My goal is to make the training methodologies that have helped so many of my athletes become Olympic, World and Ironman Champions available to all members of the triathlon public. To do so I’ve assembled a world class coaching team to pass on Total Body Force coaching techniques which will have you training and racing faster, more efficiently.Brett Sutton
ITU World Champions
Ironman 70.3 Champions
Brett Sutton has the most formidable coaching resume in the history of triathlon. In addition to mentoring some of the sport’s icons, including Olympic Gold Medallist, Nicola Spirig, World 70.3 and Ironman Champion, Daniela Ryf, four time Kona winner, Chrissie Wellington, he has coached 16 ITU World Champions… More
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Brett Sutton in my opinion is the best coach in the world. He really knew how to get to the nitty gritty of who I am as a person. He had the ability to find a way to push me from being 4th place in a World Cup race to winning! His approach, straight forward and brutally honest really worked for me. The training itself, and how it was organized really brought out the best in me.Siri Lindley
Brett has many talents as a coach that make him stand out from others but really it’s his ability to get the absolute maximum out of the athlete that makes the difference. He also instills a belief within the athlete that they can achieve their goals, that they are capable of doing it. Most people dream about winning big races but not many actually believe they can.Ben Bright
Brett was hugely influential in my life. No other coach would have done what he did, in 2007, when he threw a rookie who had never done any long-distance triathlons, into the world championships in Kona. Brett had seen something special in me. He knew long before anyone else that I could do it.Chrissie Wellington
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Trisutto Online Athletes
2017 World Championship Qualifiers
2017 Sign Ups
Trisutto.com has recruited the best coaches in the sport to help improve your performance. Former world and Ironman champions themselves, they have extensive experience working with age group athletes and use Total Body Force training systems when designing your program… More
Congratulations Steve, an inspiration to so many people. Photo Credit: James Mitchell Photography This weekend saw Stephen Bayliss racing his last Ironman at IM Lanzarote, his home race. Stephen picked up an injury last month that had restricted his training to hard...
Ironman distance racing is ultimately about energy management. How you control and distribute your effort throughout the day is essential to a good finish. The ironman bike leg plays a crucial component to this end, as it normally represents the bulk of one’s total...
Have a bad race? Jump straight back in the saddle and carry on. From time to time athletes will have what they perceive as a bad performance. This can lead to a grasping at thin air, trying to decipher, or come up with a reason for what is or was a possible cause. As...
Total Body Force techniques are taught at Trisutto Camps worldwide. During our age group training camps we have seen athletes make incredible improvements in their triathlon swim using our TBF (Total Body Force) techniques. We have also found many athletes returned to...
Hello? Hello? Are you out there? Now that I’ve had some time to fully transition to my coaching role, I see so many of the mistakes I made as an athlete. First and foremost is the: Missing In Action (MIA) Athlete syndrome. I was impossible to coach because of my lack...
Over the years I have frequently heard people insist that because the IM swim accounts for ~10% of total race time, it only deserves a commensurate amount of training attention. While the swim indeed represents a small fraction of your overall finish time, it still...