Coach Details

Paula Maresh
Forerunner Endurance
LIttleton, CO


Package 1

$100 per month


Training assessment, what you have done and what are your goals.

Custom training program using Workout Log online program

Program designed to fit your lifestyle and goals.

Specific strengths and weaknesses are addressed

Weekly consultation

Changes made to your plan as needed


Package 2

$150 per month


Training assessment, what you have done and what are you goals.

Custom training program using Workout Log online program

Program designed to fit your lifestyles and goals.

Weekly consultations

Changes made to your plan as needed

Coaching on mental and psychological awareness

Analysis of swim and running techniques.

Some written journalism could be required to optimize the mental awareness in racing and training




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My love for sports and competition started in junior high school and has not slowed down at all for several decades.  Before the sport of triathlon had stared to become established, I competed in a canoe version at the age of 14 in 1980.  My love for endurance sports started in junior high where I was the lone female distance runner among a boys track team.   In high school, I ran cross country and track. Fortunately girls track and cross country programs had become established in high schools and I could enjoy running with girls. Also while in high school the sport of BMX had taken off so I had to give it a try.   I feel in love with racing this fun little dirt bike around Ohio.  I was the state BMX champion (1982) and placed in a few national events.   At Ohio Wesleyan University, I competed in cross country, indoor and outdoor track.  While competing for OWU, I earned All-American honors in the high jump.  (1984, 1985) During the summer of 1984 I tried a few local triathlons that were sponsored by the Bud Light Triathlon series and loved the triple sport challenge.  I was hooked!   I then transferred to Ohio State University and became much more interested in pursuing my interests as a triathlete.   If I was going to be competitive I knew I needed to work on my swimming.   I joined the varsity swim team as a Walk-On athlete and fell in love with the intense training regimen. This focused training would help shape me to become a professional triathlete. From the mid 80s to the early 90s, I raced as a professional triathlete mainly in the Midwest region.  I raced in distances ranging from the Sprint Nationals to the Hawaii Ironman during this time.   While living in Ohio, I also raced mountain bikes mostly in the West Virginia area and around the Ohio Valley.  We moved to Colorado in 1999 and I continued to race mountain bikes around the Rocky Mountain region and run trail races such as the Pikes Peak Ascent.  With the many interesting races the Colorado race calendar offers, I could not help but to see the number of Xterra triathlons in the area.  In 2009 I returned to my roots as a multiport athlete and started racing Xterra triathlons.  This off road version of triathlon did not exist in the mid 80s and I quickly found I liked the off road variety far better than the road version.  I have been focusing on the off road triathlons since then.

I am a Level I USAT Triathlon Coach

Pro Road Triathlete 1985-1991

West Virginia Mountain Bike Series Champion

District Time Trial Champion, Ohio 1990

Miami Valley Stage Race winner 1990, 1991

Many top 3 places in expert mountain bike racing

Hawaii Ironman 1986, 1988

Xterra Regional Champion several times

Xterra National Champion 2012

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