Nick has been a Level 2 British Triathlon Coach for 10 years, and has been a master endurance coach with Training Bible Coaching UK in that time. He is also a Training Peaks Level 1 Coach, and formerly was a Regional Development Coach for the South East region for British Triathlon.
Alongside his online coaching business, Nick also runs Speedy Swimming which specialise in 1-2-1 front crawl technique lessons, endless pool swim video analysis, swim clinics and group swim sessions
At Sound Coaching we follow an athlete centred approach to coaching, utilising Joe Friels Training Bible Coaching methods on periodisation, 4 weekly fitness testing and a polarised approach to training you successfully to reach your training and racing goals.
We coach triathletes, cyclists with power meters, open water swimmers using swim metrics, and mountain bikers. All athletes are advised to use Heart rate as a minimum and ideally own a power meter or have the use of a wattbike or similar for cycling.
Nick has been a competitive Triathlete since 1991, starting as a junior at East Grinstead Triathlon Club, and has since raced at all distances from sprint to Ironman, now focusing on Olympic and Half Ironman distance, and mountain bike racing.
He has his own Bike fitting business Sound Coaching.
He has been open water swim coaching for 10 years, coaching athletes for 12, and personal training since 2003. He has had many articles published in 220 Triathlon, Triathlete Europe, The Cyclist, Cycling Weekly and more recently H20 Open Swim magazine, and Training Peaks.
Nicks Qualifications include:
British Triathlon level 2 Coach
Training Bible master endurance coach
Training Peaks level 1 coach
Racermate Computrainer coach
Spinning Power instructor with Schwinn and Spin
Level 3 Personal Trainer
Diploma in Personal Training
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Group Coaching, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Strength Training, Nutrition, Bike Fit, Run Analysis, Swim Analysis, Biochemical Analysis
Triathlon, Road Cycling, Running, Mountain Biking, Cyclocross, Duathlon, IRONMAN, XTERRA, Swimming, Personal Training, Adventure Racing, High School Cross Country, Collegiate Cross Country, Corporate Wellness
A Garmin hrm or similar, a power meter for cycling would be very beneficial for analysis
105 Ivy Drive