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ATAC works closely together with a number of partners. Find below a short summary of each of the partners and the potential benefits they may provide to our Athletes



Whether it is clothing, shoes or nutrition, All4running is the place to be when it comes to running accessories.  Together with All4Running, ATAC organises different kind of clinics which can be attended for free by ATAC athletes.

All4Running is also our starting point for the Monday Night running in sessions in the Vondelpark.

Last bu not least, ATAC Members are enjoying a 15% discount on the entire product range. 


PhysioMatters is headed by club member and volunteer running trainer Joe McConnell.  It is located on the Overtoom and in the Jordaan. Joe specialises in sport injuries and having been with the club since 2015 is experienced in dealing with triathlon-specific problems. He strives to help ATAC athletes stay on top of their training plans and remain injury free.

Many ATAC members are also seeing Joe for injury prevention and sports massage.

Treatments are usually covered by your insurance so give him a call, email or whatsapp:

+31 6 38 14 30 63 | |

Build a more resilient body, move better with less chance of injury and improve your performance.

Wilson’s Workouts is run by ATAC member Lorna Wilson.  She is a Personal Trainer specialising in Biomechanics Coaching and strength training for endurance athletes. Lorna creates a custom training programme for you based on your biomechanics intake. She is able to gather movement information about your body that other personal trainers simply do not have. This intake gives information about alignment and movement inefficiencies that need to be worked on, in order for you to build a more resilient, unrestricted and stronger body.

She also runs an outdoor strength training for running group on Thursday evenings (also appropriate for triathletes). Keep an eye on to find out when the next class will take place.


Chiropractors keep the central nervous system clear from interference so that the body can do what it does best… adapt, regenerate, heal and thrive! 

We do that by assessing the intricate functioning of the spine and cranial bones and adjusting them where needed. 

For athletes, of any kind, it means improved performance, better recovery and decreasing the chance of injuries occurring.


Massage is a way of life… a way to maintain the body on a regular basis and to prevent the onset of illnesses and diseases rather than a treatment one seeks only when a problem arises.

These days, as chronic muscular pain becomes an increasingly common condition from too much sitting and computer work, many people feel they must accept their discomfort as a normal part of aging or the inevitable reality of contemporary life.

At Bodywork Integration & Awareness, the Asian approach of preventative massage is brought to our clients. Regular massages stimulate the circulatory system, boost immunity and promote a supple, flexible muscular system. As a result, injuries, chronic pain and aches are minimised or avoided completely.

ATAC Athletes receive a 10% discount