Webinar: Using Heart Rate Feedback in Training and On Race Day
Topic: Using Heart Rate Feedback in Training and On Race Day
Jesse Kropelnicki leads the discussion on one of QT2's most valuable training and racing concepts: Heart Rate Monitoring. Heart rate feedback plays a critical role in training and pacing across all race distances, especially the marathon, 70.3, and Ironman. Heart rate-based training and racing protocols take a great deal into consideration, and provide a very detailed assessment for an individual athlete’s personal needs. Learn how QT2 has successfully trained and paced thousands of athletes world-wide, from beginner to professional, using the techniques covered within this webinar. Learn how to build effective heart rate based training and racing protocols, why heart rate goes up in climatic heat, and how using it can assist in GI distress prevention on race day.
Jesse KropelnickiJesse Kropelnicki is a USAT Level III elite triathlon coach who founded QT2 Systems, LLC, as well as TheCoreDiet.com. He is the triathlon coach of over 15 professional triathletes including Caitlin Snow, Jessie Donavan, and Pedro Gomes, among others. His interests lie in coaching professional triathletes using quantitative training and nutrition protocols. Jesse is also a regular presenter at USAT coaching clinics and webinars.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members, Coaches and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: May 22, 2014
Start Time: 3:30 PM MST
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