Tri Alliance offers a wide range of products and services to our Athletes and the general public. With locations in Melbourne, Brisbane and Gold Coast we have the largest range of Coaches, programs, training and support to take your triathlon experience to the next level.
Tri Alliance offer a wide range of training options to suit you and your goals as an individual, group, or organisation. Our programs are suitable for beginners in triathlon or fitness, through to the elite athlete and Ironman. Our programs are designed to help you reach your goals whether they be general fitness, health and well being or race specific in the sports of swimming, cycling, running and triathlon.
Tri Alliance specialise in developing beginners in the sport of triathlon. So if you are looking for a new sport to get involved in, wanting a change from the usual gym routine or want to try a triathlon simply for the experience – Tri Alliance can help you get there Read more…
Tri Alliance offers a wide range of services to our Athletes and the general public. Our Melbourne Team has brand new facilities located in Port Melbourne, with an in house testing lab has a wide range of state of the art programs to take your training to the next level.
Tri Alliance offers a wide range of products and services to our Athletes and the general public. All products are shipped form TAHQ in Melbourne and can take between 5-7 working days. Choose your shipping/postage option via a purchase through the online shop. CLICK HERE to browse our Tri Shop
The key to a safe ride is to always be aware of the conditions we find ourselves in, and to react accordingly. Most important is consideration of the road and traffic conditions and the riders around us including what they are … Continue reading →
Pedal Like a Pro A smooth and efficient pedal stroke is critical to cycling performance. Even the french have a word for it; ‘souplesse’ pedaling motion which gives the appearance of effortless pedaling whilst delivering maximum power transfer. In reality the pedal stroke is … Continue reading →
10 tips to become a better athlete without additional training. As Coaches we strive to help athletes get the most out of themselves. But other than simply training more, here are 10 simple ways to help you become a better … Continue reading →
5 Concepts to ensure you are getting the most from your training Triathlon is a hard sport. Not only in terms of mastering swim, bike and run but also maximising our training time. One that thing that we would all … Continue reading →
In training and racing, we often see helmets being worn incorrectly. This is a guide to the correct way of adjusting and wearing your helmet (on your head). Safety Sticker Check that your helmet (bought in Australia) meets the (approved) … Continue reading →
1. The tumble Forget the wall and start by practicing forward rolls in the water. While treading water, get your head down quickly and go into a forward roll all the way over. Start with using your hands in a breaststroke motion … Continue reading →
“There’s no such thing as bad weather – just bad clothing choices.” When you’re riding on a cold, wet and windy day you want to be as warm and comfortable as you can. This is a guide for those newer … Continue reading →
It is important to know common etiquette for both squad and public lap swimming to ensure every swimmer has an enjoyable and ‘stress free’ swim session. Here are a few pool swimming etiquette ‘rules’ you should observe and respect while swimming: Self grade … Continue reading →
Improving your Triathlon Race Times for Beginners Now that you have completed a few Triathlons, you should be concentrating on trying to improve your race times. Although it is hard to compare times from race to race as there are … Continue reading →