RECORDED: September 2019

1 USAT CEU

Rating of perceived exertion, RPE, is one of the tools available to coaches to gain insight from our athletes about how a training session or effort felt to them. What are the strengths of RPE? The weaknesses? What can you, as a coach, do to make it a more useful tool for communicating with, and planning for, your athletes? Using a bit of lecture and 3 case studies, dive more deeply into how to make RPE more effective in your coaching practice.

Meet Susan Sotir

PhD, USAT Level II, Ironman U Certified Coach, NSCA-CSCS, Pn1

Susan Sotir

Susan Sotir, PhD, coaches full time with Breakthrough Performance Coaching, LLC. In addition to one-on-one coaching for endurance athletes, she serves as a consultant for elite athletes and coaches interested in developing and integrating mental skills into sport practice and performance. Susan has served on the coaching staff for USA Triathlon at Junior Elite, Specialty, and Select camps. She has taught research and statistics to graduate students in exercise science and sport studies at Springfield College and has presented and published in a variety of settings. Her athletes range from beginners to world championship qualifiers. With over 30 years of experience in sport, coaching, and education, Sue favors a data-informed coaching approach, incorporating the athlete’s daily subjective experience with testing and technology to develop an individualized program for each person. Certifications include USAT LII, IMU, NSCA – CSCS, and Pn1.

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