Your passion is triathlon. It's what you do. My passion is developing triathletes. That's what I do.Author of Full Time & Sub-Nine: Fitting Iron Distance Training into Everyday Life, I've helped hundreds of clients achieve success drawing on extensive experience, formal education in Exercise Physiology and coaching certifications from USA Triathlon (Level I) and USA Cycling (Level II) as well as as NSCA (CSCS). As an athlete, I have more than 17 years of triathlon racing experience including 100+ triathlon finishes and 28 Ironman-distance finishes (8:51
PR). I provide my clients
both valuable wisdom and practical experience.
In addition to the numerous articles and eBooks I've authored, my book Full Time & Sub-Nine is about my experiences at the Naval Academy, surviving cancer and his rise from an age grouper to an elite Ironman-distance triathlete - all while working a regular full time job.
Crafting a Pre-Race Plan: Make Your Pre-Race Plan Your Race Day Reality - 10/20/2010
Developing a pre-race plan for your triathlon (or other endurance event) will set you up for success on race day. This article discusses the importance of developing a pre-race plan and includes a sample plan.
Dealing with "Stuff" on Race Day - 1/12/2012
A simple strategy for dealing with all the "Stuff" that seems to go wrong on race day.
Ironman Reflections: Tips for Starting Out - 1/12/2012
As a triathlon coach and sub-nine hour Ironman-distance athlete, I hear this question all the time: “How do I train for and race an Ironman?” With the completion of my 28th Iron-distance triathlon at Vineman this past year, I thought it might be helpful to anyone who has done an Ironman or considering doing an Ironman to share the mistakes I made and lessons I learned along the way.
Practicing Mass Swim Starts - 1/12/2012
A simple way to practice swim starts to help overcome anxiety on race day.