Triathlon Training Classes


Most of us are more likely to show up to a training session when we know we have training partners relying on our company. We become accountable to our training community which is a powerful motivator.

Our consultation page lists additional services to further develop your training and racing experience.


Winter 2021

  • CSS Development / Technique Endurance – Tuesday – Glenmore 6:30-7:30 am
  • CSS Development / Technique Endurance – Tuesday – MRU 5:30-6:30 pm
  • Red Mist – Wednesday – MRU 7:30-8:45 pm
  • CSS Development / Technique Endurance – Thursday – Glenmore 6:30-7:30 am
  • CSS Development / Technique Endurance – Saturday – MRU 10:45-11:45 am

Winter sessions are scheduled to start in early January 2021. Check back here for updates.

All fall group sessions have been suspended due to COVID-19. If you are interested in some swim guidance and structure, consider the LYNX virtual swim squad. You will receive 3 swim sessions per week in your own personal account in the Final Surge online platform. There is coach oversight to monitor your progress and answer your swim training questions along the way. The cost is $80 per month and you can start at anytime.

Winter 2021 Pricing (includes GST)

  • One 60 minute group swim per week $84 for the month
  • One 75 minute group swim per week $100 for the month
  • Drop-in 60 minute swim – 5 pack $105
Note: For insurance purposes, a valid TriAB annual membership is required for all swim sessions.

Swim Sessions Defined

  • Pure Technique:

    The emphasis here is on drill and technique work with plenty of recovery and tips on how to refine your individual stroke. You can expect feedback during this session on how to properly perform the drills and also receive tips on your stroke.

  • CSS Development:

    If you want to improve your speed and pacing skills in distances greater than 400m, then this is the place for you. These sessions will simultaneously improve your technique and swim fitness by using Critical Swim Speed (CSS) training.  We will do specific fitness testing to determine your personal CSS pace and re-test regularly to monitor your progress. With improved technique and swim fitness, you will find you can maintain good form for longer periods of time which results in swimming faster and more efficiently on race day. Tempo trainers are used during these sessions but are not required.

  • Technique Endurance:

    These sessions are a great way to keep your technique tuned up while you focus on improving your endurance and are a great compliment to a weekly CSS development workout. They are a happy medium between the Pure Technique and the longer, harder “Red Mist” endurance sessions. You can expect some drill work, longer aerobic intervals, and feedback on your stroke during these sessions. Tempo trainers are used but are not required.

  • Red Mist:

    The infamous Swim Smooth “Red Mist” session is the hardest and longest session of the week. Distance covered usually ranges between 4,000-5,000m.  This 75-90 minute swim is the cornerstone of the Ironman and 70.3 crew given how good it is at preparing you for these distances.  Can you hold off the “Red Mist” from descending on you when you’re not feeling your best? You can expect feedback during these sessions on how well you are sticking to your target pace and you will have an excited coach urging you on as you inevitably fatigue!


Computrainer Classes:

  • Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:05pm
  • Mondays or Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:00am

Winter 2020 Pricing (includes GST)

  • One 60 minute ride per week – TBD based on start date
  • Two 60 minute rides per week – TBD based on start date

Sessions are held in The Revolution Studio in the Jewish Community Centre 

These power based classes are created by Trev Williams of The Doctrine and led by Trev Williams and Laura Connolly for LYNX club members in The Revolution Studio inside the JCC.  Indoor classes provide a great opportunity to work on your cycling in an environment that is more educational, fun and social than your basement! The fall session runs October 5, 2020 – December 16, 2020 and includes some fitness testing to establish your Functional Threshold Power (FTP). You are required to bring your bike,  computrainers are provided. Winter term runs January 6, 2021 – April 28, 2021.

Note: There are additional cycling class options available at the JCC studio and the downtown Engine Room studio. You can find a complete listing of indoor cycling options here.


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