Welcome To Experience Triathlon!
Want to learn to swim, get faster on the bike, or run longer? Experience Triathlon can help you reach your goals. We provide private and group coaching for all aspects of endurance training such as swimming, cycling, running, triathlon, nutrition and strength conditioning.Do your first 5K run race or step up to your dream of doing a marathon or the Ironman triathlon.
We have year round group programs, clubs, classes, events, massage, performance testing and training camps for athletes living in the Chicago area, and we provide personal coaching to athletes around the world via online customized training plans
At Experience Triathlon we believe that anything is possible! Triathlon is so much more than a race – it is a powerful, profound life experience that can help you unleash your unlimited potential to change your life in amazing ways, long after you cross the finish line. Whether you are a first timer or a veteran athlete, come work with Experience Triathlon coaches who provide education, workouts and a training plan that is safe, healthy and fun. Make new friends who share your enthusiasm and encourage you on the journey. Arrive at the starting line prepared, confident and injury-free. Get ready to transform your dreams into reality. Experience Triathlon – where being a winner is as important as being the winner.
- The ET Naperville Sprint Triathlon is coming on Sunday August 7, 2016 and we need help! Volunteer positions are available on the Transition Team. If …Read More »
- ET Tri Club wins 1st place for the second year in a row in the IRONMAN TriClub Division II competition at Racine 70.3! HUGE congrats …Read More »
- Announcing a Team dinner opportunity for the night before Racine! Here are the details: Who: Whoever would like to join us…all are welcome! What: …Read More »
- R.S.V.P. deadline date extended to Tuesday 7/19/16 A summer afternoon of food and fun with the ET family! – July 24 It’s not all …Read More »
- By Kirsten J. When I started out on my journey to Muncie Ironman 70.3, I had just finished out my 2015 season of a few …Read More »
- by Traci K. Coach Joe regularly talks about the world famous ET Cheer Crew and #ETsn80, but I never really knew what that meant until …Read More »
- by Elena D. I came to the sport of triathlons in 2014 after watching several Naperville events while working traffic control. I was so moved …Read More »
- by Cathy O. As I reflect on my Ironman race in Arizona, I recall having a plethora of emotions ranging from excitement, doubt, solitude, misery, …Read More »
- By Coach Sarah I’m going to go out on a limb here, and suggest that most of us probably don’t like having flaws uncovered in …Read More »
- by Coach Sarah. We’ve all had a point in training where we feel we unravel, and things come undone. Usually this presents itself when we …Read More »
- by Coach Sarah I’d like to propose two things about this dreaded wonderful pastime. Foam rolling 5-10 minutes a day will make you more relaxed …Read More »
- by Coach Judie Remember that off-season article you just read? The one that said you should get into a master’s program over the winter to …Read More »
- Sports drinks are for training or events lasting 60-90 minutes or longer. When planning your hydration strategy, consider the temperature, electrolyte needs and energy needs. …Read More »
- Incorporate dynamic stretching exercises prior to your workout such as jogging in place with high knees, side-to-side leg swings, walking lunges and forward/backward arm swings. …Read More »
- Taking supplements? If your sports food has a “Supplement Facts” panel, it’s a supplement. Regulation is aftermarket (the FDA can take unsafe products off the …Read More »
- Learn the difference between pain and discomfort. Pain indicates injury, discomfort indicates improvement. Bob Hammond is a USAT certified Triathlon Coach and Run Coach …Read More »