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Our philosophy is simple.

Motivate those who are unmotivated by tapping into the part of each of us that wants to be the best we can be. Then, tap into it some more. Find It!

"Effective coaching is much, much more than writing/prescribing workouts and exercise plans with numbers attached to them."

At TRI-ACTIVE ENDURANCE we firmly believe that coaching is about personal attention to each and every athlete we serve. It includes listening to you and understanding what your goals are and working with you to make a plan that is achievable and challenging that will afford you the opportunity to meet and exceed your goals. We understand that progress is rarely linear and we are with you to assess, teach, mentor, monitor progress, assess some more, and seek and insist on your feedback and input to help make any necessary adjustments along the way. Helping you to "Reach Your Peak!" 

In order for change to be effective and sustainable, it must make sense to you, as an individual. TRI-ACTIVE ENDURANCE seeks to motivate you by allowing you to experience the benefits of pushing your limits and believing in yourself allowing the change process to become the reward.


I often chuckle at the look on an athlete's face when I tell them, "I want to become intimate with your body." Of course, the context is that of a professional who needs to understand the intricacies of how one's body responds under different loads, bouts of intensity and duration of a variety of exercises. Every coach should strive for this level of understanding with their athletes. In fact, at Tri-Active Endurance, I insist on it.

It is this understanding that allows me to get the most out of my athletes, both mentally and physically. Make no mistake: mental endurance is every bit as important (if not more so) than physical endurance. Further, from mental endurance comes emotional strength which also helps build physical strength and endurance.

This is the formula for a well rounded athlete. This is the make up of Tri-Active Endurance Athletes.