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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 4:02 am 

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I have been racing for 10 years and have 1 district championship under my belt (2004). Now since 2004 I have been hurt off and on. I need a new training schdule and what should i eat. I have not won a race since 2005 and my district has all of these fast girls all of the sudden who have trainers yet they make it to Loretta Lynns like I use to. I want to make 2009 a big come back year and need some help. I don't have the money to get a trainer but I can go to a gym at my college or my old high school. I am good at eating healthy but my family always wants McDonalds and I just make myself some PP&J. I am getting a degree in diet and all of that but i am still in my cooking required classes. Just for info to help you guys out I am 5'4 and 148 pounds (but most of it is mussle from when I had my trainer). please help me out. any help you give me I will try. Thanks everyone.
Brit A.

PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:28 am 
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Brit, there are several articles on the website that you can start to follow. Coach Seiji has written a few really good articles on how to train in the off-season and how to recover properly. Go to the main page of the site (or any page for that matter) and enter "Seiji" in the search. That will point you to all of his articles. Then, do a search on "off season" and check out those articles. I currently train a female ATV rider who follows the same exact routines that are in most of those articles. Of course her program is tweaked specifically for her but you can adapt the workouts and schedules to suit your needs. I recommend you read these off-season articles first.

http://www.racerxvt.com/virtual_trainer ... eason.html
http://www.racerxvt.com/virtual_trainer ... guide.html (this is a comprehensive article complete with workouts and schedules)

Next get out a calendar and figure out when your season starts. Plan for at least 3 to 5 months of off-season training, 1 to 2 months of preseason and then start following the in-season routines. The second article above explains all of this in detail.

There is a complete nutrition section to get your dietary needs on track.

There is a lot of information to learn in those articles.....all you have to do is be willing to read. Ask as many questions as you need here on the forum, or if you really want to get serious AFTER you read the articles, call me! Email me and I will give you my number.

Tim Crytser
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 1:56 am 
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Congrats on our past championships and I applaud you in your determination to come back and win. Tim suggested some good articles for sure. I offer some online coaching solutions on my site but I am also currently working on a very low cost online based fitness coaching solution. The inormation and methodology on my site will still match the low cost option but it will be more of a work group format. Feel free to contact me through my email or site if you have any questions and best of luck!

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