Redefine your true potential

MAKE EVERY TRAINING COUNT

Tri-Excellence offers training solutions to help you redefine your true potential. Improve better and faster by using the products that are supported by elite tri-professionals and top-coaches.

NEW: CONTINUOUS LACTATE MONITORING (CLM) SENSOR

The newest, most innovative way to continuously monitor your blood lactate level.

  • Non invasive (no blood sampling needed)
  • Real-time lactate monitoring
  • Real-time fluid-loss monitoring
  • Real-time electrolyte-loss monitoring
  • measurements every 1 minute
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BLOOD LACTATE MONITORING: THE EASY WAY

The advantage of blood lactate monitoring by using the ONASPORT CLM sensor:

  • No need to stop training for blood sampling and analyses
  • Continuous monitoring gives better insight to optimize your training
  • No needle in ear or finger

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  • Performance

    Monitoring blood lactate level gives you better information on your thresholds. If you train at, or just below your lactate thresholds you improve faster and recover easier. Controlled training based on lactate values allows you to improve and make real progress weekly.

  • Excellence

    Tri-excellence offers excellent solutions that makes tri-athletes improve faster. Elite triathletes and their coaches support us. They provide feedback to improve products even further and give practical tips on how to use the Tri-excellence products during your training.

  • Unlock

    Unlock and redefine your TRUE potential by using Continuous Lactate Monitoring. By adding CLM to your heart-rate and power monitoring you have constant insight in your aerobic and anaerobic thresholds. If they shift; you can adjust your training intensity immediately.

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  • Supported by elite triathletes and top-coaches.

  • Clement Mignon

    Clement Mignon

    France

    "I spend long sessions in lt1 and just with heart rate and power it is not enough. I need the lactate measurement. With the CLM sensor I could control lactate continuously during 30-40 min climb lt1 sessions, and see the evolution of lactate instead of just 1 measurement before and after."

  • Parker Spencer

    Parker Spencer

    United States

    "We do a lot of blood lactate testing on a regular basis. It would be ideal to have a semi-continuous CLM sensor that can show blood lactate without needing to stop and get it from the athletes ear."

  • Lasse Luhrs

    Lasse Lührs

    Germany

    "I mainly use lactate measurement for threshold and zone 2 training, approx. 20-40 measurements per week. The CLM sensor makes sure that the training session is not interrupted. You have data at all times during the session and the measurements are not just isolated."

    Picture by: Dennis Glaubach
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