Tag Archives: swim coaching

Diary of a novice Triathlete – Day Six

I intended to run on Friday night but a bit of late work and an early appointment at the school fundraiser ‘QuizMex’ put pay to that. Quizmex combined, for me, flagons of Mexican beers, nachos, chilli, sour cream and the like. The worst possible start to a weekend trying to stay away from temptation – I’ve never been good at that.

Majorca Training Camp and Pole Position!

Hello everyone, I am just chilling out after a few days of resting from the RG Active Training Camp in Majorca. The Camp was a MASSIVE success and Dermott comes home this Sunday after he took over from myself when I returned on Wednesday. I am not sure if any of you have seen the […]

Testimonials from Customers!

Hello everyone, I received this lovely email from an RG Active Client called Joanne and thought it would be good to post it on the Blog. Here is what Joanne wrote: I met John about a week before I was due to take part in the UK 70.3 in June 2008. We had a brief […]

Triathlon Open Water Swimming…. things to think about!

Hello everyone, One of the things we do a lot of through the summer is hold Open water swim training sessions. Open water swimming is one of the things that people coming into the sport of triathlon have little or no experience of doing. Swimming in open water can be a very scary and daunting […]

Better late than never!

Hello everyone, I am sorry that I have not been on here for a while, I will be back on again regularly from now on so don’t worry! I have been sorting out all the open water swimming and with the weather being so miserable have been keeping a close eye on the water temperatures. […]