TriBlogs

Online training diary, planner and blogging tool for triathletes and coaches
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FREE online training solution
Plan, record, analyse and share your triathlon experiences.

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FREE features for athletes
Create a training plan, schedule your races, record your training and results, plot custom charts, track your kit usage, create a blog, chat on our forum and much more..

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PREMIUM athlete features
Garmin device uploading, iCalendar interface, no adverts, daily schedule email, unlimited storage for charts, kit items and fitness tests.

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subscriptions from only £1.60* per month!
* approx $2.58 (USD) or 1.98 EUR
Create your own blog
Publish stats directly from your training diary.

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Just £30
for a 12 week programme
Training programmes
Programmes written by multiple-award winning triathlon coach and regular 220 Triathlon magazine feature writer: Andy Bullock.

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What is TriBlogs?
TriBlogs is a way to plan, record, analyse, discuss and share all your sporting experiences. Find out more below...
Plan
Plan your future sessions, races and training goals.
Features include:
  • Plan your training sessions,
  • Copy planned sessions, days or even weeks,
  • Enter races,
  • Schedule email reminders,
  • Record planned sessions straight into you Diary.
See our knowledge base for more information on Planning.

Record
Use the Diary function to record your Triathlon life.
Features include:
  • Record training and race results,
  • Use the customised fitness tests to accurately monitor your sporting progress,
  • Tracking functions for health, kit and more.
Click here for more information on using on Diary function.
To make recording your sessions even easier Premium members can utilize the Garmin uploader tool which allows you to upload your training sessions from your Garmin directly into TriBlogs.

Analyse
Monitor your sporting progress and identify areas for improvement
Features include:
  • Charts to analyse your training data,
  • Fitness tests are a way for you to record a series of results
Using Charts and Fitness tests allows you to view your progress. Record whatever information you like, anything from splits, heart rates, notes on how you felt, to what the weather was like!

Share
Sign up to TriBlogs and become part of the community today for Free!
Want to write your own blog, discuss training, racing or review the latest gear?
You can register for free and instantly create your own public blog and chat on our Forum.

Coaching
Are you a coach?
Want to seamlessly interact with your athletes with a detailed, easy to use and intuitive coaching tool? We offer several different coaching packages to fit your requirements.

Subscriptions include creating training plans, access to athletes training log, setting email alerts, the option to advertise your coaching services to the TriBlogs community.

Programmes
Purchase a training Plan written by an expert coach and start seeing results
Features include:
  • Available to both Free and Premium members,
  • Loads straight into your Plan without any effort,
  • Multiple plans to suit different race distances and abilities.
*If you are a coach and would like to produce training programmes for any of the EnduranceSportsBlogs sites then please get in touch via the contact us page.

 
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