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all abilities  |  supportive |  inclusive

ENERGYLAB Triathlon is a Brisbane based Triathlon club offering Group Sessions and Online Coaching + Mentoring globally. The club was formed from a desire to grow the sport of Triathlon and to help athletes achieve their full potential by balancing training, work, family and friends. Our ongoing motivation comes from setting new goals, and supporting each other to achieve them. 

By being a member of ENERGYLAB Triathlon, you become a member of an extended family who all share in the passion for exercise. We are open to All Abilities - from completing your first Triathlon, achieving your Personal Best, through to World Championship level athletes.

Our team of coaches and mentors are led by Mark Gleeson (2020/21 Triathlon Queensland Club Coach of the Year). They are all experienced triathletes, and accredited Triathlon Australia coaches, who believe in being part of the session and leading by example. The coaches give immediate feedback to ensure the group remain safe and improve performance.  We ensure everyone achieves their personal goals and at all times we train with purpose and have fun along the way!  When racing, you will be supported by the Energy Lab Tribe, who are at most of the local, 70.3 and Ironman races.

Sessions - Brisbane-based 
Each session caters to a range of abilities, where the sessions are coached and tailored accordingly - to ensure no-one gets left behind.​  Come and check us out - the vibe of the Tribe is infectious!

Session Timetable 




Group Pricing Options

  • $15 - Casual per session (includes pool entry)

  • $100 - for 10 Sessions (includes pool entry)

  • $40/week - Weekly pass for ALL Sessions
    (includes pool entry)

Online Coaching - Junior, Sprint, 70.3 to Ironman

ENERGYLAB Triathlon offers online coaching by Mark Gleeson for Sprint distance, through to Ironman Triathlons and specific sports like Running and Cycling. The program provides structure and utilises a data driven approach to modify the program based on the body's response to the sessions. This data is then used to develop a specific race plan based on Pacing / Hydration / Nutrition.  The online programs are developed to transfer knowledge and provide guidance to those that are looking to reach their potential at all levels.




Head Coach

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Beginner/All Abilities



Head Coach

MARK has been participating in Triathlons for over 30 years and has covered all distances up to Ironman. 

Some of Mark’s achievements include:

  • Triathlon Australia Accredited Development Coach

  • Triathlon Queensland Club Coach of the Year (2020/21)

  • AusCycling Development Coach

  • 16 x Ironman Finisher (PB 9:23)

  • 3 x Hawaiian Ironman Finisher (6 times Qualifier)

  • National Standard Distance Age Group Champion (2020)

  • Ironman Asia Pacific Age Group Champion (2017)

  • Ironman 70.3 Sunny Coast Age Group Champion (2017)

  • Sub 3hr Marathon

Mark understands the importance of having a flexible approach to training by maintaining the balance between training, work, family and friends. Mark believes in the importance of using your time wisely to achieve your individual goals, and at all times training with a purpose.

Mark's Motto:  Talent only gets you so far, ‘Grit’ is the key to success - it requires persistence and resilience with a focused goal. Grit can be developed over time in a supportive environment with a mentor who can provide leadership and guidance. To achieve your potential in Triathlon, you can develop Grit through getting feedback and continual learning. Mark enjoys sharing his knowledge of the sport and providing guidance and support to help athletes reach their full potential.


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TARYN has been involved in Triathlons for 10 years and participating in running events up to marathon distance. Since joining Energy Lab Triathlon in 2018, Taryn’s skill development has improved immensely resulting in some noteworthy results:

  • Triathlon Australia Accredited Foundation Coach

  • National Champion Olympic Distance (35-39) (2019)

  • 3rd Ironman Australia (35-39) and 4th Female amateur overall (2019)

  • 1st Springfield Marathon female winner (2018)

  • 3rd female Park2Park half marathon (2018)


Taryn has participated in all distances from Sprint to Ironman - including 6 Ironmans, 18 Half Ironmans and 4 Marathons. In her spare time, she is a Lecturer in Statistics and Mathematics and is involved in community engagement encouraging high school students to become interested in mathematics.

Taryn’s Motto:  Firstly, have fun. Some sessions will test you mentally and physically but ultimately we have to have fun.  Secondly, I believe one of the key factors, often overlooked, is confidence - your ability to fully believe in your ability to achieve your goals. You may have all of the ability in the world but without confidence, you won’t have the belief to “shoot for the stars” and “step outside your limits”. When confidence is developed you have faith in your ability and your preparation, without expecting success. 

Gleeso's Words:  Taryn has been with Energy Lab from the start, with her son Bailey. She brings so much to Energy Lab, by demonstrating the behaviours required to be successful. Interestingly, success came to Taryn when she focused on continual improvement and not achievement. When I think of 'Relentless Pursuit of Continual Improvement' I think of Taryn, who consistently trains week in,  week out, all year round. Taryn has played a huge part in becoming a Mentor,  providing encouragement, advice and guidance. 

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Beginner/All Abilities

LISA competed in her first Triathlon in 2012.  She got involved in Triathlons as a result of having to stop playing Hockey due to injury.  Doctors said to her "either fuse your foot or stop playing hockey" - so she chose Triathlon!

Lisa is a Triathlon Australia Accredited Foundation Coach and focuses on the Beginner / All Abilities and knows how to go from Beginner through to Ironman 70.3.  She balances her love of Triathlon with a corporate career.


Lisa focused on sprint Triathlons until 2018, as she could not swim very well due to needing a shoulder re-construction, which she got in mid 2017.  She went full steam after that - racing in her first Olympic Triathlon at Noosa in 2018, then her first Ironman 70.3 at Western Sydney three weeks later. 

Gleeso's Words: Lisa has an inherent Grit - she chooses a goal and focuses on achieving it. Lisa is the ideal person to help our Beginner and All Abilities athletes as she started out as a beginner back in 2012 and has gradually progressed through Triathlon. One story I have of Lisa's determination was when she did her first Ironman 70.3 at Western Sydney and it was amazing to see her focus on finishing - there was never a doubt. Lisa is goal orientated, she just loves targeting a race and then focusing on doing the training to get to the finish line. 



6:00pm - 7:30pm


The swim sessions are Triathlon specific where we focus on  technique and open water swimming skills. 


These sessions cater for someone new to swimming who wants to complete their first Triathlon through to those who are more experienced and want to improve their technique and open water swimming.

Clayfield College Swimming Pool 
95 Bayview Terrace, Clayfield (entrance at Gate 5)

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The Run sessions are open to all abilities with everyone starting and finishing together.  It is a coached session where you will receive feedback on your running technique.

TUESDAY     Meet Nundah Crit Track

5:30am - 6:30am

Threshold Session - this session is ideal to improve your distance running and the run off the bike. 

THURSDAY  Meet Brett's Wharf Ferry

5:30am - 6:30am (followed by coffee)

Interval Session - the focus of this session is on improving your run speed and efficiency. There is a broad range of abilities at this group and is open to everyone.

Tuesday - Meet Nundah Crit Track

Thursday - Brett's Wharf Ferry Terminal, Hamilton

B I K E   
5:30am - 6:45am

The Bike sessions are designed by Gleeso who has 30 years of experience riding and racing bikes. The key focus of these sessions is group and individual riding catering for all abilities through to experienced riders. 

The sessions are conducted at Nundah Crit Track which is only open for cyclists, allowing us to target specific sessions without the risks of riding on the road. 


Nundah Crit Track, 111 Hedley Avenue, Nundah

B R I C K   (Bike+Run) 

The Brick session is designed to be race specific and improve the transition from Bike to Run. The format of the session is to improve the transition technique, mount and dismount. 

From a performance perspective, we also do intervals which are designed to improve speed. The bike is non-drafting to teach everyone to maintain the draft distance. The run is typically at race pace. 

During the Triathlon season the Brick session is one of the most popular, as it is fun and high energy.



Nundah Crit Track, 111 Hedley Avenue, Nundah



Sprint, Olympic Distance
and Single Sport Specific

This program is designed specifically for short course Triathlons through to Olympic distance Triathlons (Noosa and Mooloolaba) and is tailored for all levels - from beginners and those new to triathlon, to the experienced athlete.


The program is tailored and adjusted  based on fatigue levels and race focus. The sessions are shorter in nature with a higher intensity. 

Online Cost: $30/week

Online + All Group Sessions: $50/week


Ironman + Ironman 70.3

This program provides structure utilising specific sessions to develop speed and endurance. We focus on developing the training behaviours to have a sustainable training/life balance with a whole of athlete approach. The program utilises the data from sessions to develop a Pacing/Hydration/Nutrition race plan.

The schedule and sessions are continually altered depending on life commitments, training load and the body's response to sessions. We focus on a training/life balance to ensure the schedule is sustainable.

We look beyond the race and ensure training is maintained to become part of life.

The end result of this program is to take your knowledge of yourself and the sport to another level and prepare you for Ironman or Ironman 70.3 races.

Online Cost: $40/week

Online + All Group Sessions: $60/week




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SWIM       Monday PM + Wednesday PM
                        Clayfield College Pool, 95 Bayview Tce, Clayfield

RUN          Tuesday AM

                        Meet Nundah Crit Track

                        Thursday AM 

                        Brett's Wharf Ferry Terminal
BIKE         Wednesday AM + Friday AM 
                       Nundah Crit Track, 111 Hedley Avenue, Nundah




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