Come and join a group of like minded ladies to train, learn new skills and have fun in a safe and motivating environment. The group welcomes people of all abilities, from complete beginner to well seasoned athletes. It doesn't matter if you just want to get fit, swim or do your first triathlon there is something for everyone.
Strength and mobility
Exercises to build functional strength, and mobility to prevent injury, complement sports and everyday life.
6 week taster sessions starting from Monday 26th May 2021. All sessions are live online via Zoom.
18th May- 1st June 2021
Tuesdays 7:00 pm
@ The Barn, Tadcaster, LS24 9HA
3-week running program focusing on technique, pacing, endurance, strength and building fitness to run stronger, more efficiently and with lower chance of injury
All abilities, session is tailored to individuals ability.
Monday am or Thursday PM
Bike confidence sessions @ The Barn, Tadcaster, LS24 9HA
3-week cycling program focusing on bike skills and technique in order to build bike confidence.
These sessions will build up over the 3 weeks, to build confidence to ride your bike and to be road ready.
Monday: 10th, 17th and 24th May, 9:30-10:30am
Thursday: 13th, 20th and 27th May 7-8pm
Come and join a group ride with Ladies That Tri.
No drop policy, Approx. 15 miles, with optional coffee stop at the end.
Book your free place today.
Mixed male and female session.
A 90 min session focusing on water acclimatization, sighting, confidence, drafting, buoy turns and more!
The perfect session for beginners and well seasoned triathletes in mastering the 4th discipline of triathlon
I joined Ladies that Tri (LTT) to improve my swimming. I was not a fast swimmer and felt that I was putting lots of effort in but getting nowhere.
I found Carrine’s one to one pool sessions and group sessions really helped with my swimming technique. Carrine looked at my swimming style and suggested improvements but in bite size chunks that I could manage and that did not overwhelm me.
It was encouraging to meet with others who wanted to improve their swimming and watch others improve over the weeks we were training and the support and encouragement from others made it all the more worthwhile.
Carrine carried out a video swim analysis with each of us and I found it enlightening to say the least. To watch yourself swim and see the areas that need improvement was hugely beneficial for me and I was given techniques to work on during the week to improve.
The end result was a 3.8K swim in Derwent water in the Lake District where I knocked a whopping 25mins off my previous personal best for that distance!
Lesley Whitehouse, Triathlete