San Diego, CA , United States
Each athlete is unique and has his or her strength and weak traits.
The main goal of any training process is to understand these traits and find the best way to bolster them. A coach can help to find a way to do it.
The more effective, quicker, and healthier this way will be, the better the coach.
Based on considerable experience, the coach can unlock a client's potential, reach their goals, and make their life a little bit happier.
My coaching experience is more than 15 years.
My overall running mileage is 100 000+ miles and about 60 marathons.
I'm a Guinness book record holder and a math Ph.D. that's why I adhere to a training principle: "If you can count something– you can improve it."
I genuinely believe that I can unlock the client's potential, that they have but don't realize it.
My athletes made it to Kona (Ironman World Championship) in 60+ years old category and ran a marathon under 3 hours in a couple of years after acute injury (they would move in a wheelchair). I prepared about 50 marathoners who wasn't able to run a mile without shortness of breath.
I'm a science person. I like to participate in sports summits, conduct science researches, and study healthy diet for athletes.
We live in the internet age. There is so much fake information that is difficult to distinguish from the truth. I test the latest achievements in the sports field and apply it to myself. I work with leading physiologists, massage therapists, movement specialists, and nutritionists. I like the concept when several specialists work on one client than one coach works with several clients.
And last but not least: I love what I'm doing.
2732 W Canyon Ave
San Diego, CA