I competed in my first race in 2003 at the Pueblo, Colorado YMCA and have been hooked to triathlon ever since. While living in Valdosta, Georgia, I raced on a regular basis with a focus of exposing as many people to the sport as possible. I started a club at Moody AFB in 2006 and although that was just a group of friends and didn’t grow much, it provided a foundation for a more structured workout environment and team philosophy. While completing my Masters Degree in Physical Education at Valdosta State University, I completed my USAT level 1 and started a collegiate club through Campus Recreation. That team grew and lived on for a few years. We took a few athletes to the 2008 Collegiate Nationals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. During my numerous Air Force assignments, Triathlon was a hobby that I hung onto, but I didn't take training very seriously. I returned to San Antonio, Texas and found a great climate to take training seriously and get back into racing. Being at triathlete can be a weekend thing you do every once in a while or it can be a complete lifestyle change. I have embraced both at different times in my life. In 2018 I was named a USAT All-America and Ironman All World Athlete. In 2019, I raced in my first Armed Forces Championship and my first 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France. I love to help people achieve goals, try new experiences, and introduce them to things I have found enjoyable. I would be happy to work with you in San Antonio or online.
San Antonio, TX
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
1-on-1 Coaching, Group Coaching, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Training Camps
Triathlon, Road Cycling, Running, Duathlon, IRONMAN, XTERRA, Swimming, Personal Training, Mountaineering, Adventure Racing
Positive attitude! Heart Rate monitor of some kind. Power when athletes are ready.
San Antonio, TX