Amplify – Triathlon performance
‘I have been working with Naomi for many years and she is simply the best around. Naomi provides a unique service that can bridge the gap between injured athletes to performance athlete through high level training techniques. I love Naomi’s online program as she provides something for everyone. Some people just need a short routine to maintain health, while others can go more in depth and work on some key areas or weakness or development. Naomi is a very knowledgeable, passionate trainer who gets results.’
(Coach and director of Moore performance triathlon)
Are you struggling with those annoying reoccurring niggles?
As you know, triathlon is a very demanding sport that requires a lot of training for each of the disciplines swim, bike, and run. This leaves very little time to spend on your body teaching it how to optimise energy efficiency and improve movement performance.
Being a triathlete myself I understand the demands of the sport and the constant juggle of trying to fit in other life commitments. Over my training career, I have trained many triathletes recovering from injuries. The number one struggle most triathletes had was time. How do you fit in the conditioning and strength component 2-3 times a week around an already full 10-20 hours of training, plus work and life commitments without dropping the ball? This is when I realised that providing an online option where athletes can do an effective program at home and have regular online private sessions with me would mean the athlete gets stronger and reduces the chance of injury while being able to maintain their current training and workload.
Each session has been designed to be a maximum of 20 minutes long, which you can do as many times as you like and around your triathlon regime. They can be done anywhere and anytime, this gives you an optimal chance to train consistently, prevent injuries, and improve your overall performance during training and on race day.
Following a training program while juggling everything can be challenging so you are supported the whole way through your training, with regular check-ins and a private online catch-up session every 4 weeks to keep you doing the exercises correctly, keep you motivated if needed, keep you on track, and to monitor your progress. Our goal is to make performing at your best a regular part of your life.
We kick off your training with an online 45 minute private assessment, so we can:
- Understand your movement goals
- Understand your movement and injury history
- Assess your default movement patterns and assist you to understand them
- Teach you how to correctly set up for various exercises so you can get maximum benefits from your training
- Select 3 daily exercises from the resource library based on your assessment outcomes, that will assist your individual movement needs and enhance your performance outcomes.
We set up an online private training catch up once a month to follow your progress, keep you motivated, and keep a check on your technique. All this is included in the price!
On completion of your first 15-week program, we reassess your movement and level you up, so you are always being challenged appropriately and progressing well.
Why do we do an assessment?
If you are not assessing movement then you are guessing. For us to select the right program level and know your specific needs we must do an assessment. Doing this will also create a benchmark for us to work from so we have measurable results each time we meet and reassess.
How is this done on zoom?
I think this is a very good question. Surprisingly the zoom/skype/facetime sessions are very effective. As the coach, I am able to see everything I see when I train clients face to face. I have found that verbal cueing is essential as I am unable to give tactile feedback.
If you want to know if this program is right for your needs please book a 15-minute chat below.
YOU WILL NEED
- A mat
- A foam roller or alternatively a rolled-up towel
- Yoga block – or alternatively a thick book 3 inches
- Swiss ball (not introduced for the first 6 weeks)
- Sliding discs (not introduced for the first 8 weeks)
- Power bands (not introduced until 10 weeks)