Coaching Young Athletes
|Triathlon and Multisport Magazine Articles|
|Life in the Fast Lane - The Clinic Swim Speed|
|Drilling your Race Pace - The Clinic Swimming|
|Pooling Resources - The Clinic Swimming|
|Building a solid race base - The Clinic swim tips|
|Potential to Professional|
|The Basics: Write Your Own Program|
|101 Tips for Getting Back into the Swim (Bike and Run) of Things|
|Creating Self Confidence|
|Recovery: Why doing nothing is the secret to training and racing success|
|Coach Class: Choosing a new coach|
|The Triathlon Parent's Training Manual|
|Q&A's from Parents|
|Active After-School Communities Triathlon Resources|
|Playing for Life - Triathlon Companion Book|
|The Playing for Life companion books have been developed to complement the Active After-School Communities (AASC) Playing for Life resource kit. They are primarily designed for members of the local community who will be delivering programmes to participating primary school-aged children.
More specifically, they are designed to help people with minimal experience in the sport to deliver activities in line with the Playing for Life philosophy. This places an emphasis on providing safe, fun, engaging activities that ensure maximum participation from all children, regardless of their level of ability.
The triathlon companion book has been designed for use with students aged 4-12.
|Playing for Life - Ride a course|
|Playing for Life - Aquathlon|
|Playing for Life - Mini Triathlon|
|Playing for Life - Go slow and stop and go|