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Webinar: Building Effective Swim Programs

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Building Effective Swim Programs

Building effective swimming programs can be a challenging process - especially when working with athletes who require stroke remediation or need to improve aerobic or anaerobic limiters.  In this webinar, we'll look at how to build effective swimming workouts that not only prescribe the correct reps and recovery, but are based on the individualized physiological athlete profile. We'll also look at the importance of skills development and ensuring proper mechanics are employed for maximum efficiency.

By breaking down the mechanics of the swim stroke and employing proper test sets to determine physiological limiters, learn to maximize strengths, diminish limiters, and ensure the most efficiency and effectiveness for your athlete.

Dave Burgess

Dave Burgess is a USAT level 2, ASCA level 2, and USAC level 2 certified coach.  He has been involved in the triathlon and endurance sports community since 2000 and began coaching in 2009.  Dave also has a certificate in Sports and Performance Nutrition.

As the founder and head coach of Podium Training Systems, Dave works with athletes of all levels – from first time competitors to elite level athletes – competing in all race distances.  Dave is also the founder and head coach of the Podium Swim club in Colorado Springs, where triathletes and swimmers alike can progress towards maximum performance via technique, mechanics, and performance-based training.

Dave also works with other coaches looking to develop their coaching business by providing guidance and assistance on start-up strategies and business model creation.  He assists coaches with athlete swim stroke mechanics, stroke analysis, and overall training prescriptions.

Dave comes from strong swimming background, competing as a youth through collegiate level competition.  Originally from the Midwest, and after spending time in Chicago and New York, he and his wife now reside in Colorado Springs.

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Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members, Coaches and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Jul. 15, 2014
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST

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