Triple Threat Triathlon Club is hosting a discussion on endurance performance, open to all Triathlon Manitoba members.
Read on below to find out more…
We Are All Quitters
– Limitations to Human Endurance Performance –
Have you ever wondered why you can’t push as hard as a teammate, or hold onto your race pace for just a bit longer? How is it that Olympians and Paralympians have the ability to push through pain, and achieve performances that seem “super human”? Is this solely the result of them winning the genetic lottery, or have they learned and implemented techniques that liberate hidden amounts of potential?
Come join Sport Scientist, and Endurance Coach Daryl Hurrie of Sculpt Lifestyle as he discusses the latest research on what really limits endurance performance. In this presentation, Daryl takes us inside the physiology of endurance performance focusing on interventions and training techniques he has used over the past 15 years to assist Canadian athletes in their quest for the podium. Come be entertained, and amazed by what the human body is capable of with the help of a little science!
When: Thursday, March 21st. Doors 7:30pm, Talk 8:00pm. Q & A to follow
Where: Pure Lifestyle, 1129 Empress St, Winnipeg, MB
Fee: $10, payable in advance by calling Pure Lifestyle at 204-338-7873.
Spots are limited to 100 attendees. Reserve early to ensure your spot!
Daryl M.G. Hurrie
PhD (candidate), MSc. Exercise Physiology, CSEP-Certified Exercise Physiologist
Owner, Sculpt Lifestyle
Sport Scientist / Physiologist / Strength Coach
Daryl is a Sport Scientist specializing in human physiology. He delivers innovative coaching, consulting, and assessment services through his private company Sculpt Lifestyle.
Daryl’s unique ability to translate scientific research into everyday practice has made him a highly sought after consultant by athletes across several Olympic and Paralympic sports such as triathlon/paratriathlon, cycling, rowing, speed skating, volleyball, curling and archery. Most recently, Daryl has served as a consultant for Tyler Mislawchuk (Olympic Triathlete), Team Canada Men’s Senior National Soccer Team, and the Winnipeg Jets.
Daryl is in the last year of his PhD studies (Applied Health Science) at the University of Manitoba. His research focus is on Exercise in Extreme Environments with a focus on thermoregulation and performance. Daryl continues to share his passion for sport science through local, national and international presentations for sport, academic and corporate communities while exploring human potential with his personal clients.
Prior to opening his services to the public through Sculpt Lifestyle, Daryl was the Director of Sport Science for an Olympic and Paralympic training centre for the past 12 years where he led a team of sport science professionals in developing and delivering cutting edge training experiences.