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February 8th Newsletter

Message from your Executive

Welcome to our Monthly update for the month of February. Hopefully everyone is working hard on their off season to make for a great season when it comes. As Mr. Miyagi says in “Karate Kid” (Thank you Netflix!): “wax on wax off” . We don’t really wax old cars, but there’s a lot of pool intervals, kilometres run, and sweating in the pain cave on the bike to get where we want.ProfLake
Right now things are fairly quiet on all fronts. But plans are already afoot for the coming season. Among these will be open water swims at Professor’s Lake, simulations days and more. As always though, our planning will not be complete without your input. With this we can try to put together the best possible experience for you. The proverbial door is always open to you, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Since it’s the shortest month, we’ll be dedicating this month to the shortest, and often most neglected part of tri: The Swim. This month we’ll be sending out articles about swimming, asking questions about swimming and you, and hopefully contributing in some way to get you ready, maybe for the first time, maybe for the 3rd year running, to push off from the beach at Professor’s Lake or at your first Tri of the year.
Hope everyone has a great month, as short as it is!



Tuesday February 7th

Wednesday February 8th
Spin With Jade: 7-8:30pm @ 91 Healy Road (Unit 9)
Check the details of this class on our web page.

Thursday February 9th
Strength With Jade: 8-9pm @ 490 Bramalea Rd (Suite 4B)
Check the details of this class on our web page.

Saturday February 11th
Spin with Rob: 8:30-10:30am @ 247 McMurchy Ave S
Class is held by Rob McCue, please contact him directly for questions at bigringfitness@yahoo.com


Muskoka Training Weekend (May Long Weekend)

Running, Swimming, Cycling and …..Moose!!? We are once again trying to put together our Muskoka Training weekend. For the trip to come together we need at least 5-6 adults (You can be a child at heart if you want). More than 6 adults will bring prices down to o about 180$ for 3 nights for an adult and 75$ for a child.
This is a challenging but fun weekend of training, with accommodation at the historic Clyffe House in Port Stanley. If you are doing the Muskoka 70.3, this may be a good introduction or refresher for that course. Please let us know if you are interested so we can plan accordingly


Strava-20170205-185526There were some really challenging workouts being uploaded by our members last week. Lots of hilly runs and long indoor rides. Keep up the good work!

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