Growing up in a household where both my parents were All-American runners there was never a doubt in my mind that I wanted to follow in their footsteps. I entered my first running race at age 8 and continued non-stop through high school, and even at the D1 Collegiate Level. While running for the nationally ranked Brigham Young University Cross Country and Track Team I earned my B.S. in Exercise Science. The knowledge I gleaned from my coach, two-time Olympian Ed Eyestone, and from professors like bio mechanist Ian Hunter helped develop a deeper love and understanding for sports performance. Injury plagued the latter parts of my running career, and after running a 3:45 1500m I decided I had done all I could in Track and Field. An internship with CTS after college sparked a new interest in cycling, and after winning the first race I entered, I was hooked. With the guidance and mentorship of the best coaches at CTS I quickly found success in cycling and continue to compete on the bike to this day. I have competed against the best and learned from the best, and I use this knowledge to help my athletes succeed.
I offer personalized structured training programs that cater to an athlete’s goals and time constraints. Data analysis from power meters, HR monitors, and GPS devices so I can give science driven feedback. Through the CTS facilities I do VO2 /Lactate testing and to help further reach an athlete’s potential. I offer one-on-one and group training camps, training/racing consultations, and skill clinics.
Through my lifetime of racing and training experience I specialize I race strategy, preparation, and nutrition. My science education and passion for research ensures that my athletes will always be training on the cutting edge. I primarily specialize on training cyclist, runners, and triathletes.« Back to all coaches
Residence: Colorado Springs, CO
Certifications: USA Cycling Level 3 Coach
- Road Cycling