Category Archives: Coach’s Corner

Week of March 31 – April 6, 2014

Hello Team,

Can you believe that your “A” of the 1st part of the season:

  • South Beach Triathlon – Race Week
  • Haines City and Puerto Rico – Taper Week
  • St. Anthony’s Triathlon – 3 Weeks

Enclosed you will find the breakdown for this week.

  • Monday – 5:30 am – Aquatic Center – Swim
  • Tuesday – 5:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Bike Trainer/Run
  • Wednesday – 5:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Run
  • Thursday – 5:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Bike Trainer/Run
  • Friday  – 5:30 am – Aquatic Center – Swim
  • Saturday – 7:30 am – UCF Research Parkway – Bike/Run (Duration 3 hours)
  • Sunday – 7:30 am – Lee Vista and 436 – Bike / Run (Duration 2:30 hours)

Keep up the good work and I’ll see you in the morning

 

Swim workout for Aquatic Center

Warm up:

  • 400 Free
  • 200 Kick – Side to Side ( YOU CAN USE FINS IF YOU HAVE THEM)
  • Main Set: YOu will need paddles and bouy for this set. If you don’t have them. Plan ahaed and get them.
  • 4 x
  • 100 Free
  • 200 Kick
  • 300 Pull with paddles and bouy as 100 MOD/100 Fast / 100 MOD
  • 400 with Fins and paddles as 100 Mod / 200 Fast / 100 MOD – 1 min recovery between each set –
  • Cool Down: 100 easy

Wednesday – Swim Workout

Enclosed you will find the swim workout for today:

Warm up:

  • 200 Free
  • 200 pull
  • 200 kick with board
  • 6 x 50 as 25 Serape Drill / 25 Free with 15 sec Recovery.

Main Set:

2 x

  • 500 pull with paddles at tempo pace with 30 sec recovery
  • 5 x 100 on 2 min at race pace effort
  • 1 min recovery

Cool down:

  • 200 choice

Rev 3 Florida – Open for Registration

Hello Team,

Rev 3 in Venice, FL has opened and they have special pricing. Make sure you sign up.

We will have early bird pricing from Monday March 3 – Sunday March 9th. Register early and take advantage of a great deal!

Early Bird Price:

  • Half Rev $199
  • Olympic Rev $115

Price as of March 10, 2014:

  • Half Rev $215
  • Olympic Rev $125

Happy Training!

Link: https://endurancecui.active.com/event-reg/select-race?e=7437352

CFL Tri Club Team Building Event – 3/15/2014

Save The Date – Team Building

It is that time of the year again, in which we all reunite for a fun and positive gathering. We will be having a team picture and a lot fun. We will be hosting it on:

  • Date: March 15, 2014
  • Time: 9:00 am
  • Location: Blue Jacket Park
  • Items: Bring team shirt, workouts clothes and hydration.

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Cut out the Sugar!

Cleaning up your diet starts with scouring your kitsch for items laced with added sweeteners. A 2013 report in the American Journal of Public Health followed nearly 5,000 men and women over 30 years and found that participants’ calorie intake from added sugars increased by about 50 percent during  that time period. As sugar consumption increased, so did waist measurements. “Sweeteners deliver empty calories and encourage overeating,”  says Chris Mohr, Ph.D., R.D. a sports nutritionist in Louisville, “both of which lead to weight gain.”

Spring Clean ->
Scan ingredients on packaged foods and choose those with little if any added sweeteners. Replace sugary breakfast cereals, flared yogurts, and reduced-fat peanut butter (which often swaps fat for sugar) with steel-cut oats, plain yogurt, and natural nut butter.