Triathlon Coaches


Grasky Endurance Coaching

4811 E Grant Rd, suite 147
Tucson, Arizona 85747
Phone: 520-780-6951


Education: Undergrad degree
Certifications: USA Cycling level 1, USA Cycling level 2, USAT level 1, USAT level 2, USAT level 3
Services: Local bike fitting, One-on-one swim instruction on pool deck, Online coaching, Regular track or group run workouts in person, TrainingPeaks scheduling

General Info

General Info: Amateur World Champion, Pro National Champion, several state and regional champions.
Beginners, weekend warriors, everyday Joes.
And everything in between.

Head Coach Brian Grasky is a former pro, a USAT Level 3 Coach and USAC level 2 Coach. He is the head biomechanist and fitter at Tucson Endurance Performance Center and coaches/trains athletes full time. Brian has success coaching Ironman, 70.3, XTERRA, draft-legal, short course, on- and off-road cycling, running, and Mountain Bike endurance.

Associate coaches apprentice under Brian and are smart, certified, proven, and effective.

Brian is an Air National Guard F-16 and Predator pilot and is flying when he's not coaching.
Rates & Fees: Various plans and fees depending on your level of interaction and coach. Our fees are competitive in the industry.
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Training Camps Offered: GEC puts on full-service training camps in Tucson and Flagstaff, AZ, targetting IM and 70.3 athletes looking to reach the next level. Our camps are fully supported, well sponsored, and include everything but travel and a meal of two. Expect home-cooked meals by our staff certified nutritionist, sagged rides, and great training and coaching.
Tucson camps are in the winter and focus on pre-season base training.
Flagstaff camps are in the summer and allow your to build durability and endurance through training at 7000 feet.
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