Eastside Multisport Presents:
Improve Your Cycling Performance
With Power-Based Training
Keynote Speaker: Richard Wharton
Saturday, May 5 - Sunday, May 6
Come Join Us As We Discuss the Importance of Power-Based Training.
Author of Watts per Kilogram, Richard Wharton has become an expert in training with technology using the latest in science to optimize performance. With an extensive background in wattage based coaching, Richard Wharton has been helping cyclists improve their performance in less training time by utilizing wattage based training and the lastest in technology for over the past decade.
Cycling training today is constantly evolving with an increasing understanding of the benefits of wattage-based training. Wattage-based training has become an essential part of training plans for cyclists, triathletes and duathletes. Also known as power-based training, an athlete's power is determined by the amount of wattage that you can produce while pedaling the bicycle. Heart rate is no longer the best, most effective way to assess cycling performance. Whether a novice cyclist or an advanced podium finisher, wattage-based training provides athletes of any ability the most comprehensive and consistent method to improve cycling performance in less time than traditional heart rate training.
Open to all cyclists, multisport athletes and coaches.
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Biomechanics of Power-Based Trainning
Sat. May 5, 2007 -- 8 am - 11 am
Biomechanics are one of the most overlooked aspect of training for cycling and are the most common cause of injury in athletes. Learn from Richard Wharton about:
• Parameters of Performance - Speed, Stamina, Strength, and Skill
• Using Effective Biomechanic Exercises to Improve Wattage and Prevent Injury
• Types of Key Workouts and Tests to Improve Overall Cycling and Wattage Performance
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Train with Power
Sat. May 6, 2007 -- 1 pm - 4 pm
With wattage-based training, you can track your performance and it is truly the only way to get quantitative results and up to 20% to 30% improvement in your cycling performance.
Richard Wharton will demonstrate the key to wattage-based training in the following lectures:
• Importance of Wattage in Your Cycling Training Plan
• How to Improve Performance Through Wattage Analysis
• Types of Critical Power Tests and Getting the Most Out of Your Results
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Critical Power Testing Opportunity with Richard Wharton
Sunday, May 6
Ironman / Century 40 K Time Trial - 10 am to 12 pm
Ironmans and century rides are endurance events and require a longer time trial. Richard Wharton will show you where you need to improve throughout the duration of the ride. Cost: $75
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10 Mile Time Trial - 1pm, 2 pm and 3 pm
Critical Power Tests of 10 miles are great bench mark tests for sprint, olympic and 1/2 Ironman distance triathletes to track individual performance. These tests are also great for road and track cyclists to gage wher you compare to the pack and category riders. Cost: $45
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Why should you test your wattage every six weeks?
Every six weeks test your wattage on a 40K (24 miles) or 10 mile flat cours. This allows for a comprehensive analysis of wattage in cycling performance. By monitoring results and averages throughout the test, we gage where your greatest needs are to improve your performance and your fitness level.
What results will I receive from the basic analysis?
• Average Wattage Threshold
• Maximum Wattage
• Average Wattage per Kilogram Ratio
• Caloric Expenditure
• Power Statistics
• Average Speed
• Maximum Speed
• Average Heart Rate
• Average Cadence
• Maximum Cadence
• Speed Average
2709 152nd Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Phone: (425) 881-2819