Session descriptions

Sat 02.06 @9am

Going Faster (on the bike)

Everyone wants to go faster! Michael is a self-proclaimed bike nerd and he will discuss the top 'X' things you can do to be faster on the bike this year.  This talk will cover a mix of tech and training advice.

Presented by Michael Liberzon from X3 Training & Endurance Innovation

Common Mistakes in Swimming and How to Fix them

IMiranda from Tomenson Performance and Wellness will share the most common errors she encounters when coaching adult swimmers. She will touch on frequent mistakes in breathing, timing, body position, hand entry, and the pull through. Miranda will point out how to spot these (so you can help a friend), what the correct technique is, and a few cues and drills to help you fix them on your own.

Presented by Miranda Tomenson from Tomenson Performance & Wellness



Presented by Tristan Markov, from Blue Devils Athletic Club

Mobility for Endurance Athletes


Presented by Phaedra Kennedy of PK Performance Coaching

Indoor Cycling

Are you interested in improving your cycling performance over the colder months? Indoor cycling should be an integral part of your training routine.  In the past few years indoor cycling has come a LONG way. With these tools the experience is more immersive then it used to be.  It's a great substitute when outdoor riding is not fun or not possible.  Coach Kevin McCormick (GetFasterGoFurther coaching) will cover all the details of indoor cycling including the different types of trainers, software considerations, indoor riding environment, structured workouts, different types of intervals, virtual courses, virtual racing, inside versus outside cycling, and periodizing your workouts over the indoor season. In this talk to learn how indoor cycling can be very effective at building strength and endurance on the bike while being fun at the same time!

Presented by Kevin McCormick of getFASTERgoFURTHER coaching

Understanding Running mechanics. Unlock your best running! 

Have you wondered is there an optimal foot strike, stride rate or posture for running?  During this session we will discuss run mechanics myths and provide practical drills to help you get more out of your running!  You will walk away with a better understanding of the physics of running mechanics.  You will also understand how to structure drills into your routine and specific cues that will help you unlock your best running!

Presented by Dr Kris Sheppard of The Runner's Academy

The Athlete's Gut

Did you know your gut health has an impact on athletic performance?  Gut health is essential for an athletes overall health and well being as well as performance.  This talk will go further than “runner’s trots”. It will talk about; Why athletes need to prioritize gut health, how to improve gut health and strategies to reduce the occurrence of GI distress in training and racing.

Presented by Tara Postnikoff from Healthy Eating Active Living

The Basics of Bike Fitting

Watch JP explain and run through the basics of a triathlon bike fit.

Presented by John-Paul Raymond, from Browns Sports & Cycle

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Getting Better as You Get Older.  Considerations for Master's Athletes

Triathlon is a lifelong sport, do you want to have great race days and training as you age?  If so, you need to adapt your training to your changing body. You should not train the same way at age 40, 50 or 60 as you did when you were 20. Come learn about some specific changes you can make to your training. This will help keep you achieving your best no matter what age you are.

Presented by Darian Silk, from Team Atomica

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What Kind of Athlete Are You?

Knowing your goals can help target your training and guide your success.  The number one focus of mental performance coaches presently is mental health amongst athletes, coaches and themselves as service providers. Clarity of purpose and specificity off goals to reach the purpose reduces anxiety, increases the sense of control and greatly enhances enjoyment.

Presented by Leith Drury

3 Things I learned Swimming Across Lake Erie

Becky is a single mother of twin daughters and on July 20, 2022, Becky was one of only 2 dozen people who have successfully swam across Lake Erie. Why?  To inspire her daughters and empower girls by showing them what female grit and courage looks like. She will share her journey in deciding to attempt to cross the lake, to being in the lake and finishing her crossing.  Her 3 valuable life lessons are geared to inspire you and help you go after your dream.

Presented by Becky Yuan