Personal training

Do you have certain performance goals in mind and need help getting there?  Maybe it’s to finish your first race, or qualify and compete in the big race you have in mind?

Have you hit a plateau in your training & racing, and looking for that extra edge to become more competitive & get on the podium?  These are personalized plans and offer greater communication with your coach!

Training Plans

Just getting started in endurance sports or maybe need a plan without all the bells & whistles from our personalized plans?

These plans are for you!  With plans for every budget, level & ability these will introduce you into the endurance sports lifestyle and get you to the healthier, happier and faster you!

Technique Coaching

Want to start out in Triathlon, or want to improve your Triathlon technique.


  • Swim Analysis – technique and drills
  • Bike Analysis – technique, threshold Heart Zones, threshold Power Output
  • Run Analysis – technique, Heart Zones and drills


What else do I provide?

One on one coaching

One on one personal coaching or consultation sessions allow athletes to train in specific areas (swim, bike, run, strength) on an hourly basis. This can be an ala carte addition to a current coaching package or can be a one off training or planning session. One on one coaching can also be focused on planning, training plan assessment goal development as a consultation.

Triathlon Swim Coach

Although the swim is the shortest distance in a tri, it can be the most challenging and create the most anxiety for triathletes. Stroke analysis and technique corrections are key to improving your strength, speed and endurance. Don’t just survive in the water, thrive!

Run Analysis

Proper running form is critical to getting faster and more importantly, injury prevention. A video analysis of your run form will help us to improve your run form.

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About me


Indoor running

Ironman training day

Our swimming session

Balance workouts


I started training with Tomas somewhat by accident.  Easygorun at the time was administering fitness tests and after showing up and speaking with Tomas, I was invited to try out the Easygorun training program.  Until then I had been a proudly solitary runner – your typical perhaps-a-few-kilos-too-many weekend warrior huffing and puffing around the track, injury prone and unremarkable.

Tomas’s training regime introduced me to a completely new approach to running – one predicated on total variety and a healthy salad mix of speed, endurance and rest sessions, rest being the cherry tomatoes in the bowl.   The speed sessions were always rigorous and increasingly so towards the end of each 4 week training cycle.  The endurance sessions could be long (up to 25 km) but easy-paced to avoid muscle overload.   Most importantly for me, as a 45 year old, Tomas learned to adapt the program to ensure enough regeneration and recovery time after hard workouts to avoid injury, that ever-present, noisome and unwelcome guest in the legs of a 40-plus runner.

Tomas proved extremely attentive to my progress, co-planning races and even registering me in events he felt important to my development.  It was he who signed me up for the 2015 Masters World Championships in Lyon, as well as in a number of other Czech Republic-based races.

Tomas sees the best performances possible in his runners. He raises the bar as high as feasible and provides the training and attention needed to realize what otherwise would have been completely unrealistic goals.  Proof is in the pudding – in the past 3 years I’ve pulled my 5 km times down from the 19 minute range  to the high 16 minutes, my 1500’s from 4:50’s to 4:20’s and discovered a penchant for shorter distances I never knew I had.  It was Tomas who perceived the sprinter in me, coaching me to 2:06 sec 800s and sub 55 sec 400’s.

I’m very much indebted to Tomas’s attention and his Easygorun training plans. I would recommend Tomas’s services to anyone serious about setting and realizing goals.

Tariq, 45 year old American living in Prague