TX3 Triathlon Club

TX3 Triathlon  Training Club

Back for 2021-22.  November – July

We are excited to launch another year of triathlon training through our TX3 program here at TCR. The membership program is suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced and for all distances.

Full COVID safety protocols will be in place for all in person sessions as we closely monitor the ever-evolving situation.

We will be offering multiple swim time options, with morning and evening time options, as well as both in person and online ZOOM weekday bike classes.

As always, the mainstay of our program will be our Saturday Brick sessions that we will be able to bring to you in person again this year!

Space is strictly limited to 32 this fall so contact us today.

2021-22 TX3 Membership
November 1 – July 31


  • Bike @ TCR & Zoom
  • Saturday Brick @ TCR 7AM or 1PM
  • No Swim
  • Must specify time for Brick



  • Bike at TCR & Zoom
  • Saturday Brick @ TCR 7AM or 1PM
  • 1 Swim at Kilarney Pool 6AM or Canyon Meadows 6PM
    Tues or Thurs
  • Must specify time/day for Brick and Swims



  • Bike at TCR & Zoom
  • Saturday Brick @ TCR 7AM or 1PM
  • 2 Swims at Kilarney Pool 6AM or Canyon Meadows 6PM
    Tues or Thurs
  • Must specify time/day for Brick and Swims


Bike at TCR – in person

  • 6:00AM Tues or Thurs
  • 9:30AM Tues
  • 6:00PM Wed or Thurs
  • Riders must sign in for each class

Zoom Bike

  • 6:00AM Wed or Fri
  • 5:00PM Tues
  • Riders must sign in for each class

Membership Benefits

20% off our TCR Services

Bike Fitting

VO2 & Lab assessments

Run Analysis

TX3 Coaching Staff:

  • Head Coach: Selina Campbell
  • Swim Coach: Mary Jessey
  • Cycling Coach: Selina Campbell
  • Strength Coach: Brianna Horton
  • Exercise Physiologist & Bike Fitting: Cory Fagan

Our goal is to provide with you a well-rounded program that suits all your triathlon needs.  Welcome to our triathlon family!

TX3 Triathlon Training Philosophy

Combining all the training and physiology services under one program allows for optimization of performance and cost-effective. More importantly, training in a supportive environment with teammates on a weekly basis is invaluable and fun!

TCR has invested heavily in the latest education and access to research and development to pioneer new and unique technologies and training strategies. As such, we advocate and follow the POL approach (polarized training plan). Research shows that maximal gains (and minimal injury) occur when an individual spends approximately 75-80% of their time training in Z1-2 and 20-25% of the time is dedicated to high-intensity intervals. Given this plan, participants should be prepared to do some Z1-2 work on their own to achieve the necessary training time in this zone. We encourage people to have fun with this as your training doesn’t have to be all swim/bike/run. Skiing (downhill or cross country), snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking are all activities that count!

In addition, you will be able to take advantage of our new altitude chamber and all the advantages that altitude training conveys to an endurance athlete.

    Space is limited to just 32 spots so call 403 270 9453 or email us to register and secure your place.