An open community of people of all abilities who are developing healthy lifestyles thru swimming, biking or running.

Welcome to Intermountain Tri

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Join Us

Triathlon has become the fastest growing sport among adults in the United States, providing health, fulfillment and an active lifestyle to millions.

We invite you to experience the life-transforming effects of endurance sports — swimming, cycling, running or putting all three together in triathlon — in a friendly community built to benefit everyone from the most enthusiastic beginners to accomplished veterans.

Here's how:

Community powered by the combined resources of Intermountain and expert endurance coaches.

One-on-one mentoring personalized to you by local, experienced athletes who care.

Year-round, extensive benefits for team members, everything from apparel discounts to clinics and group-facilitated training for swimming, biking, running, nutrition and more.

Whether you're just learning to swim or honing your Ironman race preparations, we invite you to join Intermountain Tri (IMLWT), where we believe that to move well means to LiVe Well.

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Member Benefits

no Membership dues!

With the generous support of Intermountain, Trent Perry and team sponsors, Intermountain Tri is a no-dues community to join. Simply sign up with your email below and you're in!


  • Monthly cycling classes — indoor, all year long. 90-120 minutes per class, held at Balanced Art Multisport's training facility in Sandy.

  • Weekly no-drop, outdoor rides — as long as weather allows. These rides welcome riders at all levels and are coordinated with Intermountain LiVe Well Cycling. Rides start at various locations throughout the Wasatch Front.

  • Run clinics. Instruction from experienced run coaches, and free access to group workouts with local tri clubs.

  • 6 swim clinics. Led by former All-American and collegiate Division I swimmers.

  • Race-day support. Get guidance on your big day from seasoned, local athletes. You'll get to meet and interact with them throughout the season, and they'll be there for you at three local races.

  • Personal mentorship. Seasoned athletes who love the sport have volunteered to serve as team mentors. So whatever your experience and no matter your goals, count on them for individual support to help you progress on your personal path.

  • Perks from our sponsors. Sign up and you'll get access to great deals from our sponsors, including 50% off GPS watches, discounts on nutrition, bags, blenders, training plans, personal coaching and more! Sign up below.

  • Discounted tri and cycling kits. Thanks to our sponsor, DNA!


2018-2019 Kits

Online Store Closed Until Jan 2019

  • We are keeping the designs for at least two years. There will be small changes in 2019 as sponsors/partners change, but the primary design will be the same, current into the spring of 2020.

  • We will open orders again Jan 2019. If you didn't get in on the first round, plan on it this time!

  • What you got doesn't fit quite as you hoped? Comment here to buy-sell-trade with others.


About #IMLWT

It all started when a group of friends and Intermountain staff wanted to share their love of swimming, biking and running — the healthy lifestyle of endurance sports.

Intermountain sees the benefits of regular activity to maintain long-term health and wellness. In 2017, that group of friends and Intermountain staff put together a program that supported more than 150 caregivers, friends and family in participating in the Brineman Triathlon in Syracuse, Utah.

Building on the first year's success, Intermountain established Intermountain Tri: an active community revolving around swimming, cycling, running and endurance sports.

As a community, Intermountain Tri invites and welcomes participants of all abilities to engage in the popular and growing sport of triathlon as a meaningful step in the path to LiVe Well.

  • The Community: Led by Intermountain LiVe Well, we invite all people to become part of our community. We share one common goal to create a sustainable healthy lifestyle through endurance sports — swimming, cycling, running or any combination of the three. This community promotes a lifestyle that balances work, family, physical activity and leisure.

  • The Activity: This community fosters participation in endurance events, triathlon and any format of swimming, cycling and running, and at paces fit for people looking to get active in a supportive setting, as well as those in pursuing specific goals in triathlon or other endurance events.

  • The Support: LiVe Well has partnered with the expert coaches Balanced Art Multisport, including swimming, cycling, running and strength coaches, and a handful of high-performing, Utah-based endurance athletes to provide Intermountain Tri members with hands-on instruction, clinics, training facility access and one-on-one mentoring.

To move well means to LiVe Well.

Join us as we pursue together a lifestyle of wellbeing.

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Weekly Workouts: General Info


1. Sessions are free to anyone in the community.

2. All skill levels are welcome.

3. Workouts are led by qualified coaches.

4. Participating simply as a swimmer, cyclist or runner is welcome. Triathlon ambitions are not required.

While the general theme of workouts is for triathletes, athletes focusing on one discipline will get extraordinary value from these workouts. Our coaches have experience working with athletes focusing on one discipline, and many mentors have had periods training and racing in just one discipline, and can therefore help you pursue your aims. We ask you to introduce yourself when you arrive and share your focus with the leading coach/mentor so they can ensure you make the most of your time.

  • Come once or as many times as you like.

  • RSVPs are not required, unless noted.

  • If there are fees, they only cover facility rental.

When you come, count on team mentors and a handful of experienced athletes being there to share advice, offer support and help you become more familiar with the sport while improving toward your goals.


Weather or other circumstances may call for a cancellation or change in any of the following weekly or one-time events! Changes will be announced by email (sign up below to get updates), on Facebook (like the page), on Instagram (follow us) or via Strava (join the club).


Weekly Swims

Weber County (Ogden): M-W&F, year round

Ben Lomond Community Swimming Pool at 1075 E 700 S, Ogden, UT 84404

These swims are organized by team member Marty Smith. Thanks, Marty!


Advanced group:

Mondays 6-7a

Wednesday 6-7p*

Fridays 6-7a

Intermediate group:

Tuesdays 6-7a

Fridays noon-1p


*Wednesday evening swims are at the Ogden High School Pool at 2875 Tyler Ave, Ogden, UT 84403

The advanced sessions are primarily base training with some technique work. The intermediate sessions are mostly technique.

You will need to pay to access the facilities. Click here for single-day and membership pricing for Ogden School District's pools.

If you have any questions, contact Marty!

Salt Lake City (Kearns/West Valley): Tuesdays 715-815a, now thru April

Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center - 50m Indoor Pool (5624 Cougar Ln, Salt Lake City, UT 84118 - directions)

Coaches will be on deck for pointers and tips. Lanes range from former D1 swimmers to beginners, and workouts are adapted for each lane. As this swim follows the weekly track session (545-7a at the Olympic Oval which is the building adjacent to KOPFC), it is an easier swim focused on recovery after the run. You are welcome to come to this swim even if you aren’t at track. Either way, position this swim as one of your lighter swims for the week.

Free. Thanks to our sponsors, we’ve got lane rental covered. Let the front desk know you are there to swim with Intermountain Tri/BAM and you’ll be let in.

Davis County (Bountiful): Tuesdays & Fridays @ 5-7a, year round

South Davis Rec Center at 550 North 200 West Bountiful, Utah 84010

These group swims are led by Intermountain Tri mentor Nate Cook. You can arrive at 5a and get the full workout (about 5,000 yards) or at 6a for a shorter session. Nate prints both the long and short workout so you can join the group or start when you arrive. Look for him on the pool deck with an IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside bag! Nate's schedule may vary and we can't keep it current here, so we recommend reaching out to him before you go.

You will need to pay to access the facility. Click here for SDRC's single-day and membership pricing.

If you have any questions, contact Nate!


Weber County (Eden): Tuesdays @ 6p - done for the season, will resume June 2019

Pine View Reservoir at Shanghai Creek, 156 UT-158, Eden, UT 84310

At the southwest corner of the reservoir, turn off Ogden Canyon Rd (RT 39) onto RT-158. After .5 miles, park in the dirt lot on the south side of the road. You'll see the string of orange buoys designating the no-go zone, as well as floating buoys indicating the swim/no-wake zone for boats.

Contact: Suz Martin



Salt Lake City (Draper): Wednesdays @ 6a - done for the season, will resume June 2019

location tbD (The Draper Outdoor Pool will be closed in 2019; we are scouting new locations)

Coaches will be on deck for pointers and tips. Lanes range from former D1 swimmers to beginners, and workouts are adapted for each lane.


Salt Lake City (Holladay): Thursdays @ 6-7a, year round

Olympus High Aquatics Center at 4055 S 2300 E, Holladay, UT 84124 (Pool is in southeast corner of the school campus)

Coaches will be on deck for pointers and tips. Lanes range from former D1 swimmers to beginners, and workouts are adapted for each lane.

There is no fee for Intermountain Tri members on Thursdays. Park in the lot or on the street south of the pool. Practices available M-Sa thru Olympus Aquatics Masters. More info.


Wasatch County (Park City/Heber): Thursdays @ 6-7:30p - done for the season, will resume June 2019

Jordanelle State Park at 515 UT-319, Heber City, UT 84032 ('Hailstone' Main entrance on the west side of the reservoir)

We meet at the small watercraft ramp and plan to get in the water by 6:15p. RSVP by email each week to organizer Anna Nemeckay, at the latest, by 4pm the day of. This swim doesn't happen every week so reach out as soon as you intend on going to make sure it's happening that week. Anna brings a kayak and coaches from the water.

Free. You will however need to show an annual park pass ($75) or pay the park entrance fee of $10 per vehicle (non-holiday M-F rate).


Morgan County (East Canyon): Fridays @ 6a - done for the season, will resume June 2019

North Cove at appx. 5925 S State St Morgan, UT 84050

From RT-65 on the east side of the reservoir, turn left (south) onto RT-66 (100W/State St), heading toward the East Canyon Campground. After .6 miles, pull into the dirt lot on the south side of the road, just before the road bends right heading north and continuing west to the campgrounds.

There is no official host for this swim. It's just a group that's been meeting for 10 years. Contact: Larry Maxfield


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Weekly Rides

Outdoor rides have concluded for the season and will resume Apr/May 2019.


*Salt Lake City (University): Mondays @ 6:20a

Meet at Rotary Glen Park, just east of Hogle Zoo.

We ride up Emigration Canyon toward Big Mountain. Different groups will turn around at various points depending on available time and fitness.


Salt Lake City (Holladay): 1st & 3rd Thursdays @ 6p

Meet in the Olympus Hills Shopping Center parking lot (3900 S and Wasatch Blvd). We're usually between HANGAR 15 Bicycles and Ace Hardware.


Salt Lake City (Draper): 2nd & 4th Thursdays @ 6p

Meet at Recharge Sports Performance (on 11400 S just west of 700 E). Take I-15 to 11400 S (the Scheels exit) and head east. Recharge is on the right (south) side of the road just before 700 E.


Salt Lake City (VARIOUS) MTB: Wednesdays @ 6:30p

Message Jeff "The Bike Whisperer" Sherrod to find out each week's meeting point and time. Expect a casual (beginner friendly) ride for 1:30-1:45.

This is a MOUNTAIN bike ride.

*Ogden: Tuesdays @ 6p. This is one Utah's largest and longest-running group rides!

Meet at Shift Works (on 23rd btwn Lincoln and Grant). Don’t park in blue painted stalls or you will be towed! This ride starts at 6p sharp! The LiVe Well Domestic Elite team will lead each of the following groups every week of 2018 (this is a recent change from the previous arrangement of 3 groups):

Race pace: drop ride with attacks (not through stop signs!)
Max speed 26 mph: drop ride no attacks
Max speed 24 mph: drop ride no attacks
Max speed 22 mph: drop ride no attacks (new group)
Max speed 20 mph: NO drop

If you get dropped from your group and you join another group behind you MUST ride the speed of your new group.


Park City: Tuesdays @ 5:30p

RSVP by email each week to ride organizer, Anna Nemeckay, to confirm the week's plans and so you can be contacted if there is a cancellation for weather or other circumstances. She's very responsive and will get back to right away with exact meeting time (between 5:30-6p) and location (somewhere in Park City). Be sure you bring water, fuel, helmet, and what you need if you get a flat. Routes vary each week. These are “catch-up” style rides, meaning the group waits for everyone to catch up at different points of the ride.

Farmington (INDOOR): M,W,Th,Sa @ 5:30a

Join team mentor Nate Cook at his house for indoor, power-based training rides. If you have a Kickr or stationary trainer, bring it. If you don't, no problem; he has a few to go around. He's also got treadmills! On weekdays, training lasts until you need to go to work or your next commitment. On Saturdays, training happens 5:30 - 11:30a, come and go as you need ... and know that on Saturdays donuts are always provided!

Whatever your plans, contact Nate in advance to confirm details for the day so you can be prepared with proper gear — some days include runs. On Tuesdays and Fridays, Nate and crew head to the pool!

*Logan: weekly day and time tbd for 2018

In the past, we've met at Joy Ride Bicycles (across from Walmart on 1600 N) on Wednesdays at 5:30p. Routes and durations varied each week, so when we start these up in 2018, be sure you arrive a little early for a great spin on Wednesdays!


*Co-hosted with Intermountain LiVe Well Cycling.

We encourage you to double-check details on group rides here and here.


Weekly Runs

Salt Lake City (Kearns/West Valley): Tuesdays @ 5:45-7a, now thru April

Utah Olympic Oval (5624 Cougar Ln, Salt Lake City, UT 84118 - directions)

Coaches will be present for pointers, tips and to help you adapt each session to your ability and target race distance. Immediately following this swim from 715-815a, we host a post-run recovery swim at KOPFC (the adjacent building). Fine if you have to bounce after track, and you’re welcome to the swim even if you don’t come to track.

Free to workout with us, but we ask you cover your facility fee which is about $5.


Salt Lake City (Holladay): Tuesdays @ 5:45-7a - done for the season, resuming April 2019

Olympus High School Track (directly east of the main building)

Coaches will be present for pointers, tips and to help you adapt each session to your ability and target race distance.

Free. Park in the main lot south of the school. When school is in session, plan to clear out around 7 to make room for students driving to school.


Utah County (American Fork): Tuesdays @ 5:45-7a - done for the season, resuming April 2019

American Fork High School Track (directly East of the main building)

Jog the track to warmup when you arrive. Session starts at 6a. Coaches will be present for pointers, tips and to help you adapt each session to your ability and target race distance.



Davis County (Farmington): varies M,W,Th,Sa @ 5:30a

Meet at Nate Cook's home to run outside (weather permitting) or in his garage (he has treadmills)

Join mentor Nate Cook for the group workouts he leads M-Sa mornings. Typically Tuesdays and Fridays are swim days at SDRC (see weekly swims), other days are a mix of power-based indoor cycling rides, run workouts and bricks (bike + run together). Saturdays are an open door 5:30 - 11:30a; come when you can, Nate will help you get a good workout in and donuts are always provided!

If you'd like to join Nate and crew any morning, reach out and ask him what's on the schedule!

Free, unless facility fees (e.g. SDRC) apply.



Swim Clinics

Saturday, March 16, 2019 - Swim Clinic #4 - Open Water Skills

What: A swim clinic building on previous clinics, focusing on skills essential for swimming in open water (lakes, reservoirs, etc.) . . . in the comfort of a pool.

Why: Most triathlons and many summer swim events take place outside the familiar environment of the pool, and there are differences to be ready for such as sighting, swimming in packs, drafting, buoy turns and dealing with current and chop. Before race/event day, come practice!

When: 9:30-11a.

Where: 50m pool at Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center (5624 S Cougar Ln, Kearns, Utah 84118 - directions)

Free. RSVP.

Saturday, May 25, 2019 - OWS Clinic #2

What: A clinic to learn and develop open water swim skills … in open water.

Why: One of the best ways to go into race/event day with more confidence is to practice everything you’ll experience that day before it comes. Most people rarely or never practice in open water, meaning their big day will have a huge portion packed with a lot of unfamiliarity. Give yourself a leg up, and join us to learn and develop open water skills from team mentors, who regularly put down the best swim splits in local races, and the experienced coaches from BAM.

Who: All ability levels are welcome. We will split into groups by level of experience; open-water first-timers, beginners, intermediates and advanced swimmers.

When: Save-the-date! Exact time TBA, plan on appx 8-10a, followed by an optional brick (bike+run) workout after.

Where: Rock Cliff Boat Launch (southeast corner of Jordanelle Reservoir - directions)

Free. RSVP will be required and posted at a later date.

SAturday, april 7, 2018 - Swim Clinic #1 - Stroke development

SAturday, May 12, 2018 - Swim Clinic #2 - Stroke Development cont'd + OWS prep

SAturday, June 16, 2018 - OWS Clinic #1 Featuring ROKA

SAturday, DEcember 8, 2018 - Swim Clinic #3 - 50x100s + Stroke Development


Bike Clinics

SAturday, april 14, 2018 - Bike Clinic #1 - FTP Test

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - The Medical and Physiological Challenges Facing Riders in the Tour de France w/Dr. Max Testa

Saturday, december 8, 2018 - Bike Clinic #2 - FTP test

Saturday, January 12, 2019 - Bike Clinic #3 - FTP Test

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - Bike Clinic #4 - Ice Breaker Time Trial

Saturday, March 9, 2019 - Bike Clinic #5 - Oceanside 70.3 Time Trial


Run Clinics



Transition Clinics

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 - Transitions Clinic #1

Nutrition Clinics

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - Performance Nutrition with f2C Founder, Greg Cowan (watch)

Thursday, May 24, 2018 - Proper Fueling for Athletes w/Liz Blike, RDN

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Proper Fueling for Athletes w/Liz Blike, RDN

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - Off-Season Nutrition and Strength Training


LiVe Well Endurance Seminars

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - Tri 101: Tips for Getting into the Sport of Triathlon with Tiffany Gust in St. George (INFO + RSVP)

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - Vo2 Max, Heart Rate Training and Blood Lactate for Enhanced Sports Performance with Tiffany Gust in St. George (info + RSVP)

Thursday, August 29, 2019 - Overtraining and Burnout in Endurance Sports with Tiffany Gust in St. George (Info + RSVP)

Thursday, May 3, 2018 - Sports Performance for the Aging Athlete with Dr. Max Testa

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - Strength Training for the Endurance Athlete with Tiffany Gust in St. George (INFO + RSVP)


Races + Events

Upcoming Events

Sunday, March 17 thru Sunday, March 24, 2019 - BAM Camp #2 Full-week option in St. George

Thursday, march 21 thru Sunday, March 24, 2019 - BAM Camp #2 in St. George

Check your welcome or most recent email for the IMLWT-member 20% off codes. Info + Registration

Thursday, May 30, 2019 thru Sunday, June 2, 2019 - The Sansego Experience: Triathlon Training Camp Featuring Craig “Crowie” Alexander in Park City

Presented by Intermountain Park City Hospital. Info + Registration

Past Events

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - Midweek run for Katelyn "IRON Kate" Bradley

Saturday, June 23, 2018 - AF Canyon Run Against Cancer by Intermountain LiVe Well

Saturday, July 14, 2018 - Echo Triathlon by TriUtah

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - Family BBQ, Pool Party & Splash-n-Dash by BAM

Saturday, August 18, 2018 - Jordanelle Triathlon by TriUtah

Saturday, August 25, 2018 - Self-Supported Workout Day (OWS + Bike)

Sunday, August 26, 2018 - Mountain Bike + Trail Run (PanAm Course Preview w/XTERRA Pros) 

Saturday, September 1, 2018 - Brineman Prep: Double-Brick Workout Day

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 - Virtual Q&A W/Coaches, Mentors, Brineman Race Director + UtahTriBuzz Editor-In-Chief

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - Utah State Triathlon Championships - BRINEMAN by TriUtah

Saturday, October 13 2018 - kona watch party + Indoor Brick workout

Thursday, November 22, 2019 - Thanksgiving Day Indoor cycling class

SAturday, DEcember 8, 2018 - 50x100s Group Swim

Friday, December 14, 2018 - A Night with IRONMAN Legend Julie Moss

Monday, december 24, 2018 - 12 Days of Power (Indoor Cycling Class, Christmas Special)

SAturday, DEcember 29, 2018 - 100x100s Group Swim

Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - New Year’s Day Indoor cycling class

Thursday, January 30 thru Sunday, February 3, 2019 - BAM Camp #1 in St. George


Schedule is updated regularly and subject to change. Get updates.


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All-member benefits:

  • Monthly cycling classes

  • Weekly outdoor rides

  • Swim & run clinics

  • Race-day support

  • Personal mentorship

  • Discounted tri & cycling kits

  • Sponsor perks & discounts!

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