Monday, September 28, 2009

This week at Exponential Performance Coaching

20 weeks until Coast 2 Coast 2010
Today marks 20 weeks until the 2010 C2C. 20 weeks is a good amount of time to start focusing your training in specifically on the C2C. A large number of EPC athletes will be rolling out of bed this morning and getting into there 1st specific C2C training session. Just remember the race is still a while away so do not get to carried away with your training. The important training time comes in December and January. Good luck to all of those starting specific C2C training today.

Squad paddle

Meet down at the Otago university rowing club and be prepared to start paddling at 7.30am. Over the next 4 weeks the focus will be on technique and base endurance development. Cost of these session's is $20 or sign up for 5 weeks for $80.

Squad run

The Exponential Performance Squad running session will not be held for the next month. Following this it will recommence with a focus on Coast to Coast specific running development. Watch this space.

Exponential Performance Coaching Blog

Check out the profile of young up and coming athlete Mat Snowdon and keep up to date with whats going on at EPC.

Exponential Performance Coaching athletes at the races

Congratulation to Hannah Yeats and Charlotte Breeze who's team placed 15th (out of 87 teams) in the Springs Challenge open section. Rachel Kings team also had a good race in the Vets section finishing 41st team. Well done to all of you, I look forward to hearing about the adventure.

Good luck to Hannah Thorne who is competing in the Whaka 100 mountain bike race in Rotorua this weekend. This race involves 100km of mountain biking through single track in the amazing surroundings of Rotorua. Good luck Hannah give it heaps.

Exponential Performance Coaching training tip of the week

A strong skill and technique base are the under the under lying foundations of a peak performance. If you do not have the right skills or correct technique to optimally translate your hard earn fitness into speed then you will never reach your full potential. Use your early season base training to focus on developing your skills and technique so you have a strong foundation to launch your future training off.

Happy training


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