Enhance your endurance performance with one of our recovery programs or services.

Recovery is often an overlooked component of endurance training and performance; and by the time is gets our attention, it's often under negative circumstances (aka injury, pain, discomfort, etc.). Tri Fitness recovery services and programs are here to help you with all the reasons endurance athletes need recovery services.

Reasons to include recovery services into your regular routine:

  • If you've ever had an injury, are currently dealing with an injury, or want to prevent injury

  • To enhance performance

  • Increase range of motion (ROM)

  • To re-align musculoskeletal imbalances

  • Improve flexibility

  • Ease tension and tightness in the muscles

  • Reduce stress and increase relaxation

  • If you have a desk job and sit the majority of your day

Theragun

The Theragun is a percussive therapy device that ​helps to relieve knots, break up fascia, increase ROM/mobility, minimize joint pain, decrease muscle soreness/DOMS, reactivate/"wake up" muscles, increase circulation, reduce inflammation, and help relieve tension/tightness in the body in as little as 30 seconds.

We only offer in-house rental at this time. If you wish to rent the Theragun for longer than 15 minutes, you can sign up for back-to-back rental sessions.

 

Options:

  • 15-minute session | $5

AquaJogger

Private Sessions

If this is your first time using the AquaJogger HydroBelt, we recommend signing up for a private training session where our coach will meet you at the pool and help you learn how to use the belt, and address topics such as form and intensity, etc. 

Please email Vicki to schedule a private session.

Options:

  • 30-minute private training session | $39.50

Rental

Schedule a time to rent the AquaJogger by the day or the week to incorporate into your routine on your own time.

Options:

  • $5/day (24 hours)

  • $25/week (7 days)

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Meet Your Recovery Coach

Jack Zahn

Personal Trainer & Recovery Coach | NASM CPT, NASM-CES, B.S. in Kinesiology, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

During Jack's time at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, he had the opportunity to work with the school's football team, where he learned and practiced guided 1-on-1 and assisted stretching. He has experience leading small and large group classes focused on stretching and recovery, and has worked as a PCA for a person with cerebral palsy helping to facilitate muscle relaxation and help re-align imbalances in the body. He is now working to develop the Tri Fitness stretching and recovery program to help our athletes with various aspects of their performance, training, and goals.