Right here. Right now. Commit to accomplishing your goal of becoming a triathlete this year! We've set your training calendar for you to test fitness and track results. Grab a friend and race side-by-side, no matter what your ability. There's never been a better way to become a triathlete or get in shape for your outdoor races.
|May 3||Algonquin||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 26||Bloomingdale||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 26||Burr Ridge||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 26||Old Orchard||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 12||Schaumburg||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 26||Vernon Hills||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
|Apr. 26||Warrenville||REGISTER NOW||EMAIL RACE DIRECTOR|
How your time is spent:
10 min pool swim
10 min transition
30 min spin bike
5 min transition
20 min treadmill run
Volunteers record your distance in each leg, then assign a score to that distance. All three scores are totaled then ranked. Open to everyone ages 12 and older.
$25 for Life Time Members, and the General Public
Results are scored according to your performance relative to everyone else. Total available points are based on the total number of participants in the event. For example, let's say there are 100 people in event. The athlete who swam the farthest in the pool receives 100 points. The second farthest swim receives 99 points and so on. Same for the bike and run. The three scores for each participant are totaled for an overall score. Scores (and distances) will be posted online and emailed following each event.
Check out this year's Life Time Indoor Tri participant T-shirt!
The Fastest Hour of Your Life!
Become a triathlete in 60 minutes. One hour, then BAM, you're a triathlete. It will happen so fast you won't know what hit you. The Life Time Indoor Triathlon is a fun challenge that appeals to everyone — from seasoned triathletes to first-timers — because you set your own pace. And all the action takes place in one convenient, weatherproof location — your local Life Time club.
Here’s how this one-hour race against the clock breaks down:
Performance is measured by distance covered in each of the three legs. The more distance you cover, the higher your score. Transition times are fixed at 10 minutes between the swim and bike and 5 minutes between bike and run. This is to ensure safe and courteous movement through the club.
You will start in waves of 10 people every 20 minutes. Race with your friends, family or colleagues — time to catch up socially and physically!
All participants will receive a Life Time Indoor Tri participant T-shirt, race bib, and swim cap. To participate, you must be 12 years of age or older.