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​​​​our coaching Pilosophy

Adaptability
Setting goals is only part of the journey: A biking and triathlete must always adjust. We aim to develop an intuitive flexibility – responding to our bodies and our lives – to prevent burnout or injury.

5 pillars of ironman training​​​​



Do you ever feel like you can do more than you or other’s think? Do you feel that no one understand your dreams or think that you have the potential to overcome all challenges? The name Forever Tri comes from our passion for the sport, but most important, we believe people can achieve a goal, like finishing an IRONMAN, which will last forever in their lives. 


We believe in your dreams and goals. Through our personal experience, education, and passion, together, we create a roadmap that fits into your busy life. No matter your fitness condition, we help you to a greater sense of accomplishment and empowerment, preventing overwhelm, stress and injury along the way. We provide accountability and support, guiding you all the way while answering all of your questions and concerns. 

Our commitment is to help you achieve your fitness dreams and goals while balance training with family, work and other life obligations. This also includes arriving on race day confident in your abilities to complete and enjoy the moment!​​

Balance
Triathlon is a sport in and of itself, not a combination of swimming, and running. We balance our strengths and weaknesses to become athletes who train and race holistically.

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Consistency
Triathletes weave together work, family and challenging workout schedules. The road to the finish line is paved with a realistic program that allows us to constantly invest to go farther. 

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Recovery
Successful training incorporates a spectrum of intensity, from full-throttle workouts to rest and recovery. It’s the valleys that make the peaks possible and both are essential to real progress.

Endurance
An athlete’s training should reflect the sport and triathlons are ultimately testsof endurance. We subscribe to a simple maxim: If you can sustain, you will succeed.

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