Category: Blog


My Top 10 Triathlons for 2019
1st February 2019

My Top 10 Triathlons for 2019

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

When it comes to planning your triathlon season and choosing which races to enter, ‘each to their own’ and rightly so. We all race for different reasons and there are many considerations that influence our decisions about where and when (and how far) to race. After all, for the vast majority of us who aren’t […]

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Happy New Year! TRTC is (almost) one year old!
4th January 2019

Happy New Year! TRTC is (almost) one year old!

by Terry Rodham in Blog 2 comments

I can hardly believe that almost an entire year has passed since I started TRTC. And it’s been an amazing year. I’m happier than I’ve ever been and working harder than I have in my whole life. Every day I’m doing work that I love, coaching and training some amazing athletes, each very different, with […]

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TRTC 2018 Advent Calendar – 24 triathlon training tips for the winter
1st December 2018

TRTC 2018 Advent Calendar – 24 triathlon training tips for the winter

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

Introducing the TRTC 2018 Advent Calendar with 24 triathlon training tips for your winter season. The holiday season is fast approaching and Advent calendars are an intrinsic part of our countdown to Christmas. I’d never really thought much about Advent beyond the traditional Advent calendars I use with my children every year – typically a […]

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10 Things To Do During Triathlon Off-Season
2nd November 2018

10 Things To Do During Triathlon Off-Season

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

The temperature has been dropping to single digits and we turned the clocks back this past weekend – a sure sign that Winter is fast approaching and the triathlon ‘off-season’ is upon us. You’ve been buzzing for months, having an amazing season of highs and lows, with targets to go for and the achievement of […]

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Going To Extremes
1st October 2018

Going To Extremes

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

Gemma Sisson has never considered herself an ‘athlete’. She’s ‘The Kitchen Mixer’, sole proprietor of a made-to-order cake company, dedicated to making life ‘that little bit sweeter’. As the sole owner/employee of this highly successful small business, she works hard, and a LOT! Like most of us, Gemma did sport at school and the odd […]

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Dream Big. Work Hard. Achieve More.
1st September 2018

Dream Big. Work Hard. Achieve More.

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

Tomorrow, on Sunday 2nd September, TRTC’s very own Ashley Roughton will be participating in the 70.3 Ironman Wold Championships in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Qualifying for an Ironman World Championships is a monumental achievement. More than 130,000 athletes from around the world vie for just 3,000 places every year and, for the majority of athletes, […]

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Always expect the unexpected in triathlon racing
1st August 2018

Always expect the unexpected in triathlon racing

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

Last year at Ironman Copenhagen my bike was stolen. I’d been training towards this specific Ironman for the better part of a year – I was in the best shape of my life, my training had been going really well, and I was peaking at just the right time. And I loved that bike; I […]

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5 Crucial Reasons to Have a Professional Bike Fit
1st July 2018

5 Crucial Reasons to Have a Professional Bike Fit

by Terry Rodham in Blog 0 comments

No matter your cycling ability or goals, there are 5 critical reasons to have your bike professionally fitted: Improved Aerodynamics = more speed Increased Comfort = greater enjoyment Enhanced Energy Efficiency = better power management Reduce/Eliminate Recurring Pain = so you hurt for the right reasons Prevent and Reduce Injury = so you don’t end […]

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Introducing the TRTC Blog!
5th June 2018

Introducing the TRTC Blog!

by Terry Rodham in Blog 3 comments

‘If we want something we’ve never had, we must do something we’ve never done’ Welcome to my new blog page, where every month I’ll be blogging about the challenges we face in becoming better triathlon athletes. As both a triathlete and a coach, every day I witness ordinary people achieving extraordinary things. But as a […]

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