Coaching Philosophy

At TRIstacey coaching,  expect extraordinary coaching that suits your personality, athletic ability, and lifestyle.  The coach-athlete relationship takes top priority in the TRIstacey coaching model.

I coach with an eye to exercise science, functional strength, injury prevention, and long-term improvement through skill development and careful planning.

Athletes communicate in real-time through TrainingPeaks and also video feed, Skype, Facebook,  Garmin, SRM, Powertap, and/or HR monitors.

I pour over the details of your training to unlock how you train and your approach to each workout.   As part of my small roster, you receive great feedback and thorough attention to the details of your training.

Obtaining a written set of workouts is easy.  Finding the right coach is the much greater challenge.  Things you should look for in a coach are:

  • responsiveness
  • excellent education
  • great rapport with clients, colleagues, and sponsors
  • proven record of success
  • variety of clientele
  • past race experience
  • investment in athletes as individuals
  • understanding of sports psychology
  • ability to meet your specific needs…all of them
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