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TrainingPeaks attends USAT Art & Science Symposium

USAT10LogoWOThis week in Colorado Springs, the TrainingPeaks team is attending the USAT Art & Science Symposium to share our software with triathlon coaches looking for new client management strategies and athletes looking for new training solutions. Many USAT certified coaches already use TrainingPeaks to manage their clients, and the symposium presents a unique opportunity for coaches who are not already using the program to learn more about how they can improve their efficiency and effectiveness as a fitness professional with TrainingPeaks.

Aside from coaches and athletes, event directors can also use TrainingPeaks to add value to their races by providing participants with an additional training tool to prepare themselves for a great experience on race day. All event participants deserve the same opportunities that runners in the Competitor Group's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series, the ING New York City Marathon and readers of publications like Runner's World experience with TrainingPeaks today!

Stop by the TrainingPeaks booth at the USAT Art & Science Symposium to learn more about how our software can help you as a coach, athlete, or event director add greater value and improved results to your coaching business, your training, or your event.

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