Hey, Macca here and these are …

Twelve of my most lethal and EFFECTIVE triathlon training sessions of
ALL TIME!

First Timers – Want to give yourself the ultimate challenge? Start training with Macca right now and see if you’ve got what it takes! Every session has a beginners option included.
Weekend Warriors – Want to pick up your game? Macca will kick your ass and you’ll love it! Dominate your mates with ease and they will soon start asking you for pointers.
Fitness Fanatics – Weights and cardio? These won’t even get you close to the level of fitness that good triathletes have. Up your game and go elite with your training!
Triathlon Lovers – Love the sport but having a hard time finding enough time to train and improve? If you’re up for the challenge, Macca will show you exactly how to get back on track!
Semi-Pro Triathletes – These workouts have been hand-picked by the Australian Olympic team, Tour de France cyclists, and Olympic runners. They will absolutely blow your socks off and make you a better athlete in every way!
Coaches – Use this to enhance what you’re already doing with your athletes. This is not a coaching program, but when combined with the knowledge and execution of a good coach, it is very powerful!

 

Modules: Swim

1 – Elevator 02 – Inhaler 03 – Lung Busters 04 – Open Water Session

This set is tough but once you’re able to master it, it really makes you strong and fast in the water.

It was taught to Chris by Dick Cane, in Cronella, Australia. Cane has also coached Craig Alexander and many other world champions.

Like the name suggests, this will get your heart rate right up there.

The main set is 2400 meters long and strategically designed to increase your swim speed and strength for race day.

Introduced to Chris by Craig Walton, one of the greatest triathlon swimmerof all time, and Coach Denis Cotterell,who coached China’s Sun Yang to gold in the 2012 1500m final.

Done in Kona, Hawaii, while Chris
prepared for Ironman World
Champs 2012, he walks you through
his #1 open-water swim set that he
uses before every big race.

You won’t want to miss this.

Modules: Bike

05 – Indoor Trainer – MVO2 06 – Power Up 07 – Time Trial 08 – Indoor Trainer – Mediums

These will get your heart rate going and strengthen your respiratory system, allowing you to dig deeper on the bike, perform stronger on the hills, and enjoy a strong and smooth ride.

Set in the mountains of Davos, Switzerland, this is a key training set that Chris used to recover his bike endurance after he converted from Olympic to long course.

He won the ITU long-course world championship two weeks later.

Used in Kona, Hawaii, during training camp in preparation for the 2012 Ironman World Championships, this will help you with your bike speed and increase your ability to go fast!

Introduced to Chris by Nick Gates, a multiple Tour de France rider and now the Saxo Bank sports director, these sessions are short but extremely effective and will improve your ability to maintain a faster pace on race day.

Modules: Run

09 – Treadmill 10 – Accordion 11 – Long Steady Distance Run 12 – Track Pyramids

This is used to increase your leg speed so you can run faster. It’s used heavily in training for sprint or Olympic distance races.

Chris shows you exactly how he uses the Treadmill with @camkgood a rising ITU star actually doing the session.

Set on the beautiful trails of Davos, Switzerland, this set was introduced to Chris by one of Australia’s greatest marathon runners of all time, Steve Moneghetti, to help strengthen the second half of his marathon.

Putting in the base miles is key for every endurance athlete.

Chris shows you exactly how you can do this more effectively while keeping it fun and, hopefully, injury-free.

This will enable you to build pure running speed.

Chris did this set with five of the 2012 female Olympians (two weeks prior to the games) for triathlon, including Lisa Norden, who won silver in a photo finish.

Hammer Time,
Hill Repeats

(Value $49)

Five-time world champion triathlete Terenzo Bozzone shares with you his #1 workout session for hilly bike courses.

He currently holds the Wildflower course record and is a regular training partner of Macca’s. No stone goes unturned with this workout; he gives you everything!

Sportoga

(Value $49)

Strength & Conditioning Exercises for Triathletes. Learn some of the key exercise routines Macca has been doing with his strength and conditioning coach over the last twenty years.

These play a HUGE role in his ability to remain injury-free and continue increasing his speed as he approaches 40.

Open Water
Swimming!

(Value $49)

Learn from Gerry Rodrigues, a multiple open-water world champion and considered by Macca to be one of the best open-water swim coaches in the world.

Gerry covers in detail the correct ways to sight, draft, breathe, and conquer any fears you may have of open-water swimming.

But, that is not my quest. I just want to help you achieve and exceed your athletic goals. This is a lifetime of knowledge that I’ve collected from personal experience as well as from many of the best and fittest athletes in the world. Everyone is pressuring me to charge a whole lot more, but I’m not going to do that.

Personal coaching with me starts at $7,500 (a day) and I’m not even taking on new clients right now. You are getting lifetime-access to a complete download of my brain, delivered personally from me to you on HD-Video.



$297
$197
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(1 Time)

Yip, it’s a real no-brainer…

That’s Less Than A Nice Dinner For Two!


With MaccaX12 you get over fifteen hours of top-quality content from me. I could easily have put 150 hours of video on here but I wanted to make this as compact and deadly as possible. The whole point with MaccaX12 is to save time and workout more effectively, so that’s why I’ve limited the volume but increased the quality.
You Will Become Fitter, Faster, and Mentally Stronger than You ever Imagined Possible…

We will be adding top-quality content based on your feedback, so the training and content grow over time. Plus, this way you can hear interviews with other top professional athletes, coaches, and doctors, instead of just hearing me blab on and on all the time..

Of course you can just stick with your current routine if you want, but if you’re looking to change your body and race results, you have to do something different. If you’re stuck at a weight plateau, or if you want to gain endurance or strength, you have to give these workouts a fair crack of the whip and get out of your comfort zone.

You have to do things that hurt!

I’m not talking about workouts that are bad for you or cause injuries. I’m talking about workouts that challenge you…that make your muscles sore but also make them stronger! You’ve heard the expression ‘hurts so good,’ right? Well, that is exactly the kind of hurt I’m talking about.

I encourage you to challenge yourself more in your workouts. Actually, this goes for your nutrition as well. If you keep eating the same comfort foods, and you aren’t seeing results…guess what? You have to CHANGE!!!!

If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you!!!

Go for a new challenge today and I promise you’ll be happier, more self-confident, and most importantly, you’ll become that much closer to embracing any new challenges in your life! I challenge you to start today!!!

 

The MaccaNow Foundation is set up to commemorate Chris McCormack’s mother who passed away from breast cancer in 1999. Our initial intention is to raise $2,735,373 to provide assistance to families who are in active treatment for breast cancer in order to lessen the financial burdens and improve their quality of life. A portion of all proceeds go towards the MaccaNow Foundation.

Why Should We Listen To You?


Here are some of my career stats:

Won 76% of career events.

Finished on the podium 88% of the time.

Won 200 + races around the world since 1993.

Only person ever to be Olympic Course + Ironman World Champion.

Twelve Ironman Victories, more Than any other male.

Broken 8 hours in Ironman distances four times. ( Only man to do so )

Five-time International Triathlete of the Year.

Five-time Competitor of the Year.

ESPN World’s Fittest Man.