The ultimate training and racing with power toolkit!
Originally presented as a 3-part webinar series, this resource is now available for you to download. You will receive more than four total hours of audio instruction, providing you with everything you need to train and race multisport with power more effectively. Each session includes 75-90′ of audio, plus presentation slides so you can follow along.
- > Two supplemental articles (26 pages total) by Chris Whyte (Lakerfan) on Racing with Power and File Analysis.
- > TSS pacing tables for Ironman® and Half Ironman® racing.
In the end, any powermeter is only as valuable as the investment YOU make in learning how to use it effectively. Augment your $2000 whizbang gadget with our $99 webcast series and get the most out of your training and racing power investment! Do you own a powermeter but have difficulty finding quality information on how to apply the tool to multisport racing? Look no further…
Session 1: Power Training, for Multisport
CyclingPeaks: Functional Threshold Power, Intensity Factor, Normalized Power, Training Stress Score, etc. Everything you need to know, explained in a language you can understand. Training protocols to make you a stronger triathlon cyclist.
Session 2: Power Racing, for Multisport
of racing with power.
Session 3: Analyzing Power Files
The Presenters are leading authorities on powermeter use for multisport athletes, with years of experience teaching age groupers how to use these tools to further their multisport training and racing.
Rich Strauss, founder of Crucible Fitness and Endurance Nation.
Jason Digman, Coach and Founder of Dig It Triathlon and Multisport.
Kurt Perham, Coach and Founder of Personal Best Multisport Coaching.
Rick Ashburn is an age-group triatlete M45-49 from Lafayette, CA, competing in all distances since 2002.
Rick has been using power data in his training and racing since 2003, and has brought is day-job skills as an analyst to bear on some of the number-crunching aspects of using power data for training and racing.
Note: The ebook file is about 137mb in size and you will need the most-up-to-date version of Adobe Reader to view the videos and listen to the podcasts. Download it here for free: www.adobe.com