TriPT’s swim analysis with Paul has been part of my training for IM70.3 and Challenge Roth this year. The video analysis and real-time feedback during the swim sessions in the endless pool have improved my technique and swim speed after only a few sessions. Can recommend for anybody who wants to improve their swim skills!
Seven months ago I started my first swimming analysis with Paul. Learning to front crawl my goal for the Ironman in 2023!. Since I am not a swimmer by birth, I thought that was the best start for learning the right technique. And how happy I am with that decision. Because one thing is certain, swimming is not as easy as it looks! But with all the dedication, instructions and moving images of my training sessions in the endless pool at the tript studio at Paul in Voorschoten, I am now at a level where I would never have reached without help. Where I could barely crawl 2 or 3 laps seven months ago, I am now several thousand meters further. Technique and breathing are key according to Paul and nothing could be further from the truth. Of course I have to make the necessary steps myself, but with the tips, videos and encouragement it is a lot easier.
The studio in Voorschoten is neat, clean and easily accessible. My motto is 'Never Give Up', that must first come from within yourself, but my success can only continue with the help of an experience expert, one of which is Paul van Brink, my coach during my swimming analysis sessions! Thank you for helping me teach my swimming adventure.S.Moser Wassenaar
If you want to train efficiently and get better and stronger, the WattCycling training at Tri-PT Studio in Voorschoten is an absolute must. By training on your own heart rate and power, you can work on your fitness in a very targeted way and you will cycle faster and more efficiently.
And what is unique about the Wattbike is that you gain insight into your pedaling technique. This allows you to make really huge progress and you will benefit from that on the road. You train inside, you cycle outside, I once heard Paul say, and – although I actually think cycling inside is hell – I completely agree!