Preparing For Hot Weather Racing, From Cool Weather Locations

Date: November 11, 2013
Time: 07:00 PM
Cost: $20
Description:

This webinar will discuss the best approaches to prepare for hot weather racing, when living in cooler weather locations. Heat acclimation is an important concept to master, for any athlete who plans to race in hot conditions, and especially for those coming from cooler climates. This webinar will review the successful protocols that athletes have used to prepare for hot weather racing, including clothing supplementation, changes to fueling, and pacing considerations. Also discussed will be the role that sweating plays in the process of heat acclimation. Whether you will be racing in a hot location this year, or plan to in the future, join us!

What You Will Learn:

(1) The protocols that will help to ensure that you are fully prepared for a hot weather race.  (2) How to implement clothing supplementation to most effectively prepare your body for the conditions.  (3) Fueling changes that must be considered when utilizing heat acclimation protocols.  (4) Pacing considerations, when utilizing heat acclimation protocols.  (5) The role that sweating plays in the process of heat acclimation.

 

Registration:

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Caitlin Snow is a QT2 Systems Level III Coach and Professional triathlete, specializing in the 70.3 and Ironman distances. From New England, Caitlin has successfully raced in several hot weather locations, including Kona, Texas, and St. Croix.  Caitlin is the 2008 Ironman Lake Placid Champion, and four time top-10 finisher at the Ironman World Championship.