2013 M2 Group Training Program Sign-up! Enroll by 12/1 for discount.
Training Program for swim/bike/run
Unlimited cycling classes at M2
Access to all training tools at M2, Alter G, Vasa, Weights
Weekend rides and runs
Discounts to M2 training events
Our members range from Kona qualifiers to folks looking to complete their first triathlon event. Group rides vary by distance and difficulty, and ride leaders are assigned to the various groups that form. Weekend runs take place in SF and Marin, with an eye to getting off the beaten track and enjoying the beautiful training environment that we enjoy here in the Bay Area.
The M2 Group Program is a good match for those athletes who might have participated in triathlon club training and similar programs, but who are now looking to improve their skills and general training/cycling acumen. More competitive athletes will also find a home at M2 as our group includes some very fast guys and gals.
M2 Group Training athletes participate in a range of events, from Olympic to Ironman distance. The common thread amongst all of our athletes is that they are motivated to improve fitness and skills to take their performance to another level. Two-time Ironman Professional Champion Michael McCormack (M2) oversees the program and participates in most rides and runs.
We have a number of training events planned for the coming year and which add to the fun camaraderie that the group training experience provides. Our Tour of California Stage ride drew 130 riders last year and we are looking to repeat this and similar training challenges.
3 Month Training Blocks – $550
M2 Group Alumni – $500
Can I begin the Group Training at a later date?
Yes, but you still might want to take advantage of the early sign-up.
What event is the Group training for?
We have people doing a wide range of events. In general much of the training can be done within the group, but as event date approaches we break into smaller groups.
How is this different from my triathlon club program?
Professional coaching by a former professional champion, greater emphasis on riding skills and practices, less emphasis on archaic process and greater focus on incisive training.