Thunder Bay , Canada
I love endurance sport and I want to make you fast. What “fast” is, is up to you. While I certainly enjoy coaching elite athletes, I get as much or more satisfaction helping a mother of school-age kids set a personal best.
I am a life-long athlete. I have been competing in endurance sport since I was a little kid – maybe 10 or 11 years old. I have competed in xc skiing; biathlon; running – road, track and cross country; cycling – road, xc-mountain, cx and gravel; of course, triathlon. There is probably a sport I am forgetting, but you get the picture. In many of these sports I have competed at a provincial, national or international level.
Just because I am able to compete as an athlete doesn’t mean I know anything about making you fast though, right? True, it doesn’t, but I do have coaching chops too. I have a kinesiology degree from Lakehead University and was the head coach of the Nordic Ski Team. In the time since leaving university, I have become a student of exercise physiology and human endurance performance. I am an IRONMAN® Certified Coach®, nationally certified XC ski coach and am currently presently working toward national certifications in swimming, cycling and triathlon.
the endurance company is an athlete first organization. The purpose of which is to first and always is to provide athletes the tools and knowledge to make sport a part of their lives. If sport isn’t an integrated part of someone’s life that it cannot be sustainable over a lifetime.
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