CYCLING SEMINAR

This is a Specialty Endurance Seminar

Cyclist or not, this course has application for everyone seeking to enhance their performance through power and speed. Led by select head coaches from CrossFit Endurance, this is the ideal introduction to CrossFit Endurance programming and fundamentals that help all endurance sports with an emphasis on cycling/triathlons.

This course will cover power output, biomechanics, pedal stroke analysis, proper bike fit, bike geometry, fueling/nutrition for the cyclist/endurance athlete and CrossFit Endurance programming.

Course attendees will perform a Power Output Analysis to gain an understanding of how to use power, speed and efficiency of movement. Whether you are an experienced cyclist (road, mountain, track, triathlete or cyclocross) or just introduced to the sport, this course will give you the knowledge, experience and education to be successful.

This course has both on and off bike components. Participants should come dressed with appropriate clothing (cycling shoes that are Shimano SPD compatible/stiff soled or flat/zero differential workout shoes).

 

To receive a trainer certificate you must have the distinction of CrossFit Trainer. This is achieved when passing a CrossFit Level 1 written test. If you have not passed a CrossFit Level 1 written test you will receive an attendance certificate. If you pass a CrossFit Level 1 written test after attending an Endurance Cycling Seminar you can request an updated certificate for the Endurance Seminar you attended. After receiving your CrossFit Level 1 written test results email Certificates@crossfit.com the below information with your updated certificate request. You will need to request an updated certificate you will not automatically receive one after passing a CrossFit Level 1 written test. It can take 6-10 weeks to receive your certificate.
1. Name as you want it to appear on your certificate (if this is different from the name on your registration include the name on your registration too)
2. Complete mailing address
3. Date and location of the Endurance Cycling Seminar you attended
4. Date and location of the CF Level 1 Course where the written test was passed.
You need to request an updated certificate its not something you will receive after passing a Level 1 written test.