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Triathlon Coach Details

Coach Details
Coach: John Hansen
Company: AthletiCamps
Location: Folsom, CA
E-Mail: jhansen@athleticamps.com
URL: http://www.athleticamps.com/
Services:

Coaching Program: If you are interested in getting cutting edge training and having a successful training/racing experience my individual triathlon training programs are for athletes of all fitness levels, experience and backgrounds, age group through professional. Each training program is flexible so day to day demands can fit in with your individual training needs.

Your personalized training program will start with a one-to-one initial consultation, in person or via the phone, with me as your coach. This session is used to determine your goals, exercise and training experience, current fitness level, personal demands, training region, current training hydration and fueling practice and much more. This consultation is designed to assist me in developing your individualized training program. Based on this review, your personalized program will be created. This program provides you a very specific day to day training regimen, accounting for workouts in all three disciplines, combination workouts (swim-bikes and/or bike-runs) and race scheduling.

Your program includes a monthly workout/race schedule as well as a complete strength conditioning program, stretching routine, comprehensive pre-, during and post workout/race nutrition and hydration and race strategy/preparation. Communication regarding your training program, your progress, schedules changes, etc is unlimited, and can evolve based on your needs as an athlete. You are also encouraged to ask questions, voice concerns and provide feedback about your training. I am here to not only provide technical training programs but to support and motive you throughout this journey.

Specialities:

Specialties:

Event:            Olympic, Half and Full Ironman Training
Gender:          Men and Women
Level:             All levels - beginner to multi-year veteran
Category:       Young Adult to Adult Age Group, Masters and Pro athletes

Background:
Senior Level Triathlon Coach · Folsom, California

Background/Experience: Senior Level Triathlon coach with extensive racing and training background. My formal education (Master’s degree – Exercise Physiology) and work in the field of exercise physiology (UC Davis Sports Performance facility) provides clients with the best possible coaching insights, techniques and cutting edge programs to maximize their full potential.

I have written several training based articles for the Sacramento Bee including articles on training logs, recovery heart rate, rating of perceived exertion and others. I have also coached beginner age group to pro triathletes since 1995, with the following highlights:

• 2009 3rd place (Age group) Armature field US Age Group National Championships
• Age group winner and course record holder at 2008 Ironman Arizona
• 2009 US Pro Rookie of the Year
• 2011 1st place, ITU Age Group Long World Championships
• 2012 1st and 12th place, ITU Age Group Long World Championships

I have coached athletes in many of the major national and world championships (X-Terra World Championships, US Age Group and Pro Olympic Distance National Championships, Age Group and Pro 70.3 World Championships and Ironman World Championships). I have also coached athletes in over 30 ironman races around the world including:

• Ironman World Championships, Kona, Hawaii
• Ironman Canada, Cozumel, New Zealand, Switzerland, Arizona, Louisville, Lake Placid, Wisconsin and Coeur d’Alene

Articles

Running with Tree Stumps - Bike to Run Transition (T2) - 2/25/2013
Tips to a better Bike to Run transition: During Workouts : Practice BRick training (Bike to Run) During BRick workouts and in races: Alter your pedaling late in the bike Run through transition Don't force the stride early in the run

Stretching - The Neglected Step Child - 3/31/2013
Flexibility, the ability to move your joints through their full range of motion, is one of the key elements of fitness, along with body composition, cardiovascular endurance and muscle strength. The way to maintain or improve flexibility is to stretch. Numerous studies have shown that the muscle elasticity and elongation of tendons/ligaments gained by stretching increases the range of motion of joints and may change performance. Stretching has for many years been the most neglected of all the areas of training. Incorporating stretching into your training comes about by enhancing your knowledge of the most productive ways to stretch and how stretching can benefit you, particularly in ways that are not readily apparent.

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John Hansen Senior Level Triathlon Coach
Posted By: Jhansen
Title: John Hansen Senior Level Triathlon Coach
Caption: Contact me at 916-337-6972

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