Free Mark Allen Webinar: Beginner's Guide to Triathlon Training
Posted Apr 27 2009 10:03pm
Athletes and coaches will not want to miss out on this FREE webinar presented by Mark Allen and Luis Vargas that will include
understanding how to use heart rate to set your training zones, how to
maximize your racing by varying your training throughout the season,
what to expect with speedwork and the importance of tapering down your
training for your main goal race and how to do it correctly.
THIS IS A FREE WEBINAR FOR ALL ATHLETES AND COACHES.
Keep an eye out for additional USAT webinars to be offered by Mark Allen & Luis Vargas:
- Heart Rate Training: How to utilize it and how it compares to power, lactate and other methods of setting intensity levels. - Technique For Efficiency: Bike drills that will improve your cycling power and efficiency. - Technique For Efficiency: Swim drills that will improve your mechanics in the water. -Technique For Efficiency: Run drills to help you run like a runner and not a triathlete. -Nutrition For Racing: Why your sports drink works wonders in training but fails you on race day. -Mindset: Taking your racing to the next level through proper focus.
Clickherefor a complete list of upcoming USAT webinars and CEU opportunities!
Allen is USAT Certified Coach and the 6-time Hawaiian Ironman World
Champion. He is also the co-founder with Luis Vargas of the triathlon
training website MarkAllenOnline.com and the co-author along with Brant
Secunda of the recently released book Fit Soul, Fit Body: 9 Keys to a
Healthier, Happier You.
Vargas is a USAT Level II Certified Coach, a six-time finisher of the
Ironman World Championships and the co-founder along with Mark of
MarkAllenOnline, the first true online coaching site for the sport of
triathlons. Luis is a long time resident of Boulder, Colorado which is
arguably the center of endurance athletics worldwide. He was initially
inspired to do triathlons like many by watching the Ironman on
television and gradually worked his way from Olympic distance racing,
to half Ironman events and then eventually to the full Ironman where he
posted his PR in Hawaii of 9:34 in 1993. His sports experience combined
with being a father and having a full time job gives him the
perspective necessary to help others with age group aspirations as well
as real world obligations reach their best.