Having been a coached athlete myself I know how important the Athlete / Coach relationship is and how being coached can help take you to the next level.
In 2010 I was somewhere between 17 & 18 stone in weight and I decided things needed to change. So I cut out the junk food and started walking and swimming before work, I always enjoyed cycling when I was younger so I decided to add cycling into my new regime. As the weight continued to drop off a friend of mine suggested I joined a local running club where he was a member of, this was about the time of the London Olympics where I saw triathlon on the TV for the first time. Realising I was doing all three disciplines I decided I was going to enter my first tri (Hereford Sprint 2013) and I have not looked back.
Since that first Triathlon in 2013 I have succesfully completed many Triathlons from Sprint all the way through to Iron distance. The highlights being 5 half ironman finishing in sub 5 hours, and this year adding IRONMAN Nice to the list.
With my interest and knowledge growing in Triathlon the next obvious step was to become a coach. I decided to dip my toe into coaching when i completed my British Triathlon Level 1 qualification and started regularly assisting at club sessions.
Since then I have also completed my Level 2 qualification and am now currently heading up the run side of the club.
I have been working towards my next coaching qualification and I am pleased to say I have qualified as a IRONMAN Certified Coach.
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