Kyle Halloran

4th-week, june, new-york, olympic, tsa-northeast, triathlon, tsa-north-america

New York City Triathlon coaching and training planning

What our coaches say about the race

The New York City Triathlon is an incredible bucket list race that allows you to watch some of the fastest pros in the world go head to head before taking on the course yourself. With a supportive current on the swim, one spectator once noted that a bag of Cheetos made it through the swim course in under 18 minutes :) . The bike course will make you work hard to get you to the run, but it is worth it once you make your way through Central Park. —Coach Kyle Halloran TSA Level I Coach

half-ironman, tsa-northeast, connecticut, 1st-week, triathlon, top-rated, june, hilly, tsa-north-america

Connecticut 70.3 coaching and training planning

What our coaches say about the race

Connecticut 70.3 is a fantastic test of early season fitness with 3800 feet of climbing on the bike and an additional 900 feet on the run. With early summer temperatures typically on the cooler side, the most important part of managing this course (besides enjoying the beautiful New England views) is controlling your efforts on the many hills and not burning too many matches early in the race. Do this, and you’re sure to start your season off on the right foot.

— Kyle Halloran, TSA Level I Coach

half-ironman, tsa-northeast, triathlon, tsa-north-america, september, 3rd-week, new-jersey

Atlantic City 70.3 Coaching and Training Plan

What our coaches say about the race

Atlantic City 70.3 begins with a sheltered back bay swim sure to get the waters churning in your direction. From there, athletes will head to the bike course, which is 99% closed, and make their way into Atlantic City via the Atlantic City Expressway, which is appropriate because bike speeds promise to be FAST! Finally, athletes will run their way up and down the boardwalk while enjoying a fantastic ocean view. With just over 1000 feet of elevation between the bike and the run course, times are sure to be fast as long as you can keep your core temperature down and pace yourself well. . — Kyle Halloran TSA Level I Coach.