Monday, February 1, 2016

Texas Triathlon Clinic

Kick start your 2014 triathlon season with Endurance Corner's Texas Triathlon Clinic. Professional triathlete and Houston, Texas native, Justin Daerr, will be joining David Bertrand (DFW Tri Club), Ron Tribendis, Harold Wilson and Lyndsi Bieging for a weekend long instructional clinic based out of the Tri Shop in Plano, Texas.

To Register, please CLICK HERE to contact Justin Daerr via email.

(justindaerr at gmail dot com)

10 USAT CEUs available for completion of the clinic.

All presentations will be held at the Tri Shop in Plano, Texas

6101 Windhaven Pkwy #100
Plano, TX 75093
(972) 378-5476

January 24th: Registration and Introductions: 6:30-7:45 p.m.
January 25th: 10 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. (Optional Shop Ride at 8:00 a.m.)
January 26th 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Optional Shop Run at 7:30 a.m.)

Cost of the camp:$199.00

Presenters include:

Justin Daerr: Professional triathlete, coach, and co-owner of Endurance Corner. Justin began triathlon in college and completed his first Ironman triathlon when he was 20 years old in 12 hours and 55 minutes. With more than a decade of experience since then, he has completed more than 20 Ironmans with multiple professional podium finishes and a personal best time of 8:13:35. Justin grew up in Houston, Texas and has trained extensively across the state of Texas including many sessions in the DFW area and northern Collin County. Like many triathletes, Justin began the sport without any formalized background in any of the three disciplines and taught himself to swim competitively as an adult. Justin has coached, directed and presented at numerous triathlon camps since 2002 with the continual intention to help athletes streamline and direct their training in a successful and effective manner.

Career Racing Highlights:

  • 2x 2nd Place Iron-Distance Finishes (including Ironman Texas 2012)
  • 4x Top-3 Iron-Distance Finishes
  • 8x Top-5 Iron-Distance Finishes
  • 13x Top-10 Iron-Distance Finishes
  • 8:13:35 Ironman Personal Best

David Bertrand: David is a lecturer in the Applied Physiology and Wellness Department at Southern Methodist University. He is also co-founder and head coach DFW Tri Club. He received his Master's degree in Health and Human Performance from Baylor University and has a coaching Level II distinction from USA Triathlon. David Bertrand's 10 years of teaching and coaching experience have led him to encounter athletes and enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. David created DFW Tri Coaching School, to teach and educate coaches and athletes alike. In November, David will be presenting at the National Strength & Conditioning Association’s Endurance Clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on the topic of "Managing the Endurance Athlete." David is also a teacher and presenter for USA Triathlon’s coach certification programs. He enjoys addressing all types of audiences and leaves them with a message of inspiration and call to action.

Ron Tribendis DC: Chiropractor, Endurance Corner Coach and Kona-qualifying Age Group Triathlete. Ron is originally from the Northeast, but has called North Texas home for more than a decade. Ron has competed in over 11 Ironmans and has qualified for both the Ironman and Half Ironman World Championships in Hawai'i and Las Vegas. Ron has become the master of balancing a successful family, professional and athletic life. He has invaluable insights into making the most of the time you have available as an athlete.

Harold Wilson: Endurance Corner Coach/Physical Therapist. Harold is a Dallas native and has participated in a wide range of athletic endeavors; enjoying football, distance running and eventually triathlon. Harold has been involved in endurance coaching, personal training, and strength and conditioning for all of his professional life. Harold currently holds a Masters in Physical Therapy and is in the process of completing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Lyndsi Bieging: Lyndsi has been an athlete all her life, starting with competitive swimming at age 6. She competed in her first triathlon in 1998 and has over 15 years experience racing at all distances from sprint to Ironman (including IM Texas in 2012). She competed in the Age Group National Championships the last three years and represented the United States as part of Team USA at the World Championships in London, England in 2013. She most recently qualified for the 2014 World Championship and will be racing for Team USA next year in Edmonton, Canada. She coaches with DFW Tri Club with the goal of helping athletes reach their triathlon goals in an happy and healthy way.

Triathlon Clinic Itinerary

Season Planning

  • Race Selection
  • Periodization and developing annual training plans
  • Basic week structure

Swim Training

  • Adult swimming vs. lifelong swimming
  • Open water training
  • Training specificity

Bike Training and Bike Fit

  • Considerations for bike fit
  • Training with power
  • Time trial/triathlon training versus cycling training

Bench Mark Testing

  • Useful field tests
  • Swim, bike, run examples

Run Training

  • Weekly structure, volume, intensity
  • Technique, cadence
  • Addressing current trends


  • Eating to perform
  • Training and racing nutrition; how much, what kind, etc.
  • Addressing current trends

Time Management

  • Getting the most out of your workouts
  • Balancing personal, professional and athletic life

Mental Training and Visualization

  • Developing mental skills and techniques to enhance performance

Biomechanics, Mobility, and Triathlon

  • Strength and mobility training for triathletes

10 USAT CEUS available for completion of the clinic.

For all questions please contact Justin Daerr via justindaerr at gmail dot com.

Our Refund Policy: Payment is due in full upon registration. If you cancel before December 31st, you will be refunded your registration fee less $25.00. If you cancel after December 31st, you will be refunded at our discretion.