I love this time of year. After several months of training and racing I can finally take a deep breath.
It’s been a long season and now you are finally ready to start shutting it down.
Yee haw! But you don’t quite know what offseason training should look like. Well, guess what?! I have a solution. If you live in the Bay Area you can come to my Offseason Training for Endurance Athletes class series starting November 4th.
If you don’t live close by , well then I suggest you contact me via email on what it means to lay out a smart offseason training program. I do believe the more preparation you do in the offseason the better prepared you will be when 2018 rolls around. So often endurance athletes think they have the perfect plan going into their offseason that will spring board them into an AMAZING race season. But guess what…it doesn’t always work that way. There are several factors that need to be considered when you assess the season you just came out of.
To name a few:
- What worked well?
- What didn’t work?
- How can you improve on your fitness without injury?
- What weaknesses were you able to identify and work on while in season?
- What can you do to build a better body and improve on performance going forward?
These may all seem pretty elementary questions but the truth is you need to step back, take a panoramic view of what you just did this year and determine what can be done better. This is how to improve performance.
So this being said, check out the link attached. If you are in the Bay Area, come see me and Joe Sanders as we unpack Offseason Training and help you build a better performance machine.
Any questions…shoot me an email at email@example.com.
Have a great week!