Rock Star Triathlete coach Kerry Sullivan talks about hand position while swimming.
In this Video, Rock Star Triathlete coach Kerry Sullivan, talks about what pieces of equipment on your bike will really help to make you faster. Continue reading
Drafting is often an “evil” word in the world of triathlon, but within the rules of drafting there are ways to draft legally that will help you.
Ben and Kerry will be sharing with you what you need to know to so you can ethically and legally race as fast as you can without getting a penalty.
Link to USAT’s drafting rules: http://www.usatriathlon.org/about-multisport/rulebook.aspx#Article%205
Link to a video on Triathlete Magazine drafting experiment video: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2012/09/video/video-the-drafting-experiment_58876
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Knowing where to start at the beginning of a triathlon can be a tricky thing. Do you line up to the far side, right in the middle, or at the back? There is a time and place for all these strategies.
Ben & Kerry will discussing how you can set yourself up for success when the race gun goes off by placing yourself at the ideal spot at the swim start line.
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At ironguides, our whole philosophy is based upon improving one step at a time or, as we like to call it, brick by brick. As coaches we are here to guide you in your fitness journey and take you to where you want to go.
The first thing we need to know from an athlete, though, is where it is that you want to go—what do you want to achieve? Once an athlete, and her coach, knows the key goal we are aiming for, it is time to get to work.
As we head into the off-season, now is the perfect time for novice and experienced athletes alike to sit down with their coaches, family and friends, or simply by themselves, to determine the goals for the coming year.
At ironguides we emphasize developing motor patterns in training, instead of the traditional focus on endurance development. We approach training this way to ensure specificity and reduce the risk of injury. The endurance element of training is still developed on the side – it’s just no longer the sole focus.
When I say motor pattern development I am talking about the brain’s control of movement. Every movement we make is controlled by the brain (motor). It must assign a portion (pattern) of our muscle fibres to perform the action we want, for example a pedal revolution in cycling. Continue reading
Kerry and Newest Rock Star Triathlete coach Bradley Haag Will be talk about of season training in this podcast.
This time of year is often the “off season” for many triathletes and leaves many confused on what to do training wise.
If done right you can come into next season better than ever. If done wrong you can be even slower
Listen to hear how you can take the off season by the horns and be ready to rock come your first race of the year.
In this 2013 Triathlon Racing Lessons & Off-Season Recommendations workshop, Rock Star Triathlete Academy coaches Ben Greenfield and Kerry Sullivan cover:
-How Kerry is using a power meter…
-Changes to Kerry’s diet for the 2013 racing season…
-How Ben trained 8-9 hours a week for Ironman Hawaii…
-Ben and Kerry’s top off-season recommendations…(including Ben’s “Mass Made Simple” plan he’ll be following)…
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In this Rock Star member’s only workshop, Ben & Kerry share with you the top 10 things they have learned in 2013 so far – in both coaching athletes and in their own racing.
Triathlon training, nutrition and racing is constantly evolving. Ben & Kerry are on top of the evolution of the sport and will share the latest and greatest with you.
Kevin Koskella has been coaching Masters Swim Teams in San Francisco and San Diego since 2001 and being an accomplished swimmer, has earned the highly prized All-American status at the college level. Kevin is a leader in aiding the beginner and experienced triathlete towards excellence in the swimming portion of the race.
He is also the owner of TriSwimCoach.com a highly regarded web site in the triathlon training world.
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