The best athletes worldwide need coaches who can guide their training, analyze their performance, set a plan to improve their performance and help them achieve their goals.
But not only professional atheletes need endurance training by coaches. Regular people of any profession need a coach too, and there are endurance coaching plans for both amateur athletes and professional athletes.
Robertson, B. (2016) illustrated this with the following example: Karen Munoz, a 45-year-old mother of two from Cameron Park, decided to hire a coach because, she said, “I pretty much got tired of losing all of the time.” “It’s super easy to put myself last as far as the kids and such. I needed to be able to do the right kind of workouts and be super efficient in the limited amount of time I have,” she said.
Munoz competes in Category 4, which is the entry level for women’s competition. Before getting a cycling coach, and a cycling training plan Munoz’s training lacked focus and their results were not as she expected.
You can find the endurance coaching plan that fits your needs:
This plan is built for the hobby athlete. Staying fit is important to you and you may compete in small local competition but your real goal is to stay healthy and active so that you can enjoy the lifestyle you love.
This plan is built for the competitive athlete who has some specific competitive goals in mind but may not be a professional athlete. Whether you are aiming to reach the podium at a specific race or have a season long goal in mind, this is the plan for you.
This plan is built for the professional athlete. Athletes at this level receive full support from training to race day prep. With unlimited access to your coach and other resources your goals are within reach. Only a limited number of athletes will be approved for this level of coaching.