Why choose us?
- 10K, 21K, 42K, 72K, 90K
- Data & HR Based Training
- Live Workouts
- Strength & Conditioning
- Video Form Analysis
- Community Access
- Bi-Monthly Review Call
- Monthly Tests
- All Features of Marathon Training
- Ironman 70.3 & Ironman
- Bi-Weekly Plans
- In-Race Nutrition
- Data-Driven Program
- Personalized Approach
- Access to International Content
- Race travel planning
- 8 Live Workouts/Month
- Form Correction
- Goal-Based Training
- Access to Community
- Access to Knowledge Material
- Daily Motivation
- Diverse Workouts Every Week
- Group Photos Every Week
Trifantry is a coaching platform for all things Ironman, Marathons & ultra-fitness. It aims to coach amateur athletes in Running, Cycling, Swimming, Strength & Conditioning through personalized Data-Driven & Science-based training programs.
Yes, this will help you get the most out of your workout. Decide which muscle groups you want to work on, whether you’re doing a strength session or a HIIT workout and what equipment you’ll need. Then, think about how many reps and sets you’re going to perform. That way, you won’t waste time procrastinating and you’ll work harder as a result.
A good workout week doesn’t necessarily mean training every day. Three to four gym or home workouts each week is enough if you work as hard as you can in each session. Try to balance the week with a mix of cardio, HIIT, strength and yoga or Pilates. However, when it comes to being active you should aim to move as much as you can every day – whether that’s with brisk walking, jogging, swimming, gardening or putting your all into the housework!
This depends on your fitness levels, what type of training you’re doing and what intensity you’re training at. Just remember, something is always better than nothing. If you only have 30 minutes, try to fit in a quick HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workout or go for a run.
If you’re doing a strength workout, set aside more time for warming up and mobilising to help avoid injury and make sure you’re getting enough rest between sets. Either way, you definitely don’t need to be slogging it out for hours!
If you want to see real change in your body you need to mix up your routine. The body quickly adapts to exercise and if you continue to do the same workout or use the same weights, it will plateau as it stops responding to the training stimulus. Increase frequency, intensity or the type of training as often as you can.
The human body was meant to be active, healthy and fit. Running is a great way to burn calories, fat, reduce cardiovascular diseases and to just get some fresh air and that heart of yours pumping. And the best thing? You don’t need any experience. Running is easy, once you learn to listen to your body and work out the kinks to your abilities and level of fitness.
This is the “real deal,”. Not only is it the most mentally and physically challenging feat of human fitness (hello, 140.6 miles!) but it’s also a huge investment to train properly. Each year, over 96,000 athletes register to compete in Ironman races, representing over 90 countries, regions and territories.
This triathlon distance requires a 2.4 mile swim (3.9K), 112 mile bike (180.2K), and 26.2 mile run (42.2K). Depending on your fitness level, course conditions, and the weather on race day, you can expect to complete these three legs in about 10 to 17 hours. Novices may require six to nine months to be ready for this distance, while experienced triathletes may only require four to six months.
1. Bike 2. Tri Clothing 3. Wetsuit
4. Swim Cap 5. Goggles 6. Lubricant
7. Cycling Shoes 8. Running Shoes 9. Nutrition/Hydration
10. Helmet 11. Sunglasses 12. Sunscreen
13. Flat Repair Kit 14. Running Hat 15. Race Number Belt
16. Heart Rate Monitors 17. Transition Bag
With Athlete-First Approach, we coach from the very basics of biomechanics to the science of running, cycling and swimming.
The Coaching methodology is location agonist, so you train anytime, anywhere in the world.
With Trifantry, your fitness becomes a No-Brainer, where every aspect of your training including Form, Fitness, Fatigue, Training Plans, Training Nutrition, Recovery, Progress will be measured weekly, altered in Real-time, delivered to you under the coaches direct guidance!
You will see changes in your physiology within a few weeks, putting you on a path of lifelong fitness!
1. Your training will be structured properly
2. You can exert all your mental energy in nailing your workouts
3. A coach can deliver consistent motivation and guide you properly
4. You will learn more efficiently
5. You will get faster
Here is the short answer to this question: it takes about 24 weeks for an average person (who has never done an Ironman) to train for an Ironman triathlon assuming that on day one of that training they could finish a 70.3 distance triathlon in under 8 hours on the first day of that training.
24 weeks is about 6 months – give or take.