I am a USAT coach and an NSCA strength coach. I believe in developing well-rounded triathletes through incorporating functional strength, and empowering my athletes to set and reach goals that require Desire, Determination, and Discipline. I coach Kona qualifiers, 70.3 WC qualifiers, and anyone who wants to push themselves out of their comfort zones. I believe that it is my job as a coach to not only provide you with a road map for reaching your goals, but to be your teammate in the process.
My passion is coaching and racing Ironman. I played Division 1 lacrosse at the University of Connecticut, and then quickly made the switch to triathlon. I've qualified for world championships at each distance as well as competed in Kona, and my goal is to continue to challenge myself to become a faster, tougher, more humble athlete.
I love coaching athletes of all ability levels, and I am endlessly inspired by my athletes.
Besides triathlon, my favorite things in life are animals (mostly dogs, not snakes), the ocean, and going to bed embarrassingly early. I'm into a lot of other sports and I enjoy drawing influence from coaches and athletes with different backgrounds. Even though triathlon is unique, I believe there are strategies and mindsets that cross disciplines and might help me open doors for myself and my athletes. It's all about finding out what works for you, based on how you connect with your sport and what you want out of it.
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Local Coaching, Strength Training
Triathlon, Running, IRONMAN, Personal Training
Power meters are preferred but not mandatory.