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FLUID IRONMAN/70.3 PROGRAM Our Long Course program originated back in 2000 and has developed over 20years under the guidance of Head Coach and ex professional Ironman Sean Foster, it is suitable for all abilities from first timer to professional. Our program has qualified over 50athletes for the Hawaii Ironman World Championships, and our athletes have won two World Champions ...

6Days $400 (Members) $450 (Non-members) Inc GST   *Travel / accommodation not included Monday March 9 th  to 14 th  2020 This camp offers attendees the opportunity to train on and recon the 70.3 Worlds course 8months ahead of the big day, to see first-hand the local conditions, course profile and the type of training that will be required during the preparation. This wi ...

FLUID 70.3 SQUAD PROGRAMS Are you aiming to qualify for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Taupo in 2020? Fluid has a 70.3 training program to all the Aussie qualifying races, including Western Sydney, Geelong, Port Mac and Cairns.   THE PROGRAM Individually designed training program by Head Coach Sean Foster within a supportive squad environment Up to 10contact sessio ...

Marathon / Half Marathon Winter Run Program Are you a runner wanting to improve your race speed or a triathlete wanting to improve your run strength over Winter? Fluid has a targeted 3month Winter Run program to improve your endurance and speed. We will target a Half or Full marathon goal at the program completion with shorter scheduled training races along the way.    Key ...

I have coached Steve Dornik for Ironman racing since 2015. Consistency in results have reflected Steve’s methodical approach to everything he does, both in life and sport. At Ironman WA in 2015, Steve’s 3 rd Ironman but first Ironman with me as his coach he went 5:19hrs on the bike. In May this year at the North American Championships in Texas Steve posted 5:20hr for his bike ...

Instant Gratification or the #LongGame When setting seasonal or longer term race goals with your coach, be clear on what you’re A Goal is and what are B or C goals along the way. If you want to really improve, playing the long game with a more reaching goal is the way to go. There isn't a magic formula, its incremental improvements and consistency over time that will see you w ...

Each year Fluid has athletes who train through Winter for World Championship events in September and October. After a short break they want to get back into shape for the upcoming triathlon season within 4-6weeks. When the coach and athlete doesn't have the luxury of time to rebuild gradually there are techniques that can be used to leverage the gains from the previous prep.   ...

Bit of a debrief after Rotterdam dust settles I have come to realise over many years of coaching how hard it is to get your ducks aligned just right and get the result your athlete deserves. At the World Championship level, it is just so tough. Many, many times I have helped prepare athletes to be in the best shape of their lives for one day in a year, but you never know who i ...

First of all, congratulations on your qualification and the work you put in to get there. The next step is to set about planning your preparation to be in the best shape possible come race day.

Ironman New Zealand Results Analysis – The Marathon The hardest discipline to nail in an Ironman is the marathon. It is the discipline where you start the most fatigued and it’s the discipline which can be most affected by how hard you raced the legs before it. Fluid Movements Head Coach, Sean Foster looked back to our main squad ironman event for 2017, New Zealand to see h ...