •

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