Striving to intertwine my professional level experience with pro level tactics into a quality and affordable coaching option.
In 2007 I attended Shippensburg University with the goal of becoming an entrepreneur. Alongside of entrepreneurship, I took up a minor in coaching. During this time, I ran cross country and track at Shippensburg University. I learned valuable lessons in the importance of hard work, dedication, and the keys to being a successful student athlete. I graduated with my degrees, finished my masters, and went out into the real world. But my real world never came….Fast forward past my running injuries, and transition into the professional cycling. At first I was overwhelmed, but I was guided the right way by the right people. I’ve made mistakes, and I’ve learned a lot.
All too often coaches say they have the keys to success; someone can just make a cool logo, and call themselves qualified. Well that isn’t what I am trying to do here. I’m trying to offer an athlete to athlete coaching experience. I understand power and the correct training concepts, but I am not the coach who overwhelms you with data.
I get it, just because I can ride my bike fast, doesn’t necessarily mean I’m a coach. But…I would say, that based on my experiences of being an endurance athlete since I was 12, receiving a degree in the world of coaching, and making it on the professional scene in less than 3 years; I do have the opportunity to offer something to the right client.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Group Coaching, Remote Coaching, Strength Training, Nutrition, Mental Skills, Training Camps
Triathlon, Road Cycling, Running, Mountain Biking, Cyclocross, Duathlon, IRONMAN
103 S. Clay Street