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Webinar: I Just Got a Power Meter…Now What?

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Topic: I Just Got a Power Meter…Now What?

All other things being equal, the more power you can produce, the faster you can ride a bicycle over a given distance. That’s why increasing cycling power is so important for competitive cyclists and triathletes. While there are a variety of actions you can take to boost power, one of the best steps is the purchase of a power meter. However, a power meter only works if you know how to effectively use it in your training and racing. This webinar provides you with simple tips and strategies for using your new power meter. As a result of this session, you will be able to identify 5 major benefits of training and racing with a power meter, and describe terms such as functional threshold power, normalized power, training stress score, intensity factor, kilojoule, mean maximal power and power profile. You will also be able to make effective use of your power meter in a variety of training and racing situations.

Purchase this archived webinar here.

Dr. Tyrone Holmes

Dr. Tyrone Holmes is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise, a certified Level 2 coach with USA Cycling and the President and Founder of Holmes Fitness Coaching. In addition to being a competitive cyclist, he provides Cycle-Max Coaching for athletes who want to improve their bike performance and Healthy Lifestyle Coaching for individuals who want to lose weight and develop healthier lifestyles. He has presented numerous webinars on cycling and growing a coaching business and is the author of two books on cycling and triathlons, with two more currently in the works.

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Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Nov. 19, 2013
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST

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