With credentials from USA Triathlon and the American College of Sports Medicine, All-American triathlete and XTERRA SoCal Trail Series champion, Adam Hodges, PhD, provides training plans and educational resources to help you achieve success in triathlons, running and life. His coaching vision is based on the belief that the ultimate reward of training is the continual process of self-discovery and personal growth that arises out of athletic challenges. Learn more at alpfitness.com.
I’ve been drawn to an active lifestyle since I began running at age 10 and competing in triathlons at age 16. Although I spent a few decades racing seriously—including trips to the ITU World Triathlon Championships, ITU World Duathlon Championships and Ironman World Championships—the allure of endurance sports for me has always been about more than the competition. For me, endurance sports provide a way to explore the beauty of our world and learn about ourselves in the process.
In addition to coaching triathletes, I spent over a dozen years as a Masters swim coach at the University of Colorado and have coached high school cross country and track runners in California. I started Alp Fitness to help you achieve success in triathlons, running and life with smart training tools and educational resources. I’m here to help you gain knowledge and cultivate enduring roots in an active, fitness-oriented lifestyle.
Visit alpfitness.com for my articles, books and videos—and check out my training plans offered through TrainingPeaks. I occasionally have openings for new personal coaching clients. Please contact me with details on the type of coaching you’re seeking and to learn about current availability. Find out more about my background and training philosophy on the Alp Fitness website. Train smart!
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Remote Coaching
Triathlon, Running, IRONMAN, XTERRA, Swimming, Personal Training, High School Cross Country, Collegiate Cross Country
Athletes should share the Alp Fitness vision and (recommended) be familiar with Adam’s training approach as outlined in his book, The Triathlete’s Training Guide. Using a HR/GPS device is encouraged.