London , United Kingdom
English, Spanish, German
I believe in a holistic approach to coaching, which covers more than training. Using my experience from my busy corporate life, we will discuss issues such managing stress, recovery, work-life-triathlon balance, and time management.
Together we will set yearly and weekly plans, tailored to your goals and time availability. We will have regular touch points to assess progress and to adjust the plan. Finally, we will think together through race day execution.
I started running in 2015, after I saw runners finishing the London Marathon. The sense of pride and achievement in their eyes inspired me to set myself my own running challenge. Ever since I have competed in various different running events from 5K to Marathon distance and aspire to finish all 6 Abbott World Marathon Majors.
In 2019, I signed up for my first Olympic Distance Triathlon, to challenge myself in a new way. I knew I could run and cycle, but learning front crawl was another challenge in my late 20s. I absolutely loved the triathlon experience and since then scaled up to compete in 70.3s and full Ironman distance, including the Ironman 70.3 World Championships.
My training is squeezed into my free time, besides my busy day-to-day job, which taught me how to use my time efficiently. I came up with creative ways to combine my training with work and seeing friends/family to reduce the fear of missing out on social life. You can find this in my coaching approach as I acknowledge we are not professional athletes and it's all about balance, however still provide the professionalism and approach targeted to professional athletes.
I am a certified Yoga Teacher, a British Triathlon Coach, a UK Athletics Running coach and I am currently undertaking a Women-specific health and fitness coaching certificate (GGS), which equips me with a holistic coaching profile supporting athletes from diverse backgrounds.