Monday, January 18, 2010

Back from USA Cycling Coaching Clinic

After the 3-day clinic conducted by USA Cycling, it's nice to be home again. The clinic was very informative and worthwhile to anyone involved in coaching cyclists focused on performance. The lectures, combined with attendee interaction, made for a great weekend of learning.

Speaking of clinics, for anyone interested in learning about the ins and outs of sports conditioning, you should consider attending The Summit of Strength and Conditioning and Sports Medicine hosted by the Graduate school at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Feb. 19-20. This event will feature leaders in the field of strength and conditioning, including several famous NFL coaches. Go HERE to learn more and to register. I've been invited to lecture on the topic of training program design, as well as to give a Spinervals demonstration class. Check it out!

Today is client program development day. Mondays are usually reserved for going over athlete training logs and writing new 'blocks' of training for upcoming weeks. For me, It's hard to believe that I've had this routine now of writing athlete schedules since the early 1990's! Wow, time goes by fast! Remember... don't let it pass you by. :)

Train smart,
-Coach Troy

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