Kids Training

Kids Training Plans for Run, Cycle & Swim . Kids Training Plans, Triathlons, Aquathlons & Multisports.

How much triathlon training should children do?

Source: 220 Triathlon Chris Maxwell, head coach to the Chippenham Tristars, provides some useful guidelines on how much triathlon training children should do, taking into consideration their growing body, school work and other sporting interests.  

Teaching Your Kids to Dive: PADI Junior Open Water Program

Source: Scuba Diver Life Author: Christine Brinkley owns BEST HR Resources, an HR consulting business in Katy, Texas, where she lives with her family most of the year. She spends as much time as possible at their

By |2019-02-11T06:39:16+01:00February 11th, 2019|Kids Training, Resources, Swimming|0 Comments

11 One-Hour Medley Swim Workouts

By Margaret Cyphers Source: Active.Com A former college swimmer and high school assistant coach, Margaret Cyphers has built a number of workouts that she uses to keep her stroke strong. All of these workouts involve some

By |2019-02-04T03:00:12+01:00February 4th, 2019|Kids Training, Resources, Swimming, Training Plans|0 Comments

One Mile Run – Training Preparation for Kids

Source : Kade Meyer Consult your Child’s doctor prior to any new exercise program. Here is an example training schedule to help kids prepare safely for a 1 mile fun run! Starting Level of Activity -

By |2019-01-29T06:52:00+01:00January 29th, 2019|Kids Training, Resources, Running, Training Plans|0 Comments

Triathlon training for kids: Your four week guide

Danielle Colley Raising children Source: The Blue Room Are your kids wanting to be fighting fit and ready to enjoy a triathlon? Follow our four week plan for their big event! Preparing for a sports event is

By |2019-01-29T06:58:34+01:00January 29th, 2019|Kids Training, Resources, Triathlon|0 Comments

Overuse Injuries, Overtraining, and Burnout in Child and Adolescent Athletes

Overuse Injuries, Overtraining, and Burnout in Child and Adolescent Athletes - Joel S. Brenner and the Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness - Overuse is one of the most common etiologic factors that lead to injuries in the pediatric and adolescent athlete. As more children are becoming involved in organized and recreational athletics, the incidence of overuse injuries is increasing.

By |2019-01-25T10:30:53+01:00June 6th, 2018|Kids Training, Sports Parent|0 Comments