Part 2 of 3 in the Youth/Junior Development. In this episode, Coach Ryan answers the following questions:
- What is allowing, pushing and forcing athlete progression/development?
- Where is the motivation coming from?
- What is the role of the athlete, parent and coach?
- What are the realistic expectations and/or goals of seeking performance?
- Where is the line between allowing and pushing, and between pushing and forcing?
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Do you own a power meter? If not, I’m sure you have heard of them by now. All of the top competitors and age group athletes that want to get the absolute most out of their training have a power meter.
Here’s the deal: using a power meter while training not only lets you know exactly where you’re at in terms of intensity, but the data can be used to quantify training load and manage your performance.
What about a power meter while racing? For the athletes that know how to use it properly on race day, they have a HUGE advantage over you. Here’s how: they can use the Training Stress Score equation to determine the exact power output and speed that is required to ride a course in a specific time, generating a specific training stress, all of which allows them to run as best as possible off the bike.
Want to learn more about how athletes who either have a power meter AND understand how to use it a huge advantage over you? Check out episode 56 “Keys to an IRONMAN Race plan” and episode 68, “How to Dominate an IRONMAN Bike Course.”
Endurance Sports University believe so strongly in using technology like a power meter to access and leverage the cutting-edge of science for their athletes: they are giving away FREE power meters!
Yes, you heard that correctly. If you register for 12-months of coaching with Endurance Sports University, they will give you a FREE power meter! You get 12-months of elite level coaching an a FREE $600 power meter that will start generating results right now!
For more info, head over to http://www.esofire.com/power for all the details. This offer is available until the end of May so don’t miss out!
We are now into May, the triathlon season has kicked off and well underway. What is the biggest challenge you’re facing with your training or racing so far?
If you have a late-season IRONMAN, now is the time to find the right coach for your journey! Endurance Sports University has guided and assisted thousands of athletes through their IRONMAN journey from first timers to Kona qualifiers.
Endurance Sports University has a limited number of open slot on their 2016 IRONMAN roster so contact them now by heading over to http://endurancesportsuniversity.com/consult or you can text “ESUCONSULT” to 44222 to see if ESU can help you achieve your IRONMAN racing goals.
Two things to keep in mind: if you register for 12-months of coaching, you get the free power meter we mentioned previously. The second and even better part: we have a “finisher guarantee” or a “performance” guarantee with all IRONMAN races. Either you finish the race or hit your performance goal, we’ll pay for your for your race entry.
Of course there are more details to the program such as having a power meter and GPS device, and uploading your files to training peaks. Contact ESU for more information on the free power meter and/or the finisher or performance guarantee!
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