"A Three Part Long Course Training and Racing Plan to Success”  70.3 and Ironman are  “different animals” from an Olympic or Sprint distance races – that’s  quite obvious. BUT several aspects of “long course”  training and racing that may appear clear are, more importantly, critical to recognize, address AND respect… There are more than just swim, bike and run workouts – under the “umbrella” of preparation and performance, are the mental and nutritional demands, as well as others… . Pre-race training, race-day planning and execution, and post-race recovery demands will be addressed – and several documents, in addition to the PowerPoint, and references will be provided to expand on the hour’s topic."

"Building an Annual Training Plan – Putting the Puzzle Together" has beem recorded and is available HERE.

A Seasonal Periodization Plan as a Training and Racing Tool has beem recorded and is available HERE.

"Seasonal Goal Setting and Triathlon Race Selection" has beem recorded and is available HERE.

"TRIATHLON 101.2 – FIRST-TIMER OR VETERAN? THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW OR FORGOT" has beem recorded and is available HERE. Disregard the date and time listed when you register; the link is set to expire the end of 2017. After registration, the audio, Power Point and other materials will be made available. If you have problems or questions, please contact me at rbyard@satx.rr.com

This is a list of upcoming webinars or topics for individual or group presentations. Keep checking the homepage or this link for dates, specific content and fees.

- The Mental Preparation of 70.3 and Ironman Racing

- Mid-Season Triathlon Season Reflection and Redirection

- The Older Athletes – How Should They Train Differently and Why?

- Avoiding Multisport Overtraining & Injuries and How to Recover

- Part 1 of 2 – The “Off”-Season is NOT the “Stop”-Season; What to Do

- Part 2 of 2 – Call it Post- or Pre-Season, The Goal  for 2017 is…