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June 1/10 16:34 pm - Pacific Cycling Centre Offers Athlete Seminars at Road Nationals


Posted by Editoress on 06/1/10
 

Houshang Amiri, Head Coach and President of Pacific Cycling Centre, is offering his expertise to athletes competing at the Canadian Road Nationals in Edmonton in a series of informative, practical seminars.

This three-day free seminar series will uncover your potential to maximize your training and help you become a world class cyclist. Learn the secrets of training and success from an elite coach and how to utilize the science of cycling and the art of coaching to create new approaches to training.

Seminar 1: Cycling Economy and Time Trial Efficiency
Learn how to integrate physiological and psychological segments into the mix, develop your own techniques for warm up/cool down routines, and ride faster without changing your existing training.
Date: Wednesday, June 23
Time: 5:00-6:00 PM
Location: Metric Hotel, Conference Room

Seminar 2: Fatigue Management, Enhancing Recovery and Regeneration
Learn how to use fatigue to improve your performance, understand the very early symptoms and learn techniques to measure fatigue and fast recovery.
Date: Thursday, June 24
Time: 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Location: Metric Hotel, Conference Room

Seminar 3: How to Use Power Meters for Better Training
What to expect from using power meters, learn more how to use a power meter, how to analyze the data, be more efficient and in control.
Date: Friday June 25
Time: 5:00-6:00 PM
Location: Metric Hotel, Conference Room

For more information, contact admin@pacificcyclingcentre.ca

 


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