Over the past 15 years I have helped hundreds of endurance athletes achieve and even greatly surpass their goals using methods both traditional and unconventional, all the while doing the same for myself across different sports (Ironman Triathlon, Ultra Running, Snowboarding/Skiing, Mountain biking and other endurance challenges).
I have been fortunate and have had the opportunity to talk shop, train with and train a number of phenomenal coaches in different sports and also do the same with a number of top professionals and age groupers in endurance to get a thorough understanding of how they get good…
Triathlon totally changed my life in that I went from someone who lacked self-confidence, was devastatingly shy, felt lost and like I’d achieved nothing in life to someone who achieved something to be proud of. My triathlon career was a journey of transformation for which I am so grateful.
My win in Busselton, Western Australia in 2007 in a record setting 9.00.55 was probably my career highlight, while my Ironman China win on my birthday in 2009 was perhaps my greatest achievement in terms of overcoming the adversity of the day, 40+ degrees c, combined with being in my best ever shape and having a winning attitude. My run was definitely a great example of flow state fuelled by determination.
I want to make sure my athletes are positively impacted by endurance sports and that they add to their lives for the betterment of them and their families. It’s about chasing personal goals by improving daily habits and achieving a sustainable healthy lifestyle.