Build Phase Cycling Class- 6 Weeks

  • 06 Mar 2015
  • 6:00 AM
  • 10 Apr 2015
  • 7:30 AM
  • WattsUp 100 Sunrise Ave, Unit 157 Toronto, ON M4A 1B3
  • 9

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 Introduction to Build Phase


6 sessions: 2 course rides sandwiched between 4 instructor led classes with a continued focus on the principals of early season build phase. 

Following on the fundamentals of base phase, this 6 week program will introduce work at higher efforts over incrementally longer duration while continuing to develop the elements of technique and strength introduced in the Base Phase Technical Clinic and subsequent Base Building Cycling Classes. 

Sessions 1  - instructor led class 

Sessions 2 and 3 - computrainer course rides - Muskoka 70.3 and Tremblant 70.3 (or other)

Sessions 4, 5, 6 - instructor led class 

Sessions 2 and 3 are available for drop-in. Drop in pricing applicable. 

Maximum class size: 16 (other than course rides which are 24).


Time: Friday: 6am-7:30am-March 6 thru April 10

Location: WattsUp Cycling Studio, 100 SunRise Av

Cost : 

$150 - 6 classes approximately 1:20 in length.

$160 for non-members ($10 Triathlon Ontario Fee)

$30 member drop in fee on course ride dates.


Jacqueline O’Connor, Elite triathlete and NCCP Trained Competitive Cycling Coach.

Jacqueline is an elite triathlete and cyclist who has trained and raced around the world at the Olympic and 70.3 distances. Amongst her many accomplishments is an 8th place finish at the Ironman World Championships, 2012, Las Vegas where she was second off the bike in her age group with the 26th fastest overall women’s age group bike split, ranking her finish 3rd overall Canadian age group female. Jacqueline has conquered numerous epic Tour de France cols, trained on the renowned Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway, NC, and logged numerous miles on Maui’s windswept roads and epic climbs to push her riding to the limit. Jacqueline places an emphasis on the quality of her cycling base, paying significant attention to detail and developing all aspects of aerobic efficiency and strength. When she is not training, she is often seen being walked by her two golden retrievers, or more likely chauffeuring her two daughters to one of their many training sessions.

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