Trial our TEAM package for two weeks for FREE and see how you can turn your winter fitness into race performance.

There is no obligation to join the Total Tri Training coached team at the end of the two week period but hopefully you will see the potential gains that you can make by being coached by us.

Sign up to your FREE two week coaching trial below.  You will join our TEAM coaching platform and get all of the benefits that our TTT athletes get including:

  • A guided and easy to follow training plan specific to sprint, olympic, half or full Ironman distance triathlon racing.
  • A training plan that is timed around your event including recovery and taper weeks as well as working around build up races to deliver the best results for your main event of the year.
  • Fortnightly group video call with our coaches. Wednesday nights at 8pm focus on education and relevant topics. They provide a great chance to listen to other athletes and coaches or ask any questions you may have.
  • E-mail contact with the team throughout the programme for any questions you may have.
  • All training zones tested and set for swim, bike and run to maximise the programme.
  • The Plan includes a full strength and conditioning plan all year round.
  • A Training Peaks account and all workouts delivered weekly via the app to your phone.


As we hurtle towards the end of January, Ironman Florida back in November feels like a long time ago.  Having enjoyed a great holiday in Orlando after the race, a hideous bout of what I think was Australian Flu knocked me out over the Christmas and New Year period. Now finally recovered, it’s time to think ahead to the goals for 2018.

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Congratulations to TTT athlete Greg Irving on completing IM Cozumel last weekend, this was his 5th !! IM of 2017. In what was a record breaking day for the professionals turned out to be a longer day for some of the AG athletes. Greg smashed the non-wetsuit swim with a 9 min PB to come out in 1.02. The bike was a 3 lap circular route on exposed roads to the wind (discs are banned), this obviously has advantages and disadvantages. Greg stuck to his power numbers and completed the bike in 6 hours exactly. The run by this time was getting pretty hot and the local organizers recognize this with 42 aid stations, 1 each KM to account for the heat. A good start over the first 10km was slowly undone due to serious GI issues. Greg battled on in the heat to complete his last IM of the season in 14.07. A lot learned in the last 30km of an IM but congratulations on completing a long and successful season. IMNZ next in 2018.