Special Olympic Triathletes of Florida are ready to race on Saturday! A few athletes couldn’t make it to the training session today, but I know they are training from home! Big shout out to all of the athletes racing at the Cool Sommer Morning Series – Happy Days!
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– 200 free / 200 kick / 200 pull with buoy / 200 free all at 65-75 %
6 x 50 m as 25 fist drill / 25 free style Wk the 15 sec recovery ( take your time on doing this drill I want you to emphasize on theory on how much water you’re grabbing with your forearm on the catch phase of your stroke)
8 x 50 m as 25 single arm drill with the opposite arm extension in front of you / 25 free style wi tho 15 sec recovery (when doing the single arm drill, your primary emphasis is fully extending the arm when it enters the water, catching water and we’re forcefully catching water and to throw the water back towards your hip. If your hand is not scratching your thigh you’re cutting your stroke too short. The opposite arm is extended in front of you the entire time.)
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This past weekend we had the following athletes compete and perform phenomenally. Congratulations to the following athletes:
Luis Ortiz – 8th Pro Field
Mariaangel – 1st Female Overal
Diego Serpa – 4th place Age Group
Weekly Training and Virtual Schedule
Enclosed you will find the schedule for the following week:
I just wanted to give you a quick update about the TriClub Village:
Here at the IRONMAN TriClub Program, our top priority is the health and safety of our athletes. Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, IRONMAN will NOT host a TriClub Village at events in 2020. Clubs are highly encouraged to not gather in large groups. While this year is very different, we are excited to return to racing and to see our TriClub Program members cross the finish line! Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you for your dedication to the IRONMAN TriClub Program!
A FEW REMINERS:
NO spectators at this event
Face coverings are required at all times unless racing
There will be no viewing areas for this race besides Volunteering. Click here for Volunteer opportunities.
IRONMAN is not responsible for any clubs that do not adhere to the rules
TriClub Priority Registration for 2021 IRONMAN California is NOW OPEN! Your club members can register before the general public! Athletes interested in taking advantage of priority registration will enjoy a new pricing structure, which guarantees the lowest-price entry if registered during the priority registration window. Below is your club’s link to register. This link can be shared with your entire club to help make the process easier. Priority registration will be open until Sunday, November 1 at 11:59 pm EST. Please make sure to register before than to secure the lowest price-entry. The link will not be active after 11/1.
IRONMAN California will be defined by new records and going beyond what is expected. Whether it be a personal record or a world record, prepare yourself for an experience that can be described in one word: Fast.
I look forward on seeing all of you. I missed you all.
Hector L TorresUSAT Elite Coach, USAC Lv 2, USAS Lv 1, USAW Lv 2 and USATF & MS Training Peaks University Lv 1Tri Peak Athlete, LLCand CFL Tri Club
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Hector L TorresUSAT Elite Coach, USAC Lv 2, USAS and USATF & MS Training Peaks University Lv 1
Swim Workout Warm up: 200 free 200 kick with board 200 pull with buoy and paddles 200 choice
Drill work: 6 x 50 as 25 drill/ 25 free with 20 sec recovery
catch up (focus on your extension and passing the hand in front of you )
fist drill (emphasize on a high elbow catch and engaging you last during this drill) *Note: when doing drill work take your time don’t rush it
Main set: 3 rounds 4 x 100 at 85 – 90% of you threshold effort with 20 sec recovery 100 kick 4 x 50 at 90 – 95% of your threshold effort with 15 sec recovery 100 kick 4 x 25 sprint with double the time it took you to complete for recovery. For example, if it took you 17 seconds to complete a 25; then you have 35 sec for recovery. Try to hold the same pace on all of them. Strong streamline push off the wall. —- 1 min rest in between each round. ——- Cool down: 100 choice
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