IRONMAN Triathlon Training requires hard work, dedication and expertise, considered one of the most difficult one-day sporting event in the world it consists in a 2.4 mile equivalent to 3.86 km swim a 112mile equivalent to 180.25 km bicycle ride and a 26.22mile equivalent to 42.20 km marathon run in that order and mostly limited to 17 hours to complete the race typical cut off times are like this:
|2.4 miles||112 miles||26.22 miles|
|2 hrs 20 min||8 hrs 10 min||6 hrs 30 min|
In 2005, the WTC instituted the 70.3 race this shorter course series also known as half IRONMAN consists of a 1.2-mile (1.9 km) swim, 56-mile (90 km) bike ride, and 13.1-mile (21.1 km) run. As with the IRONMAN series, it consists of a number of qualifying races at various locations worldwide, culminating in a world championship race with athletes drawn largely from top finishers in the qualifying events.
Ray Arroyo is an IRONMAN Certified Coach with over 12 years experience and currently training several seasoned and new athletes using top technologies he is able to monitor and improve over all performance aplying his knowledge and expertise.