Hope everyone had a nice weekend! Guess what time it is? It’s time for another opportunity to gain further education elevating your triathlon training and racing. While this season has been unique, it’s been a really exciting time for many triathletes. Research suggests that it takes 7+ years to be a competent triathlete due to the intricacies of 3 sports. Outside of mechanics and conditioning, the glue that holds them all together is heart rate zone training.
After several months getting more comfortable with the concept and applying your very own working knowledge, now is a perfect time to listen in to continue to fine-tune your understanding and application of this subject matter that can take years to perfect. Thus this season could really be one to elevate and even expedite the required triathlon learning if you played your cards right.
Hope to speak with you all tomorrow (Tuesday) evening!
Subject: Heart Zone Training & Optimal Pacing Online Training with Q&A
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Description: Please join, Coach AJ Morrison, USAT Triathlon, USA Cycling and ACE Health Coach, for a comprehensive discussion on heart rate zone training and how it directly correlates with optimal pacing. Heart rate zone training is a quantitative manner to measure the athlete’s level of intensity to stimulate different training responses, optimize training time, maximize the body’s use of fuel and minimize an athlete’s risk for injury or overtraining. However it has a steep learning curve and it can be challenging to execute during training and racing. Join us to learn more about this training method and how to better implement and execute it for optimal pacing for your training and racing.
Online training details:
- Please download the appropriate desktop app to view the online meeting : https://www.freeconferencecall.com/downloads#download_application
2. Join the online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/alyssamorrison
Preferred Method: Online meeting ID: alyssamorrison
Alternative Method: Dial-in number (US): (351) 888-6280