Carrie is a physical therapist and USA Triathlon certified coach in Atlanta, GA. She specializes in working with triathletes and runners to improve race performance from sprint to Ironman distance as well as those looking for injury prevention and return to sport. Carrie has 9 years of experience working with triathletes and also offers VO2/threshold testing for the bike and run, movement assessments, run video analysis and physical therapy services.
A lifelong athlete, Carrie has always had an interest in training and sports. After playing collegiate basketball at Ashland University, she found the sport of triathlon as a new competitive outlet and started searching for a way to incorporate endurance training and sports into a career. She began her coaching career with Carmichael Training Systems had the privilege of learning from some of the best coaches in the world. She worked as a triathlon, running, and cycling coach for CTS for six years creating training plans, analyzing workout files, teaching skills at camps, and performing metabolic testing for athletes.
Carrie put coaching on hold for a few years to obtain her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Georgia State University. She has also completed extensive graduate coursework in exercise physiology at Ohio University and manual therapy techniques through Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. Carrie is trained in running gait analysis, SFMA, FMS, Redcord Neurac, craniosacral therapy, and dry needling.
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Strength Training, Mental Skills, Training Camps, Run Analysis, Biochemical Analysis
Triathlon, Road Cycling, Running, Duathlon, IRONMAN
Intermediate to advanced athletes training for sprint to Ironman racing or running events. Can work with local or remote clients.