We currently have a level 3 performance coach and a level 2 club coach in the club. These coaches help and support the club members with macro training plans, together with prescribing specific detailed sessions for organised group sessions. The coaches also offer personal individual training plans for club members at a reduced price.
Paul is a British Triathlon Federation Level 3 Performance Coach with in excess of 20 years competitive cycling experience.
Having spent many years competing as a cyclist on the road and on the track, he has focused the last ten years competing as a triathlete from sprint distance through to Ironman.
He is a strength & conditioning coach, and coaches athletes of all abilities from Novice through to Age Group World & European Championship level.
Leila is a British Triathlon Federation Level 2 Club Coach with in excess of 10 years competitive running experience.
She is a triathlon competitor racing distances from Sprint through to Ironman Distance, represented GB at Olympic distance at the European championships.
She is a fully qualified Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition Coach.
In addition to the club sessions, we have two coaches who can perscribe individual training plans at a reduced cost.
Level 2 and 3 Qualified Coaches
Following a comprehensive conversation with one of our coach’s they will devise a full monthly triathlon coaching programme for you in order to meet your set objectives, whether this is to complete your first sprint distance triathlon or try and qualify for a major championship. We coach athletes from all levels, and across all distances including Sprint, Olympic, Middle Distance to Full Distance (Ironman). Our qualified coach’s will create a bespoke training plan, which fit into your current life and work commitments, and address your identified weaknesses, and build on your strengths. Typically they will prescribe a 4 week training block during which time, you will provide feedback on your progress – at week 3 you will submit the feedback to your coach, allowing him / her to assess your progress and plan your next 4 week block. These 4 week blocks will typically take you through a base period all the way through to your competition period.Read more