Please join us >> Never-Evers and Newbies. Open to all, bring a friend. Q&A will follow the address. Thurs March 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Year One in Triathlon
Santa Monica Library
MLK Multimedia Room
601 Santa Monica Blvd. 90401
Members, RSVP in our RSVP/Polls section.
It's the world-famous LA Tri Club/TTS Coaching SPRING TRAINING CAMP! Thursday April 10th, check-in that evening... and camp ends on Sunday, April 13th.
Have some big race plans in 2014? Doing your first Ironman?
Or, do you just want to focus on your training for a few days, with experts and triathletes surrounding you?
Then this Camp is for you!
From Thursday, April 10th at 6:00 pm, through Sunday, April 13th at 11:00 am, the 2014 camp will be held at Lake San Antonio Resort/Lake Nacimiento -- outside Paso Robles - homes to WILDFLOWER triathlons.
SPACE IS LIMITED
ALL LEVELS WELCOME
You'll check in at 6:00 pm or after (per your schedule, YES, it's okay to arrive Friday Morning)... and, you'll check out after morning workout and a meal on Sunday. You should be on your way home by lunchtime (after you've eaten, of course!).
Members their Guests are welcome to attend.
Purchase your Slot under our MEMBERS tab, in our RSVP/Polls.
CABIN STAY Slot: $395
CAMPING STAY Slot: $135
top tier COACHING by Ian Murray and Jamie Silber
sports or restorative massage session
training course support (sag)
Daily Led- restorative stretch & yoga session
Daily training suggested schedule for swim / bike / run by TTS Coaching
Group gatherings for lunch and dinner
Wildflower BEST PERFORMANCE & Survival Clinic
S.W.A.G. (Stuff We All Get)
Saturday Night Group Dinner is included with the slot purchase.
Further Details, Itinerary and Directions will go out to participants about 10-days prior to Camp.
LATC and its new sponsor Road Runner Sports, is hosting the BEST FUN RUN OF THE YEAR!
DESCRIPTION: We all meet at Road Runner Sport's new store in Santa Monica. Then you'll be grouped into random teams of 4 and go out for a SCAVENGER RUN!
Teams will receive a sealed envelope containing their first clue. Your team with work in concert to solve, locate and collect items sending you all over the immediate area.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A FAST RUNNER, TEAM WORK AND YOUR SENCE OF ADVENTURE WILL PREVAIL!
Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams and did I not mention the RAFFEL?!
Everything from a Rudy Project Helmet, RRS Gift Certificates and much much more!
Friends and Family are welcome! And remember, all LATC'ers can SAVE UP TO 20% while shopping at RRS!
Event Date: 4:30 PM, Sunday, February 23, 2014
Event Cost: Free
Location: Road Runner Sports 1338 4th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401 90mins of FREE PARKING: Next Door in Lot
Each year we hold a special YEP (Year End Party & banquet) at which we look back over the last season and celebrate. In January, we celebrated the 2013 at the Luxe Hotel on Sunset Blvd. A few hundred members and guests came together for an evening of dinner, awards and dancing. For those who were not able to join us, here are some of the awards highlights.Click Here for photos by member-shutterbug GO SHIGGY GO, Shiggy Ichinomiya.
and LA Tri Club team up and introduce new "hive" designs for 2014.
The 2013 current club-kit design will continue to be offered in our online store with Pactimo throughout 2014. We are now additionally offering the new "hive" design in all items and in two color combinations -- the "club" colors and a pink (replacing red) version.
Pactimo offers LA Tri Club members anytime/on-demand ordering of the size and style garment they wish, with an 8-week turnaround. The garments are made after the order is placed, so please allow 8-weeks for delivery.
To shop for other LA Tri Club accessories including TIMEX IRONMAN watches, doggie tee shirts, hats & visors -- and more - Visit the LA Tri Club online store HERE
Athletes - Get CPR & First Aid Certified!! Open for Members + Guests. Please RSVP in our rsvp/polls.
DAY: Sunday, Nov. 17
TIME: 10am. Class is 4-hours with breaks, so allow for 10am-2:30pm at least.
COST: $55 per person.
LOCATION: DISC Sport & Spine Center in Marina del Rey at 13160 Mindanao Way #325 Marina del Rey, California 90292.
LUNCH: Bring snacks/lunch for yourself. Breaks will not be long enough to leave building.
--Adult, Child, and Infant CPR.
--Choking Procedures (Heimlich Maneuver)
--Prudent Heart Living
--Recognizing and treating Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Seizures.
--Pediatric Basic Life Support (PBLS)
--Risk Factors for Heart Disease, Heart Attack, and Stroke.
--Emergency Response Training
--Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS-C)
Please let me know if you have any questions. email@example.com
Hey LATC! Who’s heading south next month for Life Time Tri Oceanside?Racing in Oceanside has always been a special way for me to kick off my season and now with the LT Tri Series event in October, it could be a great place to end your year too! This race is a brand new race in the Life Time Tri Series, the team who produces the CapTex, Minneapolis, Chicago and now the NYC Tri. Life Time focuses on Sprint/International courses, and knows how to put on a quality race- I know as I raced in every race in the series in 2011. Oceanside is perfect for anyone looking to wrap-up their season with a bang. It’s also perfect timing for anyone preparing for IMAZ or even Oceanside 70.3 (nearly identical course). If you don’t care to race, come and check out some of the best pro's compete for the Elite Series Championship. The elite championship race features 60 pros competing for $250,000 in prize money, including last year's series winners Cam Dye and Sarah Haskins as well as some perennial favorites such as Ben Collins, Alicia Kaye and Hunter Kemper. There’s also a $50K bonus awarded to their new Toyota Triple Crown equalizer competition. That’s huge! **REGISTER HERE: http://www.oceansidetri.com/** Last thing, if you do not make it down to Oceanside, come see me on Monday(Oct 21st) at 6:30pm at the Santa Monica Library. LATC has always been such a great host and I hope to spend some time answering questions, sharing war stories and getting to know each of you better. -- Open to Everyone! Members, please RSVP in our rsvp/polls. 6:30 PM >> Santa Monica Public Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401, MLK Multi-Media Room.
Hi. We're Kramer and Konrad. We're the LA Tri Club "Newbie Advisors." Not only that, we're the only Newbie Advisors the club has ever had. In fact, we're the first Newbie Advisors the club has ever had. Because we invented the position so that we could be on the board. Um. Trying again: "Because we love newbies!"
Kramer has been in the club since 2006 and Konrad, since 2001. We were newbs once, too, and we remember how exhilarating but sometimes intimidating LA Tri Club can be. So we figured we would help newbies and newbies-at-heart get the most out of this great club.
So we figured we'd make a list.
People love lists. And people love triathlon. And we love newbies. So we figured what better premise for an article than a list specifically for newbie triathletes.
What is a newbie? We get asked that a lot. Does it mean...
* Someone who is new to endurance athletics? Yes
* Someone who has done athletics but is new to triathlon? Yes
* Someone who is an accomplished athlete but new to LATC? Yes
* Someone who isn't quite sure how they got to this website or what a triathlon is and is completely confused but also strangely intrigued? Most definitely.
So unless you are a veteran triathlete who has been in the Club for years, this article is for you. And if you are, you'll probably still learn something. We're just that good.
Zone 3 Multisport, conveniently located at Centinela and Santa Monica Blvd. in Santa Monica, is your friendly, local multisport shop. We’re staffed by highly-experienced and competitive cyclists, runners, and triathletes and our owners have raced alongside LA Tri Club’s founders since day one. The atmosphere here is welcoming and inclusive. You may come to shop, but end up chatting away over training or racing – that’s how we roll!
We cater to everyone from beginners to pro triathletes, offering a wide range of products and services including top-quality bicycles from Orbea, Look and Kestrel; wetsuits by Orca, Blue Seventy and Aquaman and a great selection of apparel, accessories, training gear and nutritionals for all of your multisport needs. And we’re proud of the fact that many of the items we carry won’t be found in other stores around town.
My boyfriend James and I were hiking up to the summit of Mount Baldy, elevation 10,064 feet a couple of weeks ago. The rocky knoll ahead of us seemed insurmountable. It might as well have been Mount Everest, which is why I averted my gaze from what lay ahead and instead, kept staring at my dusty hiking boots imagining myself as a machine.
I'm not schizophrenic but a nagging voice inside my head was telling me I would not be able to climb this mountain.
"Don't kid yourself," the voice mocked me.
I had to come clean to James about my doubts. When I asked him if he could imagine doing a trail run here he showed off by pretending to run up the mountain. Meanwhile, my face was hot and my heart was beating fast.
"I have something to tell you," I said gravely. He appeared to brace himself but he kept going.
"I'm a poser. You, my friends, everyone. You all have this false impression of me as being this fit triathlete but I feel like I'm out of shape. I'm already tired and we still have hours of hiking up this thing."
I saw him breathe a sigh of relief and then he went on to tell me how in my age group, I'm probably in the top 1 or 2 percent in terms of fitness. I listened, was secretly flattered, but I was not convinced. A little over a year ago, I was a chubby couch-dweller.