Accountant turned Personal Trainer turned Triathlon Coach. I love all sports and my analogies reflect this drawing from as varied sports as yoga, golf or rowing to help explain an element of triathlon. I do triathlons myself because they are so much fun and while I want you to be as fast as possible, enjoying it is ultimately the most important thing.
What do I consider coaching?
For me coaching is about developing people as athletes. For some, you might not think the word ‘athlete’ applies but if you are training you are an athlete.
I believe coaching is to guide you as you are learning about yourself. Understanding how your body responds and through that discovering what it is capable of.
You can get fitter following any programme because it will provide structure and consistency both of which I consider important. However I also aim to get to know you. This helps me motivate you, explain things in a way that you can apply and balance your training with everything else in your life.
2016 London Region Triathlon coach of the year
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 – Coached the winner of Clapham Chasers (Londons largest Tri Club) most improved Triathlete
Athletes recent achievements
Completed first sprint triathlon
From swimming only 1 length to half ironman in 6 months
First ever triathlon in May, qualified for ETU in August
Swam non stop around Jersey
Ran a sub 3 marathon
London League age group winner
Qualified for world championships at aquathlon, duathlon, sprint, Olympic and 70.3