TriBella Learning Series Session #1 – Winterize Your Training

Denver

 

Come join us for an evening of discussion and learning with Denver Fit Loft’s Sean Madsen. Some of the topics covered include important aspects of “off-season” training. Off-bike strength and conditioning, setting up your spin bike, and how these components can help with being ready for the season come next Spring. We will go over smart trainers and ways to make indoor riding more fun. Bring your questions, invite your friends, all abilities are welcome!!!

Event details here

Rachel Joyce & Dana Platin Bike Clinic

Boulder

Bike Bolder : Become more assertive ascending and descending on the bike, expand your comfort zone, live in your courage zone.

 

Skill and technique are often overlooked on the bike in favor of finding fitness and hammering out the miles.  this workshop is designed to maximize your fitness with a focus on cornering, climbing and descending.

Full Clinic series:

Swim Braver May 20th

Bike Bolder June 3rd

Run Stronger June 24th

 

Do one workshop for $149 or all 3 for $399

For more details and registration please email braveboldstrong@gmail.com

Rachel Joyce & Dana Platin Swim Clinic

Boulder

Swim Braver Clinic – Conquer fear, quiet your inner critic and lead with your inner mentor.

This clinic will focus on open water techniques and mental strategies to prepare you for the unique challenges that racing in open water presents.

Full Clinic series:

Swim Braver May 20th

Bike Bolder June 3rd

Run Stronger June 24th

 

Do one workshop for $149 or all 3 for $399

For more details and registration please email braveboldstrong@gmail.com

 

FREE Women’s Race Clinic

Boulder

 

LADIES: We’re excited to announce a free race clinic this June to help get you all prepared for the big day! Here’s all the details and a big thank you to Alison Lowry Freeman of D3 Multisport.com and Colorado Multisport for making this happen!

Date: Thursday June 14th, 2018
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Colorado Multisport at Village Shopping Center, 2480 Canyon Blvd M2, Boulder, CO 80302

Topics: Alison Freeman of D3 and our race director will be on hand to cover training tips, nutrition advice, and answer every race and event related question you may have!

Cost: FREE

Who should attend: Everyone, the more the merrier and we promise you’ll leave excited for race day and better prepared for the best possible experience on July 29th!

 

Event details here

Criterium 101: Presented by ALP CYCLES RACING

Boulder

 

Want to try bike racing and don’t know where to start? Already racing and want to learn how to be more efficient? Want to hang out with some really cool women and have fun on bikes? Then this clinic is for you!

USA Cycling certified coaches, Alison Powers (2014 National Criterium Champion), Patricia Schwager and Jennifer Sharp (Current Colorado State Criterium Champion) will teach you what you need to know to race your first criterium. Specifically, we’ll be discussing cornering in a
group, sprinting, race tactics, safety and have a couple of practice races.

Event details and registration here

Intro to Foundation Training for Endurance Athletes

Boulder

 

Join a free class and information session on Foundation Training for Endurance Athletes at the APEX Hub to discover how incorporating Foundations could take your training and racing durability to the next level. APEX Certified Strength Coaches Jeff Hoobler, Joseph Cavarretta, and Cody Moore will be on site to answer any questions you may have about Foundation Training, as well as everything else APEX has to offer.

More information on Foundation Training: https://www.foundationtraining.com/about/

Class Format:
6:00pm – 6:30pm: What is Foundation Training? Why do it?
Presentation by Coach Jeff Hoobler
(Light snacks and drinks will be provided)
6:30pm – 7:15pm: Foundation Training Class at APEX Coaching
7:15pm – 7:30pm: Wrap Up Q&A

What to Bring:
Clothes you are comfortable moving around in
Pen & Notepad (optional)
Your questions!

 

Event details here

Swim Clinic

Boulder

The coaches of Vixxen Racing will be hosting a FREE open water swim clinic targeting for beginner open water swimmer, but all levels of open water swimming ability are welcome.  

What does the clinic cover? How to ease the nerves of your first mass start, how to breathe, swimming in a straight line, putting on a wetsuit without ripping it to pieces, how to take off a wetsuit without falling over, how to train for the open water in a pool, and everything else related to your open water experience.

 

Limited to the first 25 people to RSVP to maintain a small coach to athlete ratio.

Clinic is FREE for all Stroke & Stride registrants, but you must RSVP 

Note: If you’d like to just attend the clinic and participate in that night’s Stroke & Stride  the cost is $10

 

Event details and registration here

Women’s Basic Bike Maintence Clinic with Rockstar Lauren!

Littleton

 

Join us for a fun evening just for women! Clinic will cover how to fix a flat tire and take off the rear wheel like a pro. Learn the best way to easily maintain, wash and use chain lube on your bike. Bring a friend, this event is FREE and open to everyone. Space limited to 20, please RVSP to attend.

RSVP to Lauren at lauren@pedalonline.com or (303)798-5033

Event details here

Pool Open Water Skills

Denver

 

Triathletes have a unique challenge when it comes to the swim: most races happen in open water, but training happens mostly in the pool. Coach Melissa Mantak, former ITU World Cup Champion, USAT National Coach of the Year and USAT National Development Coach, brings decades of experience to helping you reach your goals. I took my swim coaching skills to a new level working with potential Olympians on the National Development Team, teaching fast runners to be fast swimmers. This experience coupled with working as the official Tri for the Cure coach for 10 years, I dialed in the best techniques for coaching triathletes, just like you.

Skills and techniques you will learn:

• 50 meter pool set up with no lane lines using whole pool
• Sighting buoys in the pool
• Navigation and sighting skills
• Drafting in the water
• Swimming in groups
• Buoy skills
• Sprinting & variable speed training
• Grow your confidence and fitness in the open water
• Perform on race day
• Managing fear and panic in open water
• Perform in the open water
• Grow your confidence and competence in the swim
• Stay healthy and avoid injury
• Increase motivation to swim
• Learn the benefits of underwater filming

 

Event details and registration here

Alison Dunlap MTB Level II Skills Clinic

Colorado Springs

 

Coed Clinic

The Level II clinics are for riders that are comfortable on singletrack and regularly ride mountain bikes off-road. A Level II rider likes technical trails but may not have the skills to feel comfortable and safe. A Level II rider should be comfortable with the following skills:

  • If using clipless pedals (although not required) being able to get in and out of the pedals quickly and safely on both sides
  • Riding single track with moderate technical sections
  • Riding for 2-3 hrs at a time

 

A Level II rider will learn the following skills at the clinic:

  • Basic bike set-up
  • Positioning, balance, maneuvering, braking, and shifting
  • Cornering
  • Line selection
  • Enduro techniques
  • Riding up and down ledges
  • Riding off 2-3 foot drops
  • Tight exposed switchbacks with obstacles
  • Loose rocky climbs and descents
  • Cornering on loose tight singletrack
  • Off-camber cornering
  • High speed descending
  • Whoop-de-doos
  • Wheelies

 

Event details and registration here