Triathlon, Road Cycling, Running, Mountain Biking, Cyclocross, Duathlon, IRONMAN, XTERRA, Swimming, Personal Training, Adventure Racing, High School Cross Country, Collegiate Cross Country, Corporate Wellness
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Nick has been a Level 3 British Triathlon Coach for 14 years, and has been a master endurance coach with Training Bible Coaching UK in that time. He is also a Training Peaks Level 2 Accredited Coach, and has worked as 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 Speedy Swimming we follow an athlete centred approach to coaching, 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.
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, including Ironman Switzerland and Austria. He was 3rd at the Windsor Triathlon in his age group in the sprint distance, and also consistently placed in the top 10 for his age group at Olympic distance triathlons. Other events he has done are adventure racing, orienteering, the 700km Cycle the Raid Pyrenean, Hot Chillee cycling events, Gorrick mtb races & Xterra triathlons.
He has helped triathletes of all levels from beginner, to advanced, to qualifying and competing at events such as the ITU World Championships, World Duathlon champs, 70.3 and Full Distance triathlon championships.
He has been open water swim coaching for 12 years, and coaching athletes online for 15 years. 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.
My aim is to help athletes achieve their personal best with a combination of improving their technique economy and efficiency and to help them be prepared in the best possible way for their chosen event.
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Group Coaching, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Strength Training, Nutrition, Bike Fit, Run Analysis, Swim Analysis, Biochemical Analysis
A Garmin hrm or similar, a power meter for cycling would be very beneficial for analysis but isn't mandatory
5 Vicarage Road