We keep you in the zone
To avoid weight gain after I quit smoking in 1996 my New Years resolution for the following year was to start running. I enjoyed running so much I wanted to go longer and longer and longer. After racing 5K's to marathons for 4 years I started competing in triathlons and haven't looked back. I have completed 15 Ironman races including the Ironman World Championship in 2014 and 23 races at the 70.3 distance including Ironman World Championship 70.3 races in 2006, 2007 and 2009. I have mentored/coached several athletes training for their first Ironman and I can get you ready for your first Ironman 70.3 or Ironman race as well.
Athletes who work with a coach are more likely to see greater progress and goal achievement than athletes who train on their own. During your initial consultation we will review the goals you'd like to achieve. Then we will go to work putting a plan in place to get you to the finish line. Learn how you will benefit by working with an experienced, qualified coach. I work with athletes of ALL ability levels.
If you think you can or if you think you can't you are right; Henry Ford. I think you can and I am ready to work with you using the five pillars of Ironman training to get you to the start line feeling confident and prepared. Combining Balance, Consistency, Endurance, Adaptability and Recovery is the road to success. I will demand of you your very best and I will give you my very best. There are no shortcuts. If you are ready to achieve your long-distance triathlon goals, please contact me to get started.
Saturday long bike ride at either Flatwoods, Suncoast or Withlacoochee trails or at Clermont.
Please message me each week for details
A personalized plan to include swim stroke analysis, riding and running sessions is available upon request.
All training plans will be available for review on the Final Surge website with the option to have your daily workouts sent to you via text and/or email.