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London , United Kingdom
Are you training to do something challenging?
You've tried a bunch of different strategies but you just don't seem to make progress year on year.
I can add real value to your training.
Avoid the pitfalls of self-coaching and get a birds-eye view of your training from a professional who recognises the patterns and can implement adjustments before you waste your valuable training time.
"Making you fast, faster."
Hailing from the small island of Tasmania, Australia, Tom is an internationally recognised professional cycling coach and sports scientist.
After completing a degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Australia's top sport university and #2 worldwide, he decided to make the move to Europe and begin a career in professional cycling.
Since then he has worked with both male and female WorldTour riders, most recently spending two years with Team Bahrain-McLaren / Bahrain Victorious. Tom has played a role in delivering elite performance on the biggest stages, such as the Tour de France.
Tom loves to work with enthusiastic athletes who seek to follow their passion with purpose to unlock their performance potential through adventure and challenge.
Learn more - www.hellemanperformance.com
-Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Sciences (Hons.) - The University of Queensland
-UCI Level 3 Coach
-Association of British Cycling Coaches Level 3 Coach
-TrainingPeaks Level 2 Coach
-International Mountain Bike Instructors Association Level 1 Instructor
-World Anti-Doping Agency - High Performance Coach
-UK Anti-Doping - Clean Coach & Clean Sport Advisor Certification
-Bahrain McLaren | Bahrain Victorious (2020-2021)
-3+ years experience working with male and female WorldTour level cyslists
-Associate coach and sport scientist working with riders from Mitchelton Scott, Dimension Data, Sunweb, Trek Segafredo, Boels Dolmans and Canyon-SRAM.