Training Daze: The Art and Science of the Daily Routine
Join Great Britain rower and record breaker Tom George and John Lally of Pivot Sports/Firstbeat as they explore what it takes to be at the top of your sport. From the dedication needed and sacrifices made, to using data to perfect a routine that lets you stay motivated and get faster!
Watch the full recording of the session below.
Tom has represented and won medals for Great Britain at Junior, U23 and now Senior level, where he made his debut in 2017. He has gone on to win two World Cup silver medals, European silver, two World Championship bronze medals and World Cup gold as part of the Men’s Eight team. Earlier this year, Tom became only the second person ever to go under 15 minutes in a 5km ergometer test and, during lockdown, he broke the British 2000m record, becoming the first Brit to break the 5min 40 seconds barrier.
The former Princeton University rower will share an athlete’s perspective on individual and team training regimes, as well as his use of monitoring technology when it comes to:
- Training intensity, volume and recovery
- Fostering mental discipline and motivation
- Achieving PB’s and Olympic Games selection
This session is suitable for coaches and athletes in any sport.
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