Sherwick and Jami Min, a couple of local Ironman triathletes who moved to the Tahoe area so they could train at high-altitude, are coming to Tahoe Mountain Sports to share their racing experience during a fun and educational seminar on September 18 from 5 to 6 p.m. We are excited to learn more about how to train our bodies (and minds) to perform their very best, and we’re sure any attendees (Ironman triathletes or not) will take away loads of useful information to apply toward their own athletic performances.
View the detailed blog here: http://blog.tahoemountainsports.com/2013/08/25/team-jas-racing-high-performance-ironman-seminar-with-tahoe-locals/
View the full Ironman Lake Tahoe TMS Event Schedule here: http://blog.tahoemountainsports.com/2013/09/03/ironman-lake-tahoe-event-calendar-for-tms-triathlon-headquarters/
Team JaS (pronounced jazz) Seminar Topics:
Setting Up Base Camp For Peak Performance – tips on training including technique, aerobic/anaerobic periodization, strength and flexibility
The Fourth Event – tips on fueling and recovery including micro/macro nutrients, nutrition periodization, body fat, sleep, massage
Make Racing Enjoyable – tips on race prep including equipment choices, key workouts, benchmarking vs. time trials, race simulations, tune-up events
How Motorsport Helps Multisport – tips on mental fitness including facing your fears, motivation, concentration, setting goals using inputs vs. outputs
Sherwick and Jami Min are a Team in Training AND in Racing. They have always been drawn to outdoor challenges, and in fact met during a rough-water swim in Santa Cruz! They each started competing in duathlons and triathlons in the early 90′s. Since then, they have traveled the world in search of epic destination races (over 30 Ironmans) and are extremely thrilled that the destination this time is their own home town! Over the past twenty years, Team JaS Racing has been privileged to cross paths with some of the sport’s most provocative personalities and has been personally mentored/coached by triathlon legend The Grip himself, six-time Hawaii Ironman World Champion, Mark Allen. Both Sherwick and Min had some success as well, each qualifying for Kona in their very first Ironman and then returning for redemption another couple of times! They want to share with you some things they’ve learned along the way as well as from their racing adventures outside of multi-sport.