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GGTC's Coached Wildflower Long Course Training Program

GGTC's Coached Wildflower Long Course Training Program

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  • 1. GGTC HIT PROGRAM 2014 Wildflower Long Course © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 2. CORE VALUES v  Dedication (commit to regular training and commit to training on your own and with your teammates) v  Determination (accept and work through the difficulties and challenges of training and competing) v  Generosity (train and compete with joy and acceptance of oneself and others) v  Growth (learn about yourself as a triathlete, be resilient, find the joy of developing as a triathlete and a teammate, accept that developing as a triathlete is a process that takes time)
  • 3. DREAMS v  Aspire to become better every day as a team and as individuals What an athlete cannot dream he cannot envisage. Without a vision of himself [herself] at another place in time the athlete can never reach his [her] potential. — Tony Benson and Irv Ray, Run With The Best
  • 4. REACHING OUR LIMITS v  Most athletes think they have reached their limits when they are no more than 70% exhausted. — Herb Elliott, Australian miler, gold medalist 1960 Olympics
  • 5. PUSHING EACH OTHER v  Dedication Patience with one’s self, support crew and teammates is necessary. The body’s adaptations to progressive training loads take time. Becoming discouraged needs to be recognized and addressed, and your support crew, coaches and teammates need to help and remind each other that improvement takes time.
  • 6. PUSHING EACH OTHER (2) v  Determination Determined triathletes push themselves beyond their comfort zone over weeks, months, and years of training. Over time their ability to handle the discomfort becomes second nature and their improvement line goes up, sometimes dramatically.
  • 7. GROWTH v  Growth Assume a “growth mindset.” People with this mindset believe that “I can get better with practice” or a focused effort, and this mindset “creates a … a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment.”* (For triathletes, I want them to find a love of triathlon, reading about triathlon, following the sport.) According to Stanford professor *Carol Dweck in her book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. People with this mindset are better equipped to handle setbacks and know that goals are attainable through hard work.
  • 8. COMMITMENT
  • 9. COMMITMENT v  Belief in one’s self, support crew, teammates, and coaches is critical to making the long-term commitment to succeed and grow.
  • 10. COMMITMENT v  v  v  v  v  12–week program starts February 10th First coached (run) workout begins February 11th @ 6:30 pm Performance Nutrition Speaker by Sports Dietitian Jae Berman February 24th @ 6:30 pm Injury Prevention Speaker by Dr. Michael Lord March 3rd @ 6:30 pm Coached Brick Workout on April 12th meet in Tiburon at 7:30 am to ride leaving from Tiburon. Angel Island Ferry departs at 10:00 am and race begins at 10:55 am (10 & 15 mile options) Sign up here: http://www.coastaltrailruns.com/ac_ayala_cove.html
  • 11. STRENGTH TRAINING
  • 12. STRENGTH TRAINING v  Focus: Increase strength but also your understanding of basic athletic mechanics. Learn to squat, push, and pull to better develop these general athletic skills, understand where and why your body breaks down, and in turn better develop your swim, bike and run technique to be a faster and more injury proof triathlete v  Helming Athletics Strength Endurance classes at SF Crossfit encouraged Tuesday & Thursday’s at 7 am and 9 am v  Helming Athletics Strength Endurance Schedule: http://www.helmingathletics.com/services/cross-fit/
  • 13. SWIMMING
  • 14. SWIMMING v  Focus: Specific technique work, interval training, and endurance. v  coached workouts provided via online training plan – Masters swim encouraged v  North Bay Aquatics Masters located at Redwood High School Schedule: 5:45 - 7:00 am Mon-Friday 7:15 - 8:30 am Saturday (1st practice) 8:30 - 9:45 am Saturday (2nd practice) 8:30 - 9:45 am Sunday v  Optional Open Water swims encouraged – Hosted by GGTC & private coached held swims TBD
  • 15. BIKING
  • 16. BIKING v  Focus: weekly hill repeats, weekend ride/s v  captain led hill repeat workout every Wednesday meeting @ 6:30 am – leaving from Sports Basement v  coached ride/brick every other weekend - TBD
  • 17. RUNNING
  • 18. RUNNING v  Focus: hill work, track workouts, brick runs and long runs v  GGTC Track workout every Wednesday @ 6:45 pm – meeting @ Kezar Stadium with Coach Dorette v  Coached weekly run every Tuesday @ 6:30 pm – meeting @ Icebreaker clothing store located at 170 Post Street & weekend runs every other weekend - TBD
  • 19. WILDFLOWER
  • 20. WILDFLOWER TRAINING WEEKEND v  April 4th – 6th – details on GGTC website
  • 21. WILDFLOWER LONG COURSE
  • 22. SWIM v  1.2 miles (Clockwise on a rectangular course which is marked by buoys every 100 yards with expected water temps of 65 – 68 degrees)
  • 23. BIKE v  56 miles (Beach Hill a steep, 1-mile climb from miles 2-3, downhill miles 26-35, Nasty Grade miles 41-45)
  • 24. RUN v  13.1 miles (60% trails and 40% roads – Strong finish down Lynch Hill to the finish line)
  • 25. 2013 GGTC HIT PROGRAM GOALS
  • 26. GOALS v  I will follow the Core Values (Dedication, Determination, Generosity & Growth) during the GGTC HIT Program. v  I will be mindful, accepting and committed to my training. v  I will have fun!
  • 27. GENEROSITY Recognizing that competing is fun and that everyone who tries is to be respected and encouraged: from the fastest to the slowest triathlete, from our team to every other team we compete against.