Prior Classes (Page 2)

  • CompuTrainer Winter II Session Jan 20 – March 29

    Sweat.  Music.  More Sweat.  Laughter.  Competitive Drive.  Encouragement.  Coaching.  Coffee.  Stretching.  Chilling.  Improvement.

     

    Experience Triathlon is proud to announce their 2020 CompuTrainer Winter II Session, lasting 10 weeks, with rides ranging in length from 60-120 minutes, packed full with content to train every physiological system a rider needs to take their ride to the next level.  Each class is personally coached, and with a small class size, there is plenty of interaction time amongst riders and coach.  For those looking to ride “solo”, just bring along a pair of earbuds, and allow yourself to have the ride unfold before you while you go into your own mind.

     

    Instant feedback on a rider’s effort allows one to adjust their pedal stroke mechanics and muscular engagement to make the most of their training.  Seeing data of other riders gives the extra added incentive to never give up, and keep pushing harder.   No matter a cyclist’s riding ability, this program WILL help them improve their cycling fitness while becoming more mindful of their pedaling efficiency.

     

    Short Ride Classes:   These intensity interval workouts will last in duration from 60-80 minutes in length, and will focus on training an athlete’s engine, from anaerobic intervals to VO2max work, to Functional Threshold stabilization.  Plenty of recovery time will be incorporated to these workouts to allow for the best workout possible.

     

    Long Ride Classes:   These classes are 2 hours of riding various course from around the world.  There will be a mix of flatter courses with specific energy system focuses, along with plenty of hilly course rides, including the local favorite of Ironman Wisconsin, for riders to practice riding with instant performance feedback and the company of others to motivate and push oneself.

     

    Once a ride is done, enjoy some stretch and relax time in ET’s Stretch and Rest lounge, complete with foam rollers, yoga mats, and coffee!

     

    See Tabs Below For More Details

     

     

    $60.00$90.00
  • CompuTrainer Winter II Session Jan 21 thru Mar 31

    Sweat.  Music.  More Sweat.  Laughter.  Competitive Drive.  Encouragement.  Coaching.  Coffee.  Stretching.  Chilling.  Improvement.

     

    Experience Triathlon is proud to announce their 2019 CompuTrainer Winter II Session, lasting 10 weeks, with rides ranging in length from 60-120 minutes, packed full with content to train every physiological system a rider needs to take their ride to the next level.  Each class is personally coached, and with a small class size, there is plenty of interaction time amongst riders and coach.  For those looking to ride “solo”, just bring along a pair of earbuds, and allow yourself to have the ride unfold before you while you go into your own mind.

     

    Instant feedback on a rider’s effort allows one to adjust their pedal stroke mechanics and muscular engagement to make the most of their training.  Seeing data of other riders gives the extra added incentive to never give up, and keep pushing harder.   No matter a cyclist’s riding ability, this program WILL help them improve their cycling fitness while becoming more mindful of their pedaling efficiency.

     

    Short Ride Courses:  ET will offer two separate short course rides, changing mid-week, for those looking to ride twice and wanting different content.  Monday through Wednesday will offer one ride, while Thursday through Sunday will offer a second ride.  These rides will last in duration from 60-80 minutes in length, and will focus on training an athlete’s engine, from anaerobic intervals to VO2max work, to Functional Threshold stabilization.  Plenty of recovery time will be incorporated to these workouts to allow for the best workout possible.

     

    Long Ride Courses:  We will be incorporating the use of Quadrant Pedaling, along with mindful training of one’s energy expenditure while riding for upwards of 2+-hours per class.  There will be a mix of flat courses with specific energy system focuses, along with plenty of hilly course rides, including the local favorite of Ironman Wisconsin, for riders to practice riding with instant performance feedback and the company of others to motivate and push oneself.  These will also be coached courses, allowing for interaction as riders need it.

     

    Once a ride is done, enjoy some stretch and relax time in ET’s Stretch and Rest lounge, complete with foam rollers, yoga mats, and coffee!

     

    See Tabs Below For More Details

     

     

    $20.00$30.00
  • CompuTrainer Winter II Session Jan 22 thru Apr 1

    Sweat.  Music.  More Sweat.  Laughter.  Competitive Drive.  Encouragement.  Coaching.  Coffee.  Stretching.  Chilling.  Improvement.

     

    Experience Triathlon is proud to announce their 2018 CompuTrainer Winter II Session, lasting 10 weeks, with rides ranging in length from 60-120 minutes, packed full with content to train every physiological system a rider needs to take their ride to the next level.  Each class is personally coached, and with a small class size, there is plenty of interaction time amongst riders and coach.  For those looking to ride “solo”, just bring along a pair of earbuds, and allow yourself to have the ride unfold before you while you go into your own mind.

     

    Instant feedback on a rider’s effort allows one to adjust their pedal stroke mechanics and muscular engagement to make the most of their training.  Seeing data of other riders gives the extra added incentive to never give up, and keep pushing harder.   No matter a cyclist’s riding ability, this program WILL help them improve their cycling fitness while becoming more mindful of their pedaling efficiency.

     

    Short Ride Courses:  ET will offer two separate short course rides, changing mid-week, for those looking to ride twice and wanting different content.  Monday through Wednesday will offer one ride, while Thursday through Sunday will offer a second ride.  These rides will last in duration from 60-80 minutes in length, and will focus on training an athlete’s engine, from anaerobic intervals to VO2max work, to Functional Threshold stabilization.  Plenty of recovery time will be incorporated to these workouts to allow for the best workout possible.

     

    Long Ride Courses:  We will be incorporating the use of Quadrant Pedaling, along with mindful training of one’s energy expenditure while riding for upwards of 2+-hours per class.  There will be a mix of flat courses with specific energy system focuses, along with plenty of hilly course rides, including the local favorite of Ironman Wisconsin, for riders to practice riding with instant performance feedback and the company of others to motivate and push oneself.  These will also be coached courses, allowing for interaction as riders need it.

     

    Once a ride is done, enjoy some stretch and relax time in ET’s new Stretch and Rest lounge, complete with foam rollers, yoga mats, and coffee!

     

    See Tabs Below For More Details

     

     

    $38.00$58.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – December 9th

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 1:00 P.M.

     

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – February 27

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 2:30-4:00 P.M.

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – January 20

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 10:30-12:00 P.M.

     

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – March 4

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 10:00-11:30 A.M.

     

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – November 10th

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 10:30-12:00 P.M.

     

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 101 – Basic formwork and Pedal Stroke concepts – October 16

    Cycling can be as basic as simply pushing your pedals down to move your bike forward, but what if you could use your body and core to efficiently propel your bike forward? What if you could efficiently pedal with the hips and legs so that every pedal stroke became purposeful? What if the pedal stroke was broken down so that every portion of the stroke made the bike move quicker, enabling the cyclist to become more efficient and more powerful?

     

    Time: 1:00-2:30 P.M.

     

    Location:

    ET Triathlon Training Center
    LifeStart Central Park
    4225 Naperville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532

    $45.00
  • Cycling 102 – Understanding your Gears – February 16

    DATE:  Saturday 2/16/19

     

    Our bike’s gears are one of the most important components on our bicycles in terms of helping us ride efficiently and strategically.  Using them should feel as natural as breathing, with shifting becoming second nature in response to the slightest changes in grade and wind.

     

    However, as intimidating as this may sound, it need not be!  Our gears make use of simple math equations, and using them makes use of our science and artistic minds….but understanding what goes into this makes it so that we do this automatically while riding.  This is HUGE!  It CAN be the difference between being on the podium, or not!  (And it can be the difference between a well-played hilly or windy bike ride, or one that leaves your legs dead for the run.)

     

    This NEW clinic will have participants looking closely at THEIR bike(s)’ gears, going through some math equations (please do NOT let this scare you off, however!  We will help you with this!) to know what their different gears allow them to do, and then putting bikes on our CompuTrainer machines to test out HOW to shift on hilly terrain, smartly.

     

    There may be no better or more practical “instruction-to-actual-performance” lessons out there to learn when it comes to cycling.  This class is designed for ALL cyclists, regardless of your current knowledge or understanding of your bike, and regardless of what your own personal ability level or experience level is!

     

    COST:  $40

     

    DATE:  Saturday 2/16/19

     

    TIME:  7:00am-8:30am

     

    LOCATION:  ET CompuTrainer Studio

    $40.00
  • Cycling 102 – Understanding your Gears and how to make them work for you

    DATE:  Saturday 12/22/18

     

    Our bike’s gears are one of the most important components on our bicycles in terms of helping us ride efficiently and strategically.  Using them should feel as natural as breathing, with shifting becoming second nature in response to the slightest changes in grade and wind.

     

    However, as intimidating as this may sound, it need not be!  Our gears make use of simple math equations, and using them makes use of our science and artistic minds….but understanding what goes into this makes it so that we do this automatically while riding.  This is HUGE!  It CAN be the difference between being on the podium, or not!  (And it can be the difference between a well-played hilly or windy bike ride, or one that leaves your legs dead for the run.)

     

    This NEW clinic will have participants looking closely at THEIR bike(s)’ gears, going through some math equations (please do NOT let this scare you off, however!  We will help you with this!) to know what their different gears allow them to do, and then putting bikes on our CompuTrainer machines to test out HOW to shift on hilly terrain, smartly.

     

    There may be no better or more practical “instruction-to-actual-performance” lessons out there to learn when it comes to cycling.  This class is designed for ALL cyclists, regardless of your current knowledge or understanding of your bike, and regardless of what your own personal ability level or experience level is!

     

    COST:  $40

     

    DATE:  Saturday 12/22/18

     

    TIME:  7:00am-8:30am

     

    LOCATION:  ET CompuTrainer Studio

    $40.00
  • Cycling 301: Cycling Technique and Formwork with Power/Watts Focus

     

    4-week class – Starts March 6, 2016 at The Labs USA

     

    This session is now sold out

     

    This breakthrough 4-week program presented by Experience Triathlon Coaching Services is entirely hands-on, with an “on-the-bike/off-the-bike” focus to help cyclists make the most of their pedal stroke and core strength to create more power on the bike. There will be a significant focus on DRILLS, and FORM, helping athletes make the most of their winter base building season!

     

    We are excited to deliver this program at the amazing Labs USA cycling studio.

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    ET and The Labs will be donating profits from this program to the Turning Pointe Autism Foundation of Naperville.

    $95.00