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Webinar: Hydration, Electrolytes and Cramping: Part 1

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Topic: Hydration, Electrolytes and Cramping: Part 1

Hydration, electrolytes, temperature control and cramping are four important issues during the triathlon season. In this two-part webinar, you will be shown how all four are inter-connected and controlled by a “central governor.” This webinar will go into the actual science behind hydration, electrolyte replacement and cramping, and will debunk the rumors and myths about each to ensure you are utilizing the cutting edge of science in your training and racing!

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    Ryan Riell

    Ryan is a USAT Level II certified coach, the head coach of the Arizona State University Triathlon program and the head coach of the Break Through Elite Racing Youth and Junior Triathlon Development Program. Both his youth and junior elite squads have the distinction of being the only USAT High Performance Team in Arizona, 1 of 3 in the Southwest and 1 of 14 in the nation. Ryan is the president of Break Through Multisport, a nationally recognized professional triathlon coaching company working with professional and amateur athletes across the country. Ryan has two masters’ degrees; one in exercise physiology and biomechanics, with the second in organic and biological chemistry.

    Sanctioning Status: USAT SANCTIONED

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    Event Type: National
    Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
    Event Date: Mar. 29, 2011
    Start Time: 3:00 PM MST

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