Seminar on Multisport Training

Join me and some other great area speakers for this two-day clinic, which offers five or ten CEUs for USA Triathlon coaches, and which will be very useful for athletes, too! —Sage

Multi-Part Seminar for the Multi Sport Coach and Athlete

November 20–21, 2010
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
5 or 10 USAT CEU Credit Course
Human Performance Consulting Athletic Lab
Cary, NC
Minutes from Raleigh & Durham & RDU Airport

November 21, 2010
Injury Prevention Strategies for the Multi Sport Athlete—Brian Beatty
Recovery: How to Enhance and Measure It For Better Triathlon Performance—Sage Rountree
Running Form and Technique for Triathletes—Andrew Allden

November 22, 2010
Auxiliary Training: Means & Methods for the Multi-Sport Athlete—Mike Young
How to Improve Bike Split Times—Victor Jimenez
Key Running Workouts for the Multi-Sport Athlete—Andrew Allden

Registration fee: $150.00 USAT Certified Coach; $175.00 USAT Member; $200 General Public for each session (one day counts as a session) or $25.00 discount for those signing up for both sessions ($275.00 USAT Coach, $325 for USAT Member, and $375.00 General)

Registration: http://www.sportoften.com/events/eventDetails.cfm?pEventId=6087
Or mail check:  Andrew Allden, 77 Lily McCoy Lane Pittsboro NC 27312
Include Name, Address, Email, Home and Cell Phone and USAT # if applicable.
Questions? Contact: Andrew Allden, aacoaching@aol.com  919-619-3426 or see http://athleticlab.com/triathlon/

INSTRUCTORS

ANDREW ALLDEN, MEd, is the head coach of endurance events for the Human Performance Consulting Elite Team.  He joined the HPC staff following a successful 20-year collegiate coaching career in track and cross country at the Division I level.  As a college coach, Allden served as the cross-country and distance coach at the University of North Carolina, the University of South Carolina, and Tulane University.  He also served as head track and cross-country coach at Tulane University and Coastal Carolina University. Allden has been a successful coach of elite runners for a number of years.  His current top charge is the #5 ranked 800m male in the U.S. (outdoor, 2009). Allden has coached athletes ranging from an Olympic 4 x 400 silver medal winner to a top-10 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials finisher. Road running athletes coached by Allden range from a state masters marathon record holder. Nationally known as a USATF Level I Coaching Educator for the endurance events, he has directed and instructed in 20 USATF Level I coaching schools in the past dozen years. As a cross country coach he earned coach-of-the-year honors on North Carolina, South Carolina, and Louisiana. While at Coastal Carolina Allden was the Southeast Region coach of the year and a finalist for national coach of the year. Allden was the men’s distance coach for the U.S. men’s track and field team at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Budapest, Hungary, in 2004. At the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Allden directed the distance practice facility. Allden currently serves as men’s long distance running and coaching education chairman for NC USATF. A 1986 graduate of Emory University and he has a master’s in sport administration from the University of Georgia (1991).

BRIAN BEATTY, PT, CFP, CSCS, the son of physical therapists, received his physical therapy degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Brian has been working in private, orthopedic based practice for his whole career, and founded Balanced Physical Therapy in 1999. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner.  Brian has a particular focus on endurance athletics, spinal issues and ‘hard to solve’ movement problems.  An avid cyclist and runner, he enjoys almost any outdoor activity, and regularly presents on topics related to endurance athletics. Clinically he strives to combine physical therapy expertise with his interests in motor learning,  movement arts and healing techniques so that his clients not only resolve their discomforts, but become smarter and more efficient in everything they do. Currently Brian spends most of his time in the Carrboro location of Balanced Physical Therapy www.balancedpt.com a space shared with Balanced Movement Studio www.balanced-movement.com, owned by his wife, Elizabeth Towe.

VICTOR JIMENEZ, is a professional bicycle fitter and owner of Bicycle Lab. Bicycle Lab specializes in bicycling fitting and teaching people how to improve their cycling skills. Victor is an expert at understanding bicycles and how people interact with the machine. Victor has been fitting bicycles to cyclists for over 20 years. After years as a Triathlete, then Bike racer, American College of Sports Medicine trainer and fitness testing specialist he now applies his ideas to bicycle fit and cycling effectively. Victor has been a presenter for USA triathlon coaching certification and works regularly with many coaches and athletes to improve technical skills on the bike. He also teaches workshops and training camps for cyclists and triathletes. Victor can be found at his website bicyclelab.com

SAGE ROUNTREE, PhD, is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher and USA Triathlon level 2 certified coach. She holds certifications from USA Cycling and the RRCA, as well. Sage is author of The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga (VeloPress, 2008) and The Athlete’s Pocket Guide to Yoga (VeloPress, 2009); creator of The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga DVD (Endurance Films, 2008); and a contributor to USA Triathlon Life, Runner’s World, and Yoga Journal. Sage has competed for Team USA at the Short-Course World Triathlon Championships, run the Boston and New York Marathons, and completed Ironman Coeur d’Alene last year. Her coached athletes compete at all levels, including duathlon long- and short-course World Championships. Athletes of all sports and levels—from former Olympians to professional triathletes to the University of North Carolina football team—praise Sage’s practical, straightforward teaching style. She teaches workshops nationwide, including annual retreats at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and at ZAP Fitness, an elite training facility for postcollegiate runners. She trains, teaches, and coaches in Chapel Hill, NC.

MIKE YOUNG, PhD, is director of sports performance for Human Performance Consulting. Mike serves as the group’s primary biomechanics and strength and speed consultant. Mike is also the head coach for the HPC Elite team. Mike has an undergraduate degree in exercise physiology, a master’s degree in athletic administration, and a PhD in kinesiology, with an emphasis in biomechanics. He has studied extensively in anatomy, physiology, sport psychology, motor learning, training theory and biomechanics. Mike coached collegiate track and field at Ohio University, Louisiana State, and Army, Mike’s athletes rewrote the record books with 9 school records and 24 conference championships. He has been a guest at all three U.S. Olympic Training Centers as an athlete (Lake Placid), sport scientist (Colorado Springs and Chula Vista), and coach (Colorado Springs). Mike has worked with several Olympians, national champions, and collegiate national champions in the sport of track and field. In addition to working with track athletes, Mike has also trained athletes from a variety of other sports. A Level 1, 2, and 3 instructor for USATF, he also serves as the director of technology and biomechanics chairperson for USA Track and Field’s Coaches’ Education division. Mike is certified as a USA Track and Field Level 1, 2, and 3 coach and is only one of two people to be a Level 3 instructor in three different disciplines. In the field of strength and conditioning, Mike is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist as well as a certified USA Weightlifting Club Coach. He is well versed in coaching the Olympic lifts and creating specialized strength, speed, and conditioning programs to help maximize the performance for any sport.

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