Start thinking about next season
For those of you who are ending your season soon and haven’t thought about the next one, all I can say is:
You should be reviewing the successes and failures of your current season and thinking about your goals and aspirations for next season. If you’re contemplating hiring a coach to help you reach those goals, now is the time in the season to start thinking about it. I’ve been hard at work refining my training plans and building new workouts for my athletes. Of course, one-on-one coaching is extremely focused and for that reason I limit the number of athletes I’m able to coach one-on-one. Check out my coaching services if you’re thinking of recruiting a little help to ensure you meet your goals. Hoping to race Battenkill? Want to PR at Gran Fondo NY? Have a crit series on the calendar? I’ve got the tools to make you leaner, stronger and faster, if you’ve got the drive and commitment.
As some of you may have seen from my Strava uploads, I’ve been busy testing a number of different High Intensity Trainer (HIT) workouts recently. These workouts are specifically designed for indoor trainer use (and with the shortening days and the holidays not far off, that’s where you’ll find most of us very soon) and are designed to build fitness and fundamental skills in very short times. I’ve made the first few of the available on my Training Plans page, and keep your eyes open for more and more of them. As a bonus (or an incentive, depending upon who you are) I’ll be including ALL of my HIT workouts in my one-on-one coaching programs at NO extra charge! That means you’ll have access to these killer workouts as part of your customized training plans, giving you even MORE improvement in your speed, strength, skill and endurance.
Keep your eyes on this space for future coaching announcements and new workouts.