Winter Training Workshop in Celbridge - Mon 9 December

Oct 02, 2013


How to Prepare and Plan the


Perfect Winter Training for Cyclists


Monday 9 December, 6:45pm to 9:30pm




Bike Worx /Peak Physical Therapy


Unit G1, M4 Business Park, Celbridge, Co. Kildare.


€10 charge per person, limited to 25 people.

Dig Deep Coaching, global cycling and triathlon coaching company, will be hosting a seminar focusing on starting winter preparation the right way.  Delivered by Ex Professional Cyclist and Director of Dig Deep Coaching, Stephen Gallagher and Tim Cassidy, Owner of Peak Physical Therapy, the information provided has been tried, tested and then ultimately refined to arm individuals with everything they need to know this winter, topics include:

The WINTER ESSENTIALS: Leg Speed, Strength, Endurance and Nutrition Management

    • How to develop a ‘base’ during the winter period on limited time.


    • Why building strength on and off bike is essential. Do’s and Don’ts.


    • Addressing biomechanical issues with specific strength work.


    • How to gradually build your training towards the 2014 season.


    • How to maintain intensity during winter and how this is balanced.

A wealth of knowledge will be presented in this seminar allowing individuals to walk away more knowledgeable on why training is in phases, what needs to be addressed and when and an increased understanding to what is pivotal to overall performance.  Illustrations will be provided using the gym facilities at Peak Physical Therapy and how off season strength training and injury prevention can be targeted during the winter months.

With places limited please contact Dig Deep Coaching on to reserve your seat.

Category: Coaching Events

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