Training and Racing Education Series

Brought to you by the 3433 Sport Performance Centre 

What is it? Our overall approach is to provide all of the support tools to enhance an athlete’s performance. We know there is a lot to learn when it comes to endurance sport as we are athletes as well as coaches. The goal with these seminars is to bring in experts, and discuss a range of topics, from injury prevention to how to train and race with power. Each seminar will include our very own 3433 Sport Performance Centre Coaches and/or an industry expert as a Guest Speaker.

Who is it for? Topics are applicable to athletes already involved and participating in endurance sports. Space is limited to 30 athletes for each Seminar. Registration will open for each seminar as each one is announced.

When: See dates, times and descriptions of each seminar in the series below. 

Cost: FREE. Must RSVP.

Seminar 3: 
2020 Coaching Seminar: Technology & Coaching
January 27, 2020

The sport technology industry has grown into an integral part of our coaching and training lives and every month it seems there is a new technology athletes can employ to improve their performance.

This seminar will provide an overview of the technology available for athletes and coaches to collect data and how that data can be used (or not) in the training process.   

Jack will present how he uses the technology and data in his coaching practice and how it has benefited his athletes.  We encourage a Q&A segment at the end of the presentation to provide attendees an opportunity to ask any burning questions related to their Christmas technology gifts.

Who should attend?  Athletes already involved and participating in endurance sports.
When: January 27th at 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Where: Riverview Room
Cost: FREE

Presented by 3433 Endurance Coach, Jack VanDyk

"My approach is to help athletes understand how to best integrate, adapt and balance their training with the demands of life as well as instilling high levels of confidence and belief in their abilities. Everyone is an individual and must be treated as such. This is why the training I prescribe dove tails with each athlete's lifestyle in an effective and realistic manner.” - Jack VanDyk

See the rest of his bio here

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Next in the Series:

Seminar 4: March 2nd
Seminar 5: April 13th
Seminar 6: May 25th

Repsol Sport Centre

2225 MacLeod Trail South,
Calgary, Alberta
   T2G 5B6

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday: 5:00am to 11:00pm
Saturday: 6:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday: 7:00am to 10:00pm
Holidays: 7:00am to 8:00pm

There are no Group Fitness or Registered
Classes on statutory holidays.

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