Indoor training starts today. Do not miss this opportunity to sharpen your fitness for road race surges, Crit sprints or track efforts.
Where: Weston Neighbourhood Hall Hilder St
When: every Winter Tuesday commencing 22 May. No need to book or reserve a place, just turn up. Hall opens 6pm. Session starts at 6:30. It’s useful to get there with enough time to set up your bike on the trainer and roll the legs over for 5-10 min prior to the session commencement. The hall is large so space will not be a problem.
Who can attend: only those who are competition members of ACTVETS or other clubs affiliated under the Australian Veteran Cycling Council Inc. Members of clubs affiliated under Cycling Australia are not eligible to attend.
What to bring: Bike, trainer (either wind, mag or fluid as long as it has adjustable resistance), front wheel block, yoga mat for underneath trainer (not essential but floor is highly polished and you will have cleats on), towel to collect sweat and I can guarantee there will be plenty, water bottles, cadence sensor (not essential but really useful when cadence drills are happening), bucket!
Length of program: Around 70min with a cool down.
What to expect in program: Each session will be structured with different components so as to practice and work on things such as routines and drills, specific workout for focussed events and energy systems, for example warm up, cool down, pedalling technique, maximum power/speed, vo2 max, lactate threshold and tolerance, pursuit, points race, speed endurance etc.
They will be flexibly delivered and individually driven (*you can only do what you can do*) so as to cater to anyone. Structure will be determined by needs of the participants.
Cost: $10 per session to cover room hire and expert coach. May be revised based on numbers.
Legal stuff: Each person attending agree these indoor trainer sessions are at his/her own risk, and agree that the coverage provided under the insurance policy arranged by the Australian Veteran Cycling Council Inc. may or may not apply to his/her participation in the sessions.
Info also on Vets Facebook site.
Contact for more information Bruce Griffin mob 0402000619