Season Planning: A Quantitative and Practical Approach

Date: January 23, 2012
Time: 07:00 PM
Cost: $20
Description:

This webinar will discuss one of QT2 Systems' most important principles; Season Planning. A well-developed season plan can prepare athletes for a full season of training and racing, while continuing to make long-term progress, and remain injury free. Have you ever wondered what key characteristics allow Elite athletes to race week after week at such high levels? It's all about season planning! Avoid the common mistakes that many athletes make, which lead to burnout. Make steady progress throughout your entire season, and beyond. Develop an appropriate taper strategy for your respective race distance(s). Develop a firm understanding of how often you can race, and still expect to perform optimally. These are all components of a season plan that addresses your limiters, and works within the parameters of your life, and past experiences.

What You Will Learn:

(1) What common pitfalls athletes fall into, when setting up their season, which lead to injury and/or burnout. (2) How to race well throughout an entire season, both in its early and later stages. (3) Effective taper strategies across all race distances. (4) Recommended recovery periods between races of various lengths.

Registration:

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About the presenter:
Jesse Kropelnicki is an elite/pro level triathlon coach who founded QT2 Systems, LLC; a leading provider of personal triathlon and run coaching, as well as TheCoreDiet.com a leading provider of sports nutrition. He is the triathlon coach of professional athletes Caitlin Snow, Jacqui Gordon, Ethan Brown, and Pedro Gomes among others. His interests lie in coaching professional triathletes using quantitative training and nutrition protocols. You can track his other coaching comments/ideas via his blog at www.kropelnicki.com.