Category: Coaching

Periodization

Periodizaton – are you doing it? The cornerstone of Kinesiology and life-balance. Knowing and planning how to schedule pressure with rejuvenation. Pressure and stress are good. It’s how we cause change and growth physically as well as in our life.  But, just as important is the cycle of rejuvenation and rest. Without planned recovery, you will […]

Flow-State Training

The Concept of Flow-State Training: We train by numbers and we have the equipment and technology that make it interesting and entertaining. This is one of the founding pillars of TCR, “making sense of the numbers and applying it to your workouts.”  We want to introduce and make you aware of another concept called “Flow-state.” […]

Off-season & Online

We love our summers but we have go through long winters. This means a-lot of indoor training on treadmills and trainers. Today, there are multiple online platforms to keep us engaged and structured. However, is it all good and are there any negative side affects to our online obsession? Our coaches at TCR give us […]

Online Personal Training at TCR

Let Us Help You Move Better At TCR we like to incorporate all aspects of fitness in your training. Part of that training is proper movement and strength. To be strong weather it is on the bike, running or everyday life you need to start with good foundations of movement and an awareness of your […]

Personalized Coaching

The Value Of Being Coached

Personalized Coaching I see a lot of athletes come through TCR and not everyone refers to themselves in that way… ‘athlete’… but you are. If you have the dedication to do Computrainer, triathlon training, altitude or strength sessions, you are improving your overall health by taking charge and being active so regardless of whether or […]

My Journey To KONA

I think every triathlete dreams of someday biking along the infamous Queen K highway and running through the notorious Energy Lab, scene of so many epic Ironman (IM) battles. But how to realise that dream? I started racing Ironmans back in 2011 when my youngest of my 3 kids was 5 years. It was a […]