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Triathlon Coach Details

Coach Details
Coach: Jody Frazier, YW Tri Club Charlotte
Company: YWCA Central Carolinas - YW Tri Club Charlotte
Location: Charlotte, NC
E-Mail: jfrazier@ywcacentralcarolinas.org
URL: http://www.ywcacentralcarolinas.org/
Services:

YDub Tri Club is YWCA’s very own seasonal triathlon training group! Certified USAT coach Jody Frazier and co-coach Shelena Davis will lead you step-by-step through swimming, biking, and running drills over a multiple week period. Build bonds with your fellow triathletes and feel the pride of crossing the finish line! Included are a practice triathlon, preview of the race course, team dinner, and lots of support from your fellow YDubbers.  Additional fees required to participate.

Level I Triathlon Training:
Training typically runs 6-12 weeks beginning with focus on technique, proper form, transition education, bike maintenance, and nutrition. Training then moves on to include endurance, strength, and speed.  Beginner training is 6 days per week and will require a minimum of 6 hours per week. Prerequisites include: ability to show understanding and execution of the front crawl swim stroke in the pool.  Participants must provide goggles, running shoes, helmet, a bike, and a red blinking bike light.

Level II Triathlon Training: Level II training takes sprint distance triathlons to the next level. We will continue short distance training with a focus on speed, technique, and transitions.   Prerequisites include: ability to show understanding and execution of the front crawl swim stroke in the pool for 100yds, and the ability to run 3 miles in under 36 minutes.  Race experience preferred but not required.  Participants must provide goggles, running shoes, helmet, a bike, and a red blinking bike light.

Level III Triathlon Training: This starts where Level II left off. Training typically runs 8 weeks and picks up where beginner training ends.  Participants will further develop endurance, strength, and speed as well as be introduced to time/energy saving methods and more advance bike riding skills.  This training is designed for those individuals with race experience and the ability to swim 250yds non-stop, bike 20 miles and run 5 miles.  Open water swim ability is required as well.  Intermediate training is 6 days per week and will require a minimum of 10 hours per week (includes Saturday group sessions).  Participants must provide goggles, a road-bike, running shoes, helmet, and a red blinking bike light.

Specialities:

Level I Triathlon Training: Training typically runs 6-12 weeks beginning with focus on technique, proper form, transition education, bike maintenance, and nutrition. Training then moves on to include endurance, strength, and speed.  Beginner training is 6 days per week and will require a minimum of 6 hours per week. Prerequisites include: ability to show understanding and execution of the front crawl swim stroke in the pool.  Participants must provide goggles, running shoes, helmet, a bike, and a red blinking bike light. Level II Triathlon Training: Level II training takes sprint distance triathlons to the next level. We will continue short distance training with a focus on speed, technique, and transitions.   Prerequisites include: ability to show understanding and execution of the front crawl swim stroke in the pool for 100yds, and the ability to run 3 miles in under 36 minutes.  Race experience preferred but not required.  Participants must provide goggles, running shoes, helmet, a bike, and a red blinking bike light.

Level III Triathlon Training: This starts where Level II left off. Training typically runs 8 weeks and picks up where beginner training ends.  Participants will further develop endurance, strength, and speed as well as be introduced to time/energy saving methods and more advance bike riding skills.  This training is designed for those individuals with race experience and the ability to swim 250yds non-stop, bike 20 miles and run 5 miles.  Open water swim ability is required as well.  Intermediate training is 6 days per week and will require a minimum of 10 hours per week (includes Saturday group sessions).  Participants must provide goggles, a road-bike, running shoes, helmet, and a red blinking bike light.

Background:

YDub Tri Club is YWCA’s very own seasonal triathlon training group! Certified USAT coach Jody Frazier and co-coach Shelena Davis will lead you step-by-step through swimming, biking, and running drills over a multiple week period. Build bonds with your fellow triathletes and feel the pride of crossing the finish line! Included are a practice triathlon, preview of the race course, team dinner, and lots of support from your fellow YDubbers.  

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