TriHarman-Norfolk Pool Swim Training Update



We are still waiting for the storm damage to be repaired at Splash, the latest from NNDC suggests reopening at the end of March in time for the Easter holiday.

It has been great to see so many of you at Splash for our Monday TriHarman coached swim sessions. 

We are back 7.45pm each Monday with lanes for all abilities.

If you are interested in joining us the session is still just £5 for members, cheaper than a public swim.  Lanes for all abilities, a good session for both fitness and technique.

TriHarman-Norfolk Coaching Day – Woodlands Leisure Saturday 21st March 2020

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Saturday 21st March 2020 we will be holding a full day of triathlon coaching based at Woodlands Leisure.  In addition to your club coaches we will have professional Ironman athlete and coach Kim Morrison and International run coaches Tim and Pauline Ash with us.  The sessions will be suitable for adults and juniors, all abilities,  including swimming, cycling, running and other triathlon based skills.

The schedule is still evolving, however this will give you an idea of the plans so far.
0900 – Optional Parkrun pace judgement session with Kim Morrison and John Morgan at the Sheringham Park.
1000 – Day officially opens at Woodlands Leisure function room.
1015 – Pilates based stretch and core conditioning session with Teresa.
1100 – Bike turbo session with Kimberley and Teresa (you need your own bike and turbo)
1200 – 1245 – Break
1300 – Talk and Q&A with Kimberley Morrison.
1400 – Cycle maintenance and tyre changing.
1500 – Run Session with top run coaches Tim and Pauline Ash.
1630 – Afternoon Break
1700 – Transition Training
1800 – Swim session Woodlands Pool with Kim Morrison and club coaches.
1900 – Close

There is no cost to club members attending, places are limited to 20 so booking is required.  If the places are not filled they will be offered to guests at a cost of £25 for the day.

If you would like a place, please let us know as soon as possible so you do not miss out.


TriHarman-Norfolk Open Water Swimming 2019


TriHarman-Norfolk had a record season Open Water Swimming  at the Mike Thurston Water Activities Centre.  We have now finished for the year, thank you to everyone who has swum with us, see you May 2020.

It is held at a beautiful unspoilt fresh water lake and is clean and well kept, ideal for training.  The results of our water testing have confirmed the excellent water quality making it a great place to swim and train.  As this is an existing watersport venue it benefits from changing facilities with hot showers and plenty of car parking.

The swims are each Wednesday 6 to 8pm.

More details and directions here

TriHarman-Norfolk training mini Duathlon, The Esplanade, Sheringham

Well done for all those who biked and ran this morning.  The weather was surprisingly kind and some great performances.

Your times are shown below:

Name Run 1 T1 Bike T2 Run 2 Total
Helen 18m30s 54s 24m48s 50s 18m29s 1.03.21
Becky     24m10s 51s 20m53s 45m54s
Phil   Bike 1 19m44s      
    Bike 2 19m53s      
    Bike 3 20m27s      
Tessa 18m55s 1m10s 27m9s 1m16s 20m08s 1.08.38
John 14m6s 21s 21m58s 13s 14m06s 50m44s
Keith     28m29s      
Amanda 14m42s 1m5s 23m29s 40s 16m26s 56m20s
Suzie 16m49s 1m10s 23m14s 50s 17m25s 59m20s

Sunday 2nd December

We will be running the first of our training duathlons starting 9am on Sunday 11th November.  They will be the same format as previous years, a 1 ½ mile run on the cliffs, 6 mile road bike ride and a second run as the first.  It is not a race, just a fast training session to practice your transitions.  You can do all or any part of the session.  It is going to be cold, wear appropriate clothes for the conditions. There is no charge for this session.

Personal Triathlon Coaching for 2019

As you know alongside coaching with TriHarman-Norfolk Teresa and Mark work with individuals to prepare them for their triathlon events.  They offer bespoke training plans and 1-2-1 coaching sessions to keep the preparation on track and to ensure the triathlete is the best they can be on the race day.

There is a limit to how many racers they can take on and there are now just a handfull of spare slots left for 2018.  It is not as expensive as you may think, if you need their help see them at a session or message direct.

You can find more information here

Why should you do Pilates? By Teresa Harman


Athletes train their bodies to maintain and improve their performance in their sport.

Many top athletes and dancers use Pilates to assist with their training.  For example, Darcey Bussell a well known and loved ballerina and now Pilates instructor uses this method to maintain her health and mobility.  In an interview in the Evening Standard nearly three years ago she said:I truly believe Pilates is such a good thing, especially if you have had children”.

So why should you include Pilates in your training?  Read here.

My class at East Runton Village Hall, Thursdays 7pm to 8pm is particularly suitable for athletes.

Coaches Corner – Don’t let rain stop training

Let’s face it we live in England, it rains regularly in the summer so you can be sure it will rain more in the coming months.  Riding in the wet can be a miserable and uncomfortable experience, purely social riders can choose whether to ride but many riders book their events days, weeks or months in advance and there is no way to anticipate if it will be wet or dry.  You can decide not to start the event but you may have invested significant time and money getting to that start line, a DNS may not be an option.

So if you are going to complete wet events you need to train and prepare for those conditions.  The rain doesn’t have to spoil a beautiful day if you have trained and prepared to ride fast and stay safe despite the water.  So how do we adapt to cope well in the bad weather?      See more