In the endurance world of cycling, multisport and running, it seems like everyone wants to be and is a “coach.” Endurance coaching today seems to be like personal trainers in the 1980s. Too often, individuals feel that if they sit through a weekend course and/or take one test, that they are more than qualified to coach others. Let’s be sure that if an athlete chooses to be coached that they are receiving just that (coaching) and not just a cheerleader.
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I misread a workout a few weeks back that my cycling coach had assigned me. When all was said and done I had missed roughly 4 minutes of effort. I was devastated. Although showered and in my jammies, I wanted to jump back on the trainer and hammer it out. I hate cutting corners. I hate under-achieving.
Coach Joy Duerksen takes a moment to look back at some of the lessons she's learned on how to communicate with "grown-up" athletes. She shares her three top lessons and suggestions on how to strengthen your relationship with your client through the way you talk to them.
by Simon Butterworth
As a coach, using a MultiRider system allows you to observe quite a few of your athletes riding at once. The system is very beneficial and time efficient. Imagine trying to drive next to 8 of your riders at a time while measuring watts, mph, HR, cadence and RPE! Collecting the data is done automatically and of course distributing the data back to your athletes is key as well. They want to keep this information in their WKO+ files to review and study too.
Here is a short lesson on how to send these files to your athletes after a MultiRider training session:
Triathlon Coaches: Monitor, Analyze and Plan – How to MAP Success for Your Athletes
Thursday, October 28, 2010 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT
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Are you looking for a way to simplify planning and communicating with your clients? Want to cut down on the time you spend on administrative duties and focus more on helping your athletes and growing your business? What if you could make it easier for clients to log their data AND for you to analyze it?