Training Options

Select from a’la carte customized training options to race specific group training. A variety of triathlon training options are available to you. Please see below for class descriptions, scheduled classes can be viewed on the calendar or you can contact Kathy Goody for scheduling appointment only training options.

A’la Carte Classes

A’la carte classes feature sport specific training on the day/time you select. Training is offered month to month with the flexibility to start/stop at any time and priority of training on your specific goals or a broad introduction. Scheduling is subject to coach availability.

Intermediate Tri Class
So you have done a race or two and are looking for a plan to follow as well as a group to train with. We will take your triathlon training to the next level.

Intermediate Tri Swim
So you know how to swim but are looking for a group to train with. We will do some drill work but mostly work on building strength and endurance to gain speed in the water.

Beginner Class
Tri Swim includes stroke analysis and evaluation with lots of drill work and technique and progresses from the very beginner start up techniques to race ready for swimming efficiency as well as triathlon skills for racing.

Strength for Triathletes
A much neglected part of the triathlete is the stretching and strength needed to keep you injury free and performing at your best all season long. This class will improve performance.

By Appointment Only

Triathlon Personal Training includes fitness testing with detailed personal training plan using heart rates and state of the art customized workouts. We will address core and over all strength in each discipline and use our one on one sessions to accomplish your goals. Private Swim Lessons EVEN FOR THE NON SWIMMER includes every aspect of the freestyle swim stroke. Learn to swim again by going back to the basics and working on breathing, balance in the water and stroke efficiency and so much more. INTERESTED in a Specialized Class? You and at least 3 friends can meet with me and we will design your class. I’ll set up a class for you and we’ll cover all the aspects of SWIM/BIKE/RUN and so much more.

No swim, No problem
I specialize in the beginner and non swimmer.
I had to learn from scratch as an adult. I can help.

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Swim and Transition Clinic for Huntersville Sprint Triathlon

Join USAT Certified Coach Kathy Goody for this unique opportunity. We’ll cover race day from beginning to end, including everything from packet pick-up to race day nutrition.
 

Get Your Feet Wet Triathlon Training

Train for the Huntersville Sprint and make the most of your first or your best race to date. Take advantage of training on the course and improve your transition time, familiarity and comfort level and each leg of the race. Select from our 4 month or 3 month start options in January or February.
Email Kathy Goody or call 704-766-2236 for more information.

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TAC provides adults and children with the tools they need to participate and compete in triathlons. TAC has group training sessions, conditioning programs, workshops and clinics. TAC also builds camaraderie and sportsmanship through socials, training weekends, and cooperative activities with other organizations.

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Summer | Winter Kids Tri Camp

summer-camp-2014HFFA knows that summer and winter breaks should be full of fun, keeping kids busy and maintaining a healthy structure for building life long habits. Kids Triathlon camps feature a full experience of swim, bike, run making for an exciting and ever changing day of learning and improving their abilities in each of these three disciplines.

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Kathy Goody – Triathlon Trainer

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USAT CERTIFIED YOUTH AND JUNIOR COACH

My first experience in elite competition was in rowing, initially at the collegiate level and ultimately in national and International events. After taking a break from racing to start a family in 2000 I started competing in triathlons in 2000. In 2007 I raced the White Lake Half Iron distance and qualified for Long Course Worlds in Lorient, France placing 4th in my age group with a time of 4:50.36. In 2008 I won the 35-39 age group at St. Anthony’s Triathlon, the largest US Olympic distance race, with a 2:22.16. In 2009 I qualified for Duathlon Worlds and placed 9th in the 10k run 24 mile bike 5k run with a time of 2:12.17. In 2010 I placed 4th in the IOSNCTS in the Masters Open division and our team from Blue Ridge Relay ran 208 miles at an 7:23 pace.

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“The body achieves what the mind believes.”