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The Armory Schedule

 

The Armory Schedule

 

Tri Something New for Your Fitness That’s Challenging, Fun and Part of a Team!!!

Train to participate in your first triathlon. If you are a member of The Armory Training Center, part of your membership includes training sessions for our Triathlon Training University (T2U). Starting in March, we will be offering training sessions, expert group instruction on how to swim, bike and run through your first triathlon. Use our CompuTrainers for your cycling efforts, VASA Trainers for swim development and we will have group swim sessions and group run sessions. Expand your fitness horizons!

The “Freshman” class of T2U ran the Club Med 2575 Spring Triathlon last week and the team brought home 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies. That’s a bonus. Just finishing your first triathlon will be an experience that you can’t understand until you do it!

The date is some time in August and as soon as it gets posted, we will let you know. You will have to sign up right away because this is one of the most popular Sprint Triathlons in the area. You will have a team helping you though!!

The Loggerhead Triathlon is one of the longest enduring triathlons in the state of Florida. Dating back to 1985, triathletes have made the trip to Jupiter year after year to enjoy the magnificent Oceanside setting, the family-friendly atmosphere, and the competition. Produced by the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce.

The event is held right in our backyard at Carlin Park. It is an approximately a 700 yard swim a 13 mile bike and a 3.1 mile run. Perfect location and distance for your first triathlon!!

The nice thing is also that the event is right here in our backyard. So you can train on the actual course and be as comfortable as possible.

Look for the details of the program to be posted this week!

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