Gorilla Multisport Coaching
DFW , TX
Gorilla Multisport focuses on getting every athlete to the starting line with the greatest possible chance for individual success. Coach Gail works with every athlete to develop training strategies that meet the individuals physical, psychological and practical needs. GMS does not offer different levels of service as Coach Gail believes that every athlete she works with deserves her best efforts. Multisport coaching - $200/monthly - $150 set-up fee - 6 month minimum
~ Annual training plan development ~ Individualized workout schedule every 2 weeks, with adjustments as needed ~ Online training log ~ Athlete training manual ~ Functional strength training program ~ Gorilla Multisport technical shirt & hat/visor ~ Technical/skills workshops ~ Race strategies and nutrition planning ~ Online message board/forum ~ Weekly updates ~ Unlimited athlete/coach communication ~ TRI Community DFW membership benefits
Coach Gail is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Coach with more than 9 years of multisport coaching experience. Coach Gail has helped athletes reach goals ranging from winning the Race Across The Sand, a five day, 146 mile ultra marathon event, to achieving a Top 5 age group finish at the 70.3 World Championships, finishing their first sprint triathlon or achieving an Ironman PR. Gail's 15-year journey from non-athletic mother of two to elite age group triathlete has given her the ability to relate to athletes of all ages and abilities. She has completed more than 100 triathlons, duathlons and running races since beginning training at age 36. Following back surgery in 2008, Coach Gail is facing the challenge of tempering competitive drive with physical limits while retaining the fun and sense of accomplishment gained from testing those limits. From her experience has emerged Gail's passion for helping people discover and develop their own athletic potential. Gorilla Multisport is named from Coach Gail's favorite quote: Its a little like wrestling a gorilla. You don't quit when you're tired, ..you quit when the gorilla is tired.