Olympics, Training for Altitude, Training for Motorsports, Power:Weight, Trimps Vs. TSS
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In this episode we talk to CTS Premier Coach and Head Physiologist Dean Golich about his experiences at the RIO Olympics and some of the interesting things he observed while there. He tells us about Rebecah Rusch’s preparation for her latest high altitude adventure and how you can train for better results at altitude. Dean shares his views on Power to Weight Ratio matters and his refreshing view on body composition. Dean also helps us make sense of quantifying training load (Trimps Vs. TSS) and gives us an idea of what the training plans for his motor-sport athletes involves.
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Dean Golich is a Premier Coach and Head Performance Physiologist at Carmichael Training Systems (CTS). Over the past 20 years, Dean has been a pioneer in the application of exercise physiology, power training, altitude training, and hydration strategies to improve athletic performance in real-world competitions. He has been a personal coach to more than 70 National Champions and more than a dozen Olympic and World Championship medalists. His expertise has been sought by world-class athletes in mountain biking, road and track cycling, skiing, triathlon, and most recently by motorsports athletes in motocross, Moto GP, Superbike, and NASCAR. The US military has also looked to Dean for help preparing soldiers for high-altitude performance. Dean served as a physiologist for USA Cycling from 1994 to 1996; he introduced power meters with the National Team and established training protocols for the 1996 Olympic Cycling Team, across all cycling disciplines.