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Coaching Day in Stafford - All Welcome.

Sep 16, 2014

Stafford Road Club is hosting a cyclists coaching day on Saturday 18 October which is open to all and will be presented by Dan Fleeman from Dig Deep Coaching.  This event is open to all cyclists and not just members of the club.

Dan's coaching is to quote 'not very conventional' but it works.  With his wealth of knowledge and experience riding in the pro peloton Dan has been able to test first hand various training techniques now shared with riders he coaches. 

The training day is designed to provide riders of all abilities with an insight into what it will take for them to reach their full potential on the bike through structured training and using some of the many tools now available to measure and monitor development as a rider.

The day will cover the following:

  • Why structured training
  • Steps to develop performance
  • Winter training
  • Approach to the season
  • In season form/freshness management
  • Benefits of powermeters
  • Different physiological systems
  • FTP (functional threshold power) and why is is so important
  • Analysing your strengths and weaknesses
  • Power and heart rate zones
  • Building endurance while short on time
  • Group riding and how to enhance it

This event will take place at the Forestry Commission classrooms, Birches Valley, Cannock Chase, Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 2UQ.  Places will be limited due to venue capacity and anyone interested in attending should secure their place by sending a cheque fro £10 to Alastair Semple, Stafford Road Club, 76 Ascot Road, Stafford ST17 0AQ.  Please include an email address so confirmation of your booking and a detailed map of the venue can be sent to you.



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