Free Dryland Training Zoom Call With Olympic Coach Ross Gerry On Thursday

The content below comes from 2000 Olympic coach Ross Gerry and 1988 Olympian Katrina Radke, who run WeCoach4U.

Join coach Ross Gerry at 8 p.m. CDT Thursday, April 30 for a free Zoom call that will offer tips on mobility, strength, how to trick your nervous system into safely over-responding for better results, how to train fast-twitch muscle fibers safely, and more.

If you’re excited about dryland training and would like to learn more sophisticated methods used to train from pre-teen to NCAA and Olympic champions, then this is the call for you.

To get signed up for this free dryland Zoom call, go to the following link:

We will send you the Zoom link via email the day of the call. Bring your questions, so you can get them answered. Don’t delay!

Even more serious? Ross will be going into more depth and helping you create your own seasonal plan in

four one-hour calls Tuesday, May 5th, Thursday, May 7th, Tuesday, May 12th and Thursday, May 14th at 8pm CDT. The charge is just $60, or $45 if you sign up by May 1st! Calls will be recorded and sent via email in case you miss any!

Feel free to email us with questions at [email protected]. For more services that we provide for athletes, please check out: www.wecoach4u.com, or email us at [email protected].

Ross Gerry is Co-owner of Wecoach4u.com where he works with athletes and coaches from local to elite helping them with training programs, race analysis, technique, race and strength plans. He is C.S.C.S. (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), 2000 Olympic Coach, former Associate Head Coach, Stanford Women’s Swimming. Designer of all strength programs for Stanford Women Swimming, 1991-2001. 

Katrina Radke is Co-owner of Wecoach4u.com, Olympian, Sport Psychology Professor, and Health and Peak Performance Expert. She works with people in small group settings on peak performance and mental health, and does video calls for private sessions.

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