This fourth OCup (Ontario road race series) event was Sarah’s key event for the 2018 season. She’s had a lot on her plate these past two months with buying a house, a demanding full-time job, and – of course –…
X3 TRAINING: coaching, indoor cycling, and strength training for triathletes, cyclists, runners and endurance junkies of all stripes. The home for anyone looking to achieve peak performance.
Welcome to X3 Training!
We are a Toronto area coaching company, working with triathletes, cyclists, runners, and adventure racers. Endurance sport is our shared passion. Work with a coach from your first try-a-tri to that lofty Ironman or ultra marathon, and we will help you swim, bike and run further and faster.
Great indoor training facility to build up power & endurance. It is a great place to meet & connect with other triathletes.
As always, a great cycling class with Mike Liberzon at X3 Training. Mike is an excellent trainer and coach and the equipment at X3 is top class. He is always giving feedback and encouragement to help you get the most out of you during the training session. Also, Mike is very knowledgeable about training protocol design and cycling technique, which have really helped me with my winter season training. I had some deviations in my pedal cadence technique, which Mike picked up on right away and gave me some corrective exercises to work on in the gym. The exercises have really helped to improve my cycling technique. I would certainly recommend X3 as a training facility and Mike as a coach for athletes at any level of competition.
I’ve been working with Michael since November of 2013. Over our short time together, I have successfully participated in 3 road races and, most recently, Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant. I completed each road race with significant PRs (over 10 minutes in one case!) and met my goal of completing my very first 70.3 upright and smiling.
…thanks for helping me achieve things I didn’t know I could do and for getting me through it in one piece! After 11 years of Achilles problems playing ultimate the fact that I made it through pretty much a year straight of injury-free training is awesome.