RACE PLANS FOR RUNNING, CYCLING AND TRIATHLONS
To begin with, I look at least 12 weeks of historical data that has been collected using a run or bike power meter. Then I take your data to make educated inferences on your best power pacing strategy for your races.
ANALYSIS OF HISTORICAL DATA
Workouts that have been collected and stored using a run power meter or bike power meter will indicate your strengths and areas of opportunities. From there, I will work directly with you, one on one, to provide guidance on optimized training intervals to get you working towards your full potential in the least amount of time.
Watt is Up makes elite coaching tools available for all athletes that are interested in biking, running, duathlons and triathlons of all distances from the novice, to the seasoned, from track athletes to Ironman distances. Traditional heart rate training can be accurate but is incomplete. Power goes further as it considers cadence and intensity along with heart rate, giving a complete picture. In order to get the full benefits of watt we have to offer it is highly recommended that athletes purchase a run power meter. The data used with the power meter is your training edge. My training plans will be specific to the data that you produce.NOTE:
Plans can be developed without a power meter depending on your goals.PERSONAL TRAINING
It is personal. There is a detailed questionnaire that starts the ball rolling. Once we review together, I will set out a detailed plan depending on your goals, fitness level and time commitment. I enjoy working with all ages and have a passion for youth and individuals with limitations.SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: LET’S TALKS WATTS
Want to introduce power meter training to your group? I also offer presentations to groups that will introduce and explain power concepts. Learn how using these concepts can accurately measure intensity workouts and how this measurement is critical in reaching your goals through progressive training. Done properly, you can achieve your top fitness abilities by using training principles, progressive overload and specificity of training in a controlled way designed to minimize risk of injury or over training.
Coaching is an art. There is no one way to coach an athlete to achieve their goals. Dedicated coaches use a variety of pedagogical approaches based on sound scientific principles and emotional intelligences of their athletes to help with guided intuition as to what is the best way for specific athletes to train. Try one of our programs and get stated before it becomes a New Year resolution. Beat the countdown.