Working with CTS
When you work with CTS you have a team working for you. Interested in a camp? Want a power meter? Have a billing question? Not clicking with your coach? Athlete Services handles all of that, and more. Call 866-355-0645 between 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday or email Athleteservices@trainright.com
- Hand-built training schedule
- Experienced and certified CTS Expert Coach
- Weekly communication and expert analysis of power files, heart rate files, and/or GPS training files
- Communication plan can include phone, email, text, TrainingPeaks Premium Account, and web services like Skype.
- Learn techniques and strategies for optimal performance
What do you get?
You’ll get a training plan hand-built by a CTS Expert Coach, a Premium TrainingPeaks account to log your workouts, power file analysis by your coach, weekly schedule reviews and adjustments, and a weekly communication plan based on your preferences.
WHAT’s THE Result?
Structured training and the accountability of working with a coach will measurably improve your fitness within 90 days. Within the first 6 months of CTS Coaching, athletes typically achieve a 10% improvement in performance and weight loss of 5-10 pounds. You’ll be faster, stronger, and leaner. Your coach will also teach you how to train, eat, recover, and compete more intelligently.
Save Thousands with CTS Athlete Perks
There are some serious perks to being a CTS Athlete. Not only will you achieve your sporting goals, but you have access to thousands of dollars in savings on incredible gear, including bikes, components, apparel, and sports nutrition. Discover CTS Athlete Perks.
What do other athletes Say?
“I trained on my own for 5 years, but in my first 6 months with CTS I made bigger gains than ever, learned how to train right, and now I’m faster than I’ve ever been.” – Ben S. (cyclist, CTS Athlete since Winter 2013)
“I love that my coach keeps track of what I’m doing. It gives me that extra push I sometimes need to get my workouts done!” – Jennifer T. (triathlete, CTS Athlete since Summer 2010)