3YO coaching mind sight
Why do 3YO coach?
3YO coaching empathise to maximise and sustain performance motivation needs to come from the inside. We believe athletes or triathletes are driven by the heart not just by blind obedience (or following a generic online program)
Why do 3YO coach the way we coach?
3YO coaching wants to make a difference, empower athletes to achieve more than just goals. Goal or PURPOSE beyond finishing THAT race or achieving PBs, podiums, championship selection. 3YO believes it more than just coaching fundamentals of skills, power, speed, endurance, technique. 3YO ensures athletes recognise life changing messages through our sport triathlon, further in coaching the mind and motivating from within.
How does 3YO define success?
3YO understand for every triathlete or athlete success is uniquely defined. 3YO encourage and inspire 3YO athlete to find their PURPOSE, build their confidence, effectively set goals, channel their emotions, develop character and ultimately make the dream goal a reality.
Why do athletes like to be coached by 3YO?
I can’t recommend Annchen enough as a coach not only is she an amazing inspiration having raced in the world champs in Kona but is someone that listens and helps you realise and achieve your goals however big they might seem 🙂
That final piece beyond just a training plan where coach Annchen takes the individual into account ‘me’ on my triathlon journey.Andrea Cullen
I never imagined I would feel like this at the end [ at the end of her first 70.3 Ironman] This is really unbelievable and still not realise [not sunken in ] Marie Claude Moura
Annchen has coached athletes to smash PB in Ironman 70.3 after just 3months of working with her, to breaking PB in full Ironman by more than 1hour in following year. Further helped athlete reach age group podium in multiple 70.3 distance races. Successfully coached athletes to age group podium in gruelling 361km mountain bike race. She even coached her Dutch husband, forcing him to successfully completing an Ironman and ultra marathon Comrades.
Annchen don’t believe in one size fits all, women’s bodies are so different to mens; day to day athlete demands differs vastly from one to the next and all important to personalise programs to each individuals needs. To get the best out of each athlete she sets out to understand the athlete needs, goals and what ultimately makes them “tick” to help ensure to bring out the best of talent and hard work.
Annchen started running at age 7 and by the age of 13 was running top 5 fastest 1500m times u19 in South Africa. In 2008 she changed her focus to triathlon and 2012 switched to the longer distances. She has raced throughout Europe, Canada, Brazil, South Africa and Hawaii. In 2014 she come 2nd in her age group in SA long course champs; 2nd in age group Ironman South Africa won the French Long course open women’s category; raced 70.3 European Championships and Ironman World Championships respectively. In only 2 years of going “long” she achieved her dream to race Ironman World Championships, Kona Hawaii 2014. Annchen is passionate about all things triathlon and athletes reaching their goals. She works with beginners to intermediate runners and triathletes.
Bram has a degree educated in Sports Science and coached multi sports since 2000 in the Netherlands. Bram has all-encompassing knowledge of coaching from teenager to adults. Bram has extensive racing experience across a range of sports and distances; from Ironman to Ultra Marathon, from trail running to Mountain Biking stage races.
Online coaching and squad sessions
Frequently Asked Questions
Beginners training plans start out at less weekly training volume and have fewer and shorted intervals than the experienced athlete training plans. Training plans are personalized around lifestyle, family life and work commitments
We recommend that you consult with your physician prior to starting any exercise program.
The one exception is triathlon BRICK workouts (bike immediately followed by run workout). The run should start within 5-10 minutes of finishing the bike in order to simulate a bike to run transition in a triathlon.
Annchen has coached me for the last three years through 4 IM distance races. It’s been so great to work with her. I had a nasty bike accident 3 years ago and had to take 4 months out with no exercise. Annchen got me race ready from pretty much zero fitness for a 70.3 3 months later where I did a PB and then for my first IM 2 months after that.