Strength & Conditioning for Triathlon Coaches - Stirling
09 Mar 2024
Strength & Conditioning for Triathlon Coaches
9 March 2024 at 1000-1600
The British Triathlon Strength and Conditioning workshop is a one-day coaching CPD workshop containing a mix of practical and classroom activities designed to develop your understanding and ability to effectively coach strength and conditioning sessions. You can read a full overview of the Strength & Conditioning CPD Module here.
Developed in conjunction with British Triathlon Strength and Conditioning coaches Ian Pyper and Stephen Breisner, the workshop focuses on the following areas:
- Introduction to Strength and Conditioning in Triathlon- What you need to know?
- The Needs Analysis Process
- Programming Principles
- How to deliver effective preparation and warm up activities
- Lower body, core conditioning, and upper body exercises
The workshop content has been designed to allow coaches to deliver body weight focused strength and conditioning sessions within the remit of their coaching qualifications in a club environment with minimal or no equipment. The workshop does not cover Olympic or powerlifting.
Please note – on completion of the Strength and Conditioning CPD Workshop you will be required to deliver within your qualification remit:
- Level 1 and trainee Level 2 coaches can only assist strength and conditioning sessions under direct supervision from Level 2 or above coach.
- Qualified Level 2 and above coaches are insured to deliver strength and conditioning sessions independently.
- Minimum Level 1 Triathlon Coach
- Up to date Home Nation’s membership
Once completed you will have access to an online resource bank in the Learning Hub with further technical information and over 40 conditioning videos to support learning and understanding of strength and conditioning in triathlon.
Date: 9 March 2024 at 1000-1600.
Venue: TBC 1 week before course, it will be at the University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions in relation to the sessions.