You might be new to running, cycling, swimming or multisport – and you might not know where to start.
You might be an old hand at your chosen sport – but you’ve plateau’d; or worse, you’ve picked up niggles that hold you back and don’t seem to go away.
Either way, you might appreciate a little help.
The routes to arriving at the decision to work with a coach are many and varied, and as personal as the coaching provided by one of the team members at Ten-Point, Helen Hall. The most common are:
- the last time you trained for something, you seemed to be plagued with injury/illness/fatigue (delete as required)
- you don’t know where to start
- you don’t know when to stop!
- you need the motivation of someone ‘looking over your shoulder’ to keep you focussed
- you (sensibly) like the idea of more speed for no more effort & reduced injury risk
- every other route you’ve taken has looked at ‘bits’ of you instead of the ‘whole’ of you & you’re looking for someone to put the pieces of the jigsaw back together
- rather than increasing stress by adding training to your life, you’d like to try integrating training into your life, and maintain some kind of balance
- you want someone else to do the thinking and planning for you!
Help and more resources can be found throughout Helen’s website, with the main links being:
and for those in pain:
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