As a coach, knowing an athlete’s personality can change the way in which you coach them. Coach Bethany Rutledge breaks down a few common athlete types and discusses how you can best approach them and the potential issues to look for.
Siri Lindley knows what it takes to achieve the highest levels in sport. A former ITU World Champion, she has also coached other athletes to World titles and Olympic medals. Find out what she believes athletes need in order to reach their full potential.
With the wealth of data now available to coaches, being selective about which data is the most important is a must. Coach Alan Couzens outlines the three metrics that are priority for him and explains how he uses them to both analyze and prescribe workouts.
Dimity McDowell is the co-founder of Another Mother Runner and author of two running books for female athletes. Learn how she grew her business through partnerships, clubs, community outreach, social media, and more.
Dean Golich is the Head of Physiology and a Premier level coach at Carmichael Training Systems. In this video, he discusses the philosophy, tools, and biases behind performance modeling for athletes.
As endurance sports continue to grow, so does the participation of younger athletes. Jeff Boele, a high school cross country coach, discusses how coaches can safely develop younger athletes in endurance sports. Learn more about how you can help the next generation begin their journey.
Analyzing power files is not as difficult as it may first seem. TrainingPeaks Education Manager Dave Schell takes you through his process of analyzing a power file to help you get started.
Working with partners can be an effective way to gain clients and grow your business. Learn from Coach Ben Rosario of the Hoka One One Northern Arizona Elite Running Team how you can create partnerships that will help you achieve your business goals.
Every coach knows they need to invest in their business, but many do not know the best way to do so. TrainingPeaks’ Tony Viton offers 15 different ways to invest in your business in order to reach your business goals.
A pioneering endurance sports coach, Joe Friel tells his own story of how he went from a high school teacher to one of the most respected coaches in the world.
Sports psychology plays an important role in achieving optimum performance. Learning to handle the pain encountered in training and racing can help athletes reach their true potential. Sports psychology expert Carrie Cheadle discusses why athletes give in and offers 5 mental training tools to help athletes break through.
An expert panel of Dean Golich, Neal Henderson, Robby Ketchell, Ryan Cooper, and Hunter Allen discuss what is next in using data and science in endurance sports training. Hear their thoughts on the use of big data, accuracy of tools and devices, performance modeling, psychology and more.
The new Coach Profile is a powerful tool you can use to gain more athletes. Learn how to optimize your profile in order to stand out and use this feature to grow your business.
Coaching is part science and part art. While there are many books, articles, and studies on the science of training, learning the art of coaching is harder. Coach Jen Mathe has five lessons for coaches to better perfect their art.
Brad Feld is the Managing Director at Foundry Group in Boulder, Colorado. An entrepreneur, authore, and investor in internet companies and software, he is an expert in marketing and growing a business. Learn how you can grow your business in this session from the 2015 Endurance Coaching Summit.
Coaching athletes is more than just creating a training plan. Coach Andy Kirkland outlines his ideas on the skills, knowledge, and mindset needed to be successful and help athletes achieve their goals.
One of the biggest issues facing coaches is getting their athletes to upload their data on a regular basis. Try these 8 tips from TrainingPeaks Education Manager Dave Schell to get your athletes in the habit of uploading on a daily basis.
A successful coach/athlete relationship is built on trust and communication from both parties. Here, coach Andy Kirkland Ph.D. and top IRONMAN age group athlete Simone Dailey talk about how they work together to optimize performance.
Creating a multi-coach business takes time, the right people, and a good strategy. Coach Mike Ricci has taken D3 Multisport from himself to having 8 full and part-time coaches. Use his tips and guides to learn how you can grow your own coaching business.
Gaining clarity on your ideal athlete will help you focus your communication and reach the athletes you want to work with more effectively. This exercise creates a strong foundation for creating an effective marketing plan to grow your business.