Coaching CEU Opportunity in Rocky Mountain Region

By Joe Turcotte | Feb. 23, 2010, 3:10 p.m. (ET)

Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Time: 5:00-9:00pm
Location: Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Topic: Video Analysis - The Art of Slowing What You See Down to Speed Athletes Up
Presenter: Justin Trolle

The goal of this class is to teach coaches how to effectively slow down using video what they see in training and racing. Then effectively analyze what needs to be adjusted to allow an athlete to go faster in either the swim, cycle, run or transition components of a triathlon.

The class will cover the following things:

  • Equipment, what you will need to use video effectively and professionally with your athletes.
  • How to collect accurate video of any triathlon discipline in any triathlon-based situation (racing or training) for meaningful analysis.
  • Breaking down training and racing footage and analyzing the critical parts of performance in Swim, Bike, Run or Transitions.
  • Using video to add value to your business, the service you provide to your athletes and increasing your coaching-based income.
  • Each Attendee will be provided with a video breakdown of the key things to look for when breaking down each of the 4 disciplines.

This class is a must for anyone who truly wants to improve the times of their athletes on race day or would like another tool for assessing their own performances.  It is also an essential clinic for business minded coaches who are looking to increase their services to athletes and income generating potential.

Justin Trolle is a Level III USAT Coach. He has been utilizing video analysis for more than a decade and has worked with some of the top triathletes and coaches in the world to improve performances through using video analysis to assess strengths and weakness while providing feedback on improving performances.

USAT Certified Coaches earn 5 CEU's for attending!

Please click HERE to register or: http://www.active.com/running/colorado-springs-co/video-analysis-the-art-of-slowing-what-you-see-down-to-speed-athletes-up-2010