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Developing Training Plans for Cyclists and Triathletes Online CE Course

Developing Training Plans for Cyclists and Triathletes Online CE Course

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$114.95 CAD

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    Online Course

    Course components are delivered online and include a continuing education exam.

    Developing Training Plans for Cyclists and Triathletes Online CE Course outlines the four principles of developing training programs, discusses heart rate training zones, and provides a five-step training plan model that is applied to seven case studies. Each case study describes the cyclist’s or triathlete’s background and past performance, discusses the athlete’s training goals, and outlines a periodized training plan to help the athlete achieve those goals.

    Course Objectives
    • Use a five-step model to create periodized training programs for a variety of cycling and triathlon clients.
    • Use seven case studies as practical examples for applying the course concepts.
    • Use a variety of high-impact workouts to create various types of training plans.
    • Apply the four principles of developing a training program and the five heart rate training zones to the process of developing a training plan.
    • Develop successful training plans for a variety of cycling and triathlon disciplines based on individual client goals and circumstances.
    • Make modifications to training plans based on an evaluation of client progress.

    Audience

    A continuing education course for personal trainers or other fitness instructors working with clients who cycle or participate in triathlons.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Key Elements of Training Plan Development
    The Four Principles
    The Five Heart Rate Training Zones
    Calculating Training Zones with the Age Formula
    Calculating Training Zones with the Karvonen Method
    Calculating Training Zones with Lactate Threshold
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Training Plan Development Model
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 2. The First Century
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 3. The First Double Century
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 4. State Criterium Championships
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 5. Mountain Bike National Championships
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Periodized Training Plan
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    Plan Progress 56
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 6. State Time Trial Championships
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 7. Sprint Triathlon
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Chapter 8. Regional Triathlon Championships
    The Client’s Background
    The Client’s Past Performance
    The Client’s SMART Goals
    The Key Physiological Abilities
    The Periodized Training Plan
    Plan Progress
    Additional Considerations
    Self-Check Quiz
    Appendix: High-Impact Workouts

    About the Author

    Tyrone A. Holmes, EdD, CPT, is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant. He received his bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation education and master’s degree in counselor education from Pennsylvania State University. He received a second master’s degree in management from the State University of New York before entering the counselor education doctoral program at Penn State. He is certified as a personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise and as a level 2 (expert) cycling coach through USA Cycling. He is a competitive cyclist who rides thousands of miles every year and competes in dozens of races and events from 10 to 100 miles.

    Through his seminars, webinars, and coaching activities, Holmes helps his clients build successful speaking, coaching, and consulting businesses. His most popular programs are How to Build a Six-Figure Business, Building Your Brand, The ABCs of Pricing, and Blog Your Way to Business. He also facilitates programs for athletes such as Increasing Power on the Bike, Nutrition for Health and Performance, and Developing Periodized Training Programs. He offers two coaching programs: Cycle-Max Coaching, which helps cyclists and triathletes improve their performance on the bike, and Lifestyle Coaching, which helps people lose weight and develop healthier lifestyles. His first book, Training and Coaching the Competitive Cyclist, was published by DSWFitness in 2010.

    Reviews

    “A comprehensive understanding of the training cycles and plans for different levels of athletes."

    J. Weideman—Basalt, CO

    “The materials were very well presented and both interesting and educational. I highly recommend this course!”

    K. Taymore—Rogers, AR

    “This is a very well-written course, full of good information on cycling and triathlons. The course is user friendly, comprehensive, and organized so anyone can use it. Developing Training Plans for Cyclists and Triathletes makes it easy to set goals and determine which systems to train and how to do it. It has simplified periodization and a variety of examples that you can use directly with clients and offers the tools to modify them as necessary. Tyrone Holmes did a great job!”

    C. Rusdal—Clancy, MT

    “This course is scientifically sound with practical information for the fitness professional.”

    B. Shepard—Kent, WA