I have been coaching for CTS for over 14 years and working in cycling for the last 20 years. I graduated my undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and went on to work at USA Cycling as a sports physiologist for the 1996 Olympic Team. After the Olympics I went back to grad school to get my Masters’ degree in Exercise Science, and have been working as a full-time coach with CTS since 2001. Since then I have coached every type of athlete you can imagine, from beginner cylist, to category racer, Master racer, and Olympic athlete. The basicis stay the same for all athletes. Sound training, sound nutrition, and balance between life and athletics.
As an athlete I spent over 20 years racing road and track. and I have 6 Masters’ National Championships titles. I don’t race competively anymore, but I still enjoy riding my bike nearly every day and am always going for Strava QOM’s.
Coaching (Individual and Group)
Developing Training Plans
Laboratory Testing for running and cycling (LT and VO2 max)
Retul 3D bike fitting
Group and Individual camps
- Cycling skills
My specific area of expertise is in road and track cycling, although I have worked with all sorts of cyclists from the road and track athletes to mountain bikers, single speed, and cyclocross. I have also a particular interest in strength and conditioning and have had the opportunity to work with athletes from many different sports including running, triathlon, cross country skiing, biathlon, team sports, field hockey, as well as pistol shooting. With a solid background in exercise physiology I am able to apply sound training principals across different sport disciplines to help each athlete achieve their best.« Back to all coaches
Residence: Colorado Springs, CO
Certifications: USA Cycling Level 1 Coach, NASM Sports Nutritionist
- Road Cycling
- Team Sports
- Track Cycling