Beginners, veterans and professionals, all need an experienced, certified coach to help them train smarter and more efficiently in order to achieve their race goals.
The PacWest endurance training program known as H.E.E.T. Training is designed for serious individuals who are time-limited and seeking a more efficient and effect way to train. Our friendly staff of veteran coaches are here to help you prepare for one of the following types of endurance events.
Running – Half, full and ultra marathons; Boston & New York City Marathon qualifying. Optional shorter distance training (sprints, 5K & 10K) available.
Triathlon – Sprint, Olympic, Ironman 70.3 & 140.6, Aquathlon, Aquabike, Duathlon; National & world championship qualifying
This comprehensive training program is designed to put you directly in touch with your coach from to start to finish. You both work closely together to identify your strengths as well as weaknesses and develop a customized training plan that targets your race goals. Weekly communication and face-to-face discussions at group workouts are available for those in PacWest training regions. For those located ‘remotely’, your coach will help you stay on track via regular phone and email communications.
PacWest H.E.E.T. Training Program
Choose from one of two coaching packages that best fit your needs and goals.
Starter Package – Ideal for beginner/novice athletes. Basic heart rate or RPE (rate of perceived exertion) training. Required equipment: GPS smart watch (Garmin, Polar, Suunto, Wahoo, Apple watch, etc) with heart rate monitor, basic to smart indoor bike trainer (CycleOps, Kinetic, Elite, Wahoo, etc.).
Premium Package – Designed for intermediate to advanced level endurance athletes. Prescribed workouts are based on heart rate (HR) and power (FTP) zone training. Required equipment: GPS smart watch with heart rate monitor. Recommended equipment: GPS bike computer, bike power meter (Garmin, Wahoo, Quarq, Stages, etc) , run power meter (Stryd), indoor smart bike trainer (Wahoo, Garmin Tacx, Saris, CycleOps, etc)