Development Program & Team<br />Introduction<br />1<br />
Mission<br />Better Racers, more Cat. 2s<br />More Club Leaders<br />Attract and Retain Riders<br />Attract Sponsors<br />...
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Rider benefits<br />4<br />
Rider benefits<br />5<br />
Topics for the Year<br />Goal setting<br />Expedition behavior, group development<br />Training &racing with power<br />Tr...
Development Team<br />Expectations<br />Assessment<br />Racing<br />Advancing in category<br />7<br />
Expectations<br />Development Program Activities<br />Club Service<br />Performance Testing<br />Structured Training<br />...
Assessment<br />Self-selected Goals<br />Self-directed Assessment<br />Team Expectations<br />Mid-year, End-of-year<br />9...
Racing<br />15 Races per Year<br />Team Schedule<br />Individual Goals<br />10<br />
Advancing in Category<br />1-2 years per category<br />11<br />
12<br />
13<br />Work in progress<br />Team Race Schedule<br />“Commitment”<br />2011 Goals<br />Structured Training Plan<br />2010...
Development Program & Team<br />Introduction<br />14<br />
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This is the from introductory meeting of the AAVC's new Development Program. It covers the goals, basic structure, and what the program will provide participants.

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  • Development Program vs. Development TeamNot an exclusive program or team—open to all club members with additional support (and requirements) for those who choose to commit to the “team” (not a race team, just a cohort with similar goals)
  • Get out what you put inNot a structured training programDevelopment Program = incremental gains in many areas
  • Get out what you put inNot a structured training programDevelopment Program = incremental gains in many areas
  • A sampling, not comprehensiveSeeking to advance skills in MANY areas—more than we’ll get done in 2011
  • So what’s the difference for Development Team members?We ask more of you….
  • Participate in weekly/biweekly Development Program activitiesContribute to the AAVC—leadership, projects, events, … club serviceParticipate in performance testing—learning process and way to monitor progressFollow some sort of structured training—coach, book, self-designed, etc. But something that builds toward fitness goals
  • Development Team is not designed for riders to stay forever; 2-5 years depending on where a rider starts (category)Assessment is intended to be self-directed and allow each rider to honestly assess their own effort and performance relative to their own and the program goals.
  • The races completed will need to reflect the team members’ own goals15 is guide, not a hard and fast rule; intent is to support racing so 15 or something close will likely be easy for most team membersWe’ll do a few team races we select together — likely longer trips or big area races
  • Riders participating in the Development Team should expect to progress at a rate similar to the above.
  • Sample schedule is for Development Team members; Development Program activities will happen most weeks.
  • Development Program is not set in stone; with your input it will change and evolveTeam races: ID a few races that we will commit to as a group, esp. those that require significant travel“Formal” commitment to join the team; Dev Prog is “drop-in”Individual &amp; Team Goals
  • AAVC Development Program Introduction

    1. 1. Development Program & Team<br />Introduction<br />1<br />
    2. 2. Mission<br />Better Racers, more Cat. 2s<br />More Club Leaders<br />Attract and Retain Riders<br />Attract Sponsors<br />2<br />
    3. 3. 3<br />
    4. 4. Rider benefits<br />4<br />
    5. 5. Rider benefits<br />5<br />
    6. 6. Topics for the Year<br />Goal setting<br />Expedition behavior, group development<br />Training &racing with power<br />Training and racing with heart rate & RPE<br />Pre-race setup/preparation<br />Racing criteriums<br />Racing road races<br />Racing time trials<br />Track intro and rides<br />Cyclocross intro and rides<br />Bike handling skills<br />low speed turning control<br />high speed turning<br />bunny hop (obstacle & curb)<br />pacelines (all types, scenarios)<br />high speed punctures<br />riding in the gutter<br />Race skills<br />Hand-ups<br />Getting a wheel change (crit. and road race)<br />Group riding skills<br />Race tactics<br />Supporting sponsors: promoting, meeting expectations, identifying new opportunities<br />Diet: nutrition and timing; supplements<br />Heat acclimation<br />Training & racing at altitude<br />Race travel<br />Equipment selection & set up<br />Multi-day and stage racing<br />…<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Development Team<br />Expectations<br />Assessment<br />Racing<br />Advancing in category<br />7<br />
    8. 8. Expectations<br />Development Program Activities<br />Club Service<br />Performance Testing<br />Structured Training<br />8<br />
    9. 9. Assessment<br />Self-selected Goals<br />Self-directed Assessment<br />Team Expectations<br />Mid-year, End-of-year<br />9<br />
    10. 10. Racing<br />15 Races per Year<br />Team Schedule<br />Individual Goals<br />10<br />
    11. 11. Advancing in Category<br />1-2 years per category<br />11<br />
    12. 12. 12<br />
    13. 13. 13<br />Work in progress<br />Team Race Schedule<br />“Commitment”<br />2011 Goals<br />Structured Training Plan<br />2010 Race Resume, Ride Bios<br />
    14. 14. Development Program & Team<br />Introduction<br />14<br />

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