Webinar: Crossing the Void - Making the Transition from Last Year to a Better Next Year
Topic: Crossing the Void - Making the Transition from Last Year to a Better Next Year
"What do I do now?" is the number one question athletes ask their coaches this time of year. Mostly they're looking for workout ideas to get them through the malaise of winter with its cold temperatures and short days, but the reality is that there are three necessary tasks to accomplish through the winter to achieve more success in the next racing season.
The purpose of this webinar is help you (or your athletes) cross the void from one year to the next year by providing strategies, techniques and tools in these three important areas:
• Critical self-examination to fix last year's body and improve next year's performance through skills development
• Dealing with the "now" of winter and the all too common post-season malaise
• Properly preparing for next year with goal setting and annual planning
A past sufferer of post racing season malaise, coach and former pro triathlete David Glover brings his passion for helping others by sharing the strategies, tips and techniques he's garnered from 15+ years of experience as an Ironman distance athlete, his coaching work developing hundreds of triathletes of all levels and his studies of exercise physiology and sports psychology in order to help other athletes and coaches safely navigate the winter months and emerge on the triathlon scene in 2012 better and faster than ever.
Author of Full Time & Sub-Nine: Fitting Iron Distance Training into Everyday Life, David Glover, MS, CSCS, is immersed in the sport of triathlon as an athlete, coach, writer and race director. He brings both formal education in exercise physiology and real world experience from more than 100 triathlon finishes – including 28 Ironman-distance races (8:51 PR) – to this presentation as he shares the practical, research-driven advice that he gives the athletes he coaches. David is certified as a coach by both USA Triathlon and USA Cycling and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, too. For more information about David, please visit: http://enduranceworks.net.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT members or coaches; $39.99 for non-members
Event Date: Nov. 1, 2011
Start Time: 4:00 PM MST
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