Location: Tri Peak Athlete or via zoom. Address: 617 Virginia Dr, Orlando, Fl 32803
Meet the coaches and connect with other fellow triathletes. The CFL Tri club is one of the oldest and largest triathlon clubs in Central Florida. Our members’ experience levels range from first timers to professional. We are here to support all levels of triathletes by offering training sessions & clinics; monthly meetings, social activities and more.
If interested in attending meeting via zoom please register at:
The 2021 Special Olympic Triathlon Kickoff informational meeting will be on Sunday, January 24 at 3pm. Please arrive early to allow time for parking and walking to venue.
This meeting is for all Special Olympic Triathletes and Unified Partners as well as anyone interested in becoming a Special Olympic Triathlete or Unified Partner. It is also for anyone interested in considering volunteering in any capacity during the 2021 Special Olympic triathlon season or the USA Games in 2022.
Drive straight to back of the park, parking lot on right, “Group Area” on your left. “Group Area” is made up of 8 large picnic tables on cement slab in middle of large open field across from the parking lot at back of the park. Please bring your own lawn chairs and masks for extra seating and social distancing.
Please RSVP to advise if you will attend the in-person meeting on Jan. 24 at 3pm, or the Zoom meeting on Jan. 25 at 6pm. We will email Zoom link info before the meeting on the 25th. Please email Wynne McFarlin at: email@example.com
If you are a Unified Partner or Special Olympic Athlete and will not be attending either kick off meeting, please let me know.
*Worth noting…. NBC is premiering a documentary on Chris Nikic’s journey to IRONMAN, Sunday, Jan. 3 at 2pm. Don’t miss it!
CFL Tri Club – Special Olympics Coordinator– Wynne McFarlin – 407 – 928 – 4336
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Hector L TorresUSAT Elite Coach, USAC Lv 2, USAS and USATF & MS / Mcs
As you are all aware, the weather is going to be really bad tomorrow. Therefore, instead of riding outside we are going to host a Virtual Bike Session and In Person Trainer Session out of Tri Peak Athlete.
Time: 7:15 am
Here is the log in information for tomorrow ride:
Topic: Virtual Bike Session Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime
200 kick side to side (6 kicks / 3 strokes/ 6 kicks 3 strokes) with fins
6 x 50 build (gradually build your pace) with 15 seconds recovery
6 x 50 as 25 freestyle /25 backstroke at 85% of your effort with 20 seconds recovery
10 x 50 with paddles no buoy at 85% with 30 seconds recovery
6 x 50 with paddles no buoy at 85% with 30 seconds recovery
200 kick with fins and board
5 x 25 at 95% with 5 press outs with 1 min recovery
4 x 100s at 85% with fins and paddles with 20 seconds recovery
Call down 100 choice
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2020 CFL Tri Club Kick Off Meeting – Save The Date
Healthy Snack Tip
Snack Time: 10 am or 3 pm
2 celery sticks
1 tbsp of peanut butter
Celery: Actually celery is one of the most alkaline foods you can eat! Research suggests that an alkaline diet lengthens life and prevents chronic diseases. Celery juice is highly nutritious. Celery is loaded with essential minerals and vitamins such as folate, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin K and vitamin C. (Gabrielle, 2020)
Peanut Butter: Jump to Potential Health Benefits of Peanut Butter — Improved Heart Health One of the main fats in peanut butter is oleic acid. When substituted for other fats in your diet, oleic acid is shown to help maintain good cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure. Managing these levels in your body can lower the risk of heart disease. Peanut butter also contains omega-6.
Please grace us with your presence in our annual Holiday Party. We will still be practicing social distancing and respect to others space. So if you are sick or have been compromised… don’t come! However, if you are healthy and want to have a good time with friends…. join us on December 17, 2020 at 6:30 pm.
What to bring:
Bring a dish
wrapped gift as we will be doing our traditional White Elephant Exchange. (Gift $25 dollars)We understand some people will be hesitant to come, but it is at your discretion.
We understand some people will be hesitant to come, but it is at your discretion.