Peak Energy Performance Coaching & Consultation Services Intake Questionnaire
PLEASE READ! Thank you for your interest in this coaching services from Peak Energy Performance. This is the first step of the process. Please take time to answer the following questions - your answers will help me to understand your goals, experience and schedule, and allow me to help you design a big-picture strategy for achieving your season objectives. There are no right or wrong answers! Your responses will be kept confidential. After you have submitted, please follow up with me via email at spencer@peakenergyco.com to schedule a follow-up conversation.
Email address *
Name *
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Age *
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Height *
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Weight *
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Where do you live? *
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Primary cycling discipline *
Based on the primary types of events you want to prepare for. i.e. single-day enduro, multi-day enduro, Olympic XC, marathon XC, stage race, ultra-endurance XC, etc. IF MULTIPLE, LIST IN ORDER OF PRIORITY
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What are your expectations for coaching services? Why are you seeking to be coached, and what are you hoping to get out of it? *
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Level of service & interaction you are looking for (check all that apply) *
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List specific cycling goals for 2019. *
Remember, goals should ideally include the following elements: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-dependent (SMART). Finally, goals should be inspiring/positive/energizing. It's always good to include backup goals, too.
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Describe your long-term goals in cycling (beyond 2019). *
(i.e. multi-year, long term, measurable goals. If competition/event-focused, any target events and dates?)
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How many years have you participated in this sport? *
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How many years have you "trained" for this sport? *
By "training", I mean following anything whether self-administered or coach-administered that resembles a planned, structured, "periodized" program intended to improve performance.
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Have you been coached for this discipline before? If so, please explain what worked well for you in that coaching relationship, and what did not. *
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Any other meaningful athletic experience, competitive or recreational? *
i.e. sports in grade-school, high school, college, etc.
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Briefly describe your experience in the sport you are seeking to be coached in. *
(i.e. years riding regularly, where you ride, favorite trails, competitive history if any, best results etc.)
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How do you rate your current fitness levels? Characterize in terms relative to your own performances. Note periods in your life when you were in notably "good or bad" shape. What is different now compared to then? *
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What are two things you would like to improve about your approach to training. *
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IMPORTANT: List your planned 2019 events: DATE, EVENT NAME, LOCATION, PRIORITY ("A, B, C", or TBD) *
Where "A" = high priority, "C" = lowest priority, "TBD" = not sure yet. Don't worry about getting this perfect. The more information, the better, as we'll talk about this schedule in detail later on. If you aren't sure of specific dates yet (if they haven't been published) then put your best estimate for timing of the event.
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IMPORTANT: List any known "forced time off" dates during 2019 (blocks of 5 or more consecutive days when training is very unlikely, or impossible). This could include "family" or "weddings" or "work events" or "other" *
List the dates when training will not be possible or you will be forced out of your regular routine at home and training may be possible but sporadic/unlikely. This could include travel for work conferences, family events, weddings, personal vacations, etc.
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Describe your typical weekly schedule. Note whether you consider your schedule to be predictable or unpredictable, if it changes significantly depending on time of year, and how much you travel for work (if applicable) *
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Briefly describe your exercise sessions from the last 2-3 weeks. *
This simply helps to give me a sense of what you've been up to most recentlyi.e. Monday: rest; Tuesday: 2hr ride; Wednesday: 3mi run; etc...
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During a typical week, what are your preferred or mandatory recovery/rest days? (must have at least 1) *
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During a typical week, note your usual exercise time?
Morning
Midday
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Varies
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Given your schedule, which of the options below best represents your average time per week available for training activities? (bike + other) *
Typically an average amount of time spread over 5-6-days per week. 5-8hrs/wk (.83-1.3hrs/day, 4-6.5hrs on bike/wk)2 - 7-10hrs/wk (1.1-1.6hrs/day, 5.8-8.3hrs on bike/wk)3 - 9-12hrs/wk (1.5-2hrs/day, 7.5-9.9hrs on bike/wk)4 - 12-15+hrs/wk (2-2.5hrs/day, 9.9-12.5hrs on bike/wk)
Describe your overall approach and philosophy towards riding/training in the last year *
(i.e. Describe anything you like, i.e. classes or group rides you attend, any training philosophies you connect with, how you feel about training vs. "just riding" what you focus on seasonally, typical riding locations, your FAVORITE types of training sessions, your LEAST favorite types of training sessions, etc.)
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Favorite type of training? What do you get most excited about? *
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Least favorite type of training? What kinds of things are hardest to motivate for? *
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Have you ever kept a training log? If so, how have you tracked your training? *
(i.e. notebook, handwritten calendar; daily journal; excel spreadhseet; Strava; TrainingPeaks, nothing, etc.)
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Describe any other health-related goals, if any. *
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Describe any restrictions due to pain or injuries, past surgeries, or current medical conditions which may affect your needs in a training program. *
(i.e. safety precautions and concerns)
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Are you experienced with structured resistance training? *
(i.e. experience in proper technique, where you have performed, gyms, home, etc.)
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What resistance training resources do you have at home? *
(i.e. garage or any other "workout space", squat rack, TRX, dumbbells, kettlebells, nothing, etc.)
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Which output measuring devices do you use, i.e. GPS watch, heart rate monitor, power meter, or other? Please list which devices you use. *
(NOTE: I am big on being able to train "by feel", but these tools are helpful to make training and communication more efficient and precise.)
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List the bikes you ride. Must include YEAR, SIZE, MAKE, MODEL. *
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Have you ever had a professional bike fit? *
ANYTHING ELSE NOT ADDRESSED IN THE QUESTIONS ABOVE THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS?
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