Monday, February 1, 2016

Your Questions Answered

How does it work?
We will ask you a series of initial questions, from these questions we will produce a Basic Week for you to review, and adjust.

Once your Basic Week is set, we generate your training program in three- to six-week blocks. You have the chance to review, and adjust, each block, before you start.

Your year is split into three phases, each lasting 15 weeks. The phases are: Early Preparation; Base Preparation and Specific Preparation.

The program revolves around a core training load of 8-12 hours per week and builds towards a limited number of race simulation workouts, placed in the Specific Preparation period.


How much will it cost?
What makes us different?
Do you accept international credit cards? The sign-up only includes States/Provinces.
How do you approach determining intensity zones for each athlete?
How will focus periods fit in, if at all?


How much will it cost?
Rates start at $125 per month for our web-based coaching and $275 per month for our elite plan.

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What makes us different?
You get to interact daily with our team of coaches as they guide you through the training program that we designed. We recommend that you get a TrainingPeaks account that's linked to our master coaching account.

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Do you accept international credit cards? The sign-up only includes States/Provinces.
We will invoice you electronically so that you can pay (securely) with your choice of method.

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How do you approach determining intensity zones for each athlete? Do you have a specific approach in mind, or will you be as specific as each athletes' situation allows (equipment, lab availability, etc.)?
Our goal is to be an open platform and allow clients to use their preferred terminology (Friel, Allen, Coggan, Hellemans, USAT, ASCA, USCF… you name it).

You will find recommendations in the first two articles in the Endurance Training Essentials chapter of the Library.

Our intensity descriptions are – Easy, Steady, Moderately-Hard, Threshold (or Fast) and VO2 (or very fast).

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How will focus periods fit in, if at all? I just finished a swim focus and am about to move into a run focus. Once the days get longer in Spring, I'll be doing a bike focus as biking is my weak sport. Will there be freedom for those types of periods in the program?
The fastest way to improve at triathlon is to follow a balanced triathlon program -- so your Basic Week will always be a balanced program.

If you wish to dial down your Basic Week, and add supplemental single sport training, then we can discuss how best to incorporate.

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