THE PLAYTRI APP
Are you ready to find your finish line? The Playtri App provides customized triathlon training built around your goals, your ability level and your schedule! It's simple to use, and it's built on the same load-based training system as our signature Individual Coaching programs. The Playtri App includes:
Testing to determine athlete strengths and weaknesses
A custom plan based on your goal and abilities
Workouts built around your schedule
Educational videos to support your training program
Training options are available for Super Sprint, Sprint, Olympic and Half Iron/70.3 distance triathlon, as well as Sprint duathlon (run-bike-run).
YOUR FIRST TWO WEEKS ARE FREE!
Visit the App Store on your Apple device today and get started with training TODAY!
Work with an individual coach of your choice to achieve long-term improvements and success. Playtri coaches utilize a data-driven training approach to help the individual athlete reach his or her potential.
Playtri Coaching is powered by TrainingPeaks
Individual athlete coaching is the signature training style of the Playtri brand. We have been working one-on-one with athletes all over the world to help them achieve their goals for almost 20 years.
Athletes may request any of the current Playtri coaching staff as their individual coach, though some coaches may have limited availability due to current athlete load. We encourage you to explore our Meet the Coaches page to learn more about our fantastic team.
If you're looking for a full-immersion training and education experience, look no further than Playtri Training Camps. Playtri Camps include intensive training sessions, educational lectures, and of course the camaraderie that comes along with long days of swimming, biking, and running together.
MEET THE COACHES
Meet our team of experienced coaches! Playtri coaches boast a wider range of both athletic and coaching experience - whatever your goals, we've got a great fit for you on the team.
BECOME A PLAYTRI COACH
Interested in learning how to take the next (or first) step in your coaching career?