MRA Multisport

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MRA Multisport introduces “newbies” to the great sport and lifestyle of triathlons as well as help seasoned triathletes reach the next level in their race goals. A firm proponent of a work-life-training balance, we work closely with each and every client to provide the best triathlon training plan to meet their goals. Whether its just to finish the race, improve a sport-specific split, or go after that elusive PR, MRA Multisport will provide a fresh, fun, effective and safe triathlon training program specific to you. The answer is not always just training harder, it’s often just training smarter.

Megan Rogozenski is the Head Coach at MRA Multisport. She is a loving wife, a caring mother to 3 young children and a yellow lab. She is also a Triathlete. A lifelong athlete, Megan has dabbled in triathlons for years, but got serious about the sport in late 2009 when searching for a challenging goal while “mixing up” the same old gym routine. She currently regularly competes in several local triathlons a year as well as cycling and running events too.

Megan currently holds the following certifications: USAT Level 1 Coach, ITCA Triathlon Coach, Mad Dogg Spinning Instructor, AFAA Group Fitness Instructor, TRX Group Suspension Training, and CPR/AED.

Open Water Clinics

These clinics are geared towards those new to the sport of triathlon or those lacking confidence in the open water. Highlights of each clinic include:

Led by USAT Coaches and Experienced Triathletes and Instructors Various starting formats – on beach and in water, mass starts in swim waves Sighting – how to stay on track towards buoy Swimming in crowd - bumped, kicked, hit, etc. It’s gonna happen, so learn to be prepared Bilateral breathing – importance in open water setting Panic attacks – what to do if this happens to you or the person next to you Water exits – how to set up for a smooth and efficient T1 FREE Xterra Wetsuits rental (limited quantities)* – try different sizes and styles on and see what it feels like to use one in the open water Plus More tips and tricks! Clinic participants are also able to swim for the rest of the season with MRA Multisport Triathlon Club members at Marion’s Camp. Participation to each clinic is limited to 50 swimmers to ensure individual attention and to promote a fun and safe environment. This is a unique experience to get hands on training, and will give you the experience and confidence you need for race day! To get the most out of the clinic, athletes must be able to swim a minimum of 150 yards.


Location: Sutton

Country: USA

Region: Massachusetts

Contact Name: Megan Rogozenski



Event Dates: May - August

Website: Official Website

Class: Clinic


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