1. Lecture Overview: Meet Your Coach Chris Hinshaw!
Chris Hinshaw is the founder of aerobiccapacity.com, and is widely considered one of the top endurance coaches in the world. Chris is known internationally for his extensive knowledge and practical experience developing aerobic capacity in athletes of all experience levels using his comprehensive, cutting edge approach to training.
- Coach to 30 CrossFit Games Champions
- Coach to 43 CrossFit Games Podium Athletes
- 10x Ironman Competitor
- 10+ Years of CrossFit Experience
- CrossFit Subject Matter Expert: Aerobic Capacity
- Owner: aerobiccapacity.com
Hinshaw is a former All American swimmer and world-class professional triathlete. His top international finishes includes a 2nd place overall finish at the Hawaiian Ironman World Championships, 2nd place overall finish at the Ironman World Championships in Canada, and a 1st place overall finish at Ironman Brazil.
Why Endurance Training?
Runners typically lace up the sneakers, go at their own pace outside or on the track and it’s the same straight routine. But this type of monotonous training is doing more harm than good. In a short amount of time your body adapts, the change either stops or goes the opposite direction. We need to focus on maximizing a person’s training to achieve specific goals and combatting any plateauing the body may develop during training.
What is this course?
The Endurance Session will expose students to diverse training principles and applications related to:
- Aerobic Threshold
- Lactic Threshold
- VO2 Max
- Speed Endurance
- Strength Endurance
How is this experience presented?
Course participants will enter into a first-person lecture and movement practical with Chris Hinshaw to find ways that will individually maximize their understanding and application towards individual performance.
“I’m not focused on coaching the elite specialist looking to win the Olympic Games. I specialize in coaching the fitness enthusiast looking to build confidence while efficiently and effectively maximizing their performance."