Webinar on Quadrant Analysis by Andy Coggan and Hunter Allen- Jan. 12th- 6pm EST

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Jul 4, 2003
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Peaks Coaching Group - Hunter Allen Bicycle Power Training

Quadrant analysis is a graphical tool for analyzing data obtained using a bicycle-mounted power meter.

Co-Authors Dr. Andrew R. Coggan and Hunter Allen of "Training and Racing with a Power Meter", will teach you how to use this tool in order to help you improve in your 2010 cycling season. Not just for racers, this webinar will help Mt. Bikers, track riders and maybe even fixie hipsters!

Dr. Andrew R. Coggan will discuss the theory behind this approach and how it relates to the muscle force-velocity relationship, muscle fiber type and recruitment, self-selection of cadence, etc.

Hunter Allen will describe practical use of this tool to analyze data from various types of races and training sessions and how this information can be used to optimize an individual’s training program to best meet the demands of their event.

We will use both the information from the new Quadrant Analysis Feature in TrainingPeaks WKO+ 3.0 and also from Dr. Coggan's extensive library of power files. If you would like to learn how to understand and utilize quadrant analysis to the fullest in 2010, this is a webinar you'll want to attend!
For Background info on QA
Quadrant Analysis
How to use Quadrant Analysis

Date: 1/12/2010
Time: 6 p.m. EST
Cost: $75-------- 1.5hours long and .15 CEU's for USA Cycling.

Once you sign up, we'll send you a confirmation email of your purchase. On January the 8th, you will get an email from us with Log in details about how to join the webinar with a password for the webinar itself on the 12th.

IF you cannot attend the webinar, you can still sign up and watch it later. All purchasers will be able to view the webinar later at their convenience, so it is not necessary to attend live to learn this exciting information!
Good point! Should have put that in the summary!
Yes, we will have about 15-30 minutes at the end for questions.
It will be a good one for sure.


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