Cycling 301: Cycling Technique and Formwork with Power/Watts Focus

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Cycling 301: Cycling Technique and Formwork with Power/Watts Focus



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


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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.



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

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Each class will build upon the previous week’s session, and while it’s a group class, it will truly be a unique workout for each athlete. Coach Sarah will be helping athletes tweak and refine personal form and pedal stroke mechanics within each session, while helping them watch their power/watts to see how simple changes can often increase these numbers!

ET Cycling 101 is a prerequisite for taking Cycling 301.  Coach Sarah will be using concepts from  Cycling 101 throughout the program.

Having a cadence sensor on your bike is HIGHLY recommended for this class, along with HR monitors, as both will give athletes further insight to their workouts! You do NOT need a trainer for this class. All riders will be using one of our Computrainer trainers.

Location: The Labs USA

Who is this class designed for?

  • Cyclists looking to improve form and technique
  • Cyclists looking to improve power
  • Cyclists looking to improve speed
  • Both Cycling and Triathlon-focused athletes
  • Athletes wanting to train with power who don’t currently own a power meter
  • Athletes who have a power meter but want to learn how to make the most of it through form and technique
  • Any level of ability and experience is welcome!

March 6:  11:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m

March 13: 10:30 a.m to Noon

March 20: 10:30 a.m. to Noon

April 3: 10:30 a.m. to Noon


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