I believe when you set a goal, you go all in! As a coach, my goal is to help guide you on your path to achieve success. Every athlete is different and comes to me with a different athletic history. I will work on your strengths and your weaknesses by using a balance of art and science. No athlete is the same, and no athlete should be coached the same. Science based training is very important to me, however, coaching is also an art.
Lori has been participating in Triathlon for 10 years, competing at all distances from sprint to full Ironman, including some of her favorites: Ironman U.K., Ironman Austria and Xterra Germany. About 4 years ago, Lori re-discovered the fun of off-road racing, competing almost exclusively in Xterra triathlons and trail running. She is a 3x finisher of the Xterra World Championships in Maui, Hawaii and she has qualified for 2017 Team USA for
I have been involved in sports since the age of 7. I began my endurance-racing career 14 years ago with my first Sprint Adventure Race. Since that time I have competed in numerous 12, 24, & 30 hour Adventure Races. I was introduced to Triathlon 7 years ago and quickly became immersed in the sport.
In 2007 I was introduced to the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) where I learned over 90 different dietetic theories from world leaders in the respective fields.
Mark started with the DFW Tri Club as a new coach. He is a USAT Level I Certified Coach and has attended TrainingPeaks University, the DFW Tri Club Coaching School, and the Endurance Summit. When he came on board, he worked hard for his athletes, training groups and with club members. He is the club lead for Blood Lactate Testing (performance testing) and has been the Swim Basics Clinic Coach and the Director of Group Training. He became a partner in the summer of 2016. Since then, his gears have shifted to focus on the greater good of the club as a whole.