Graduate science or exercise-science degree, Undergrad degree Certifications:
USAT level 2 Services:
One-on-one swim instruction on pool deck, Online coaching, Regular group swim workouts on pool deck, Regular track or group run workouts in person, TrainingPeaks scheduling
General Info: David Bertrand leads TriDaily University, TriDaily Coaching Programs and the TD Coach Development Program throughout the United States. Prior to joining TriDaily & Co-Founding the DFW Tri Club, David devoted his professional career to various leading educational institutions and has been featured in various industry leading publications. For the past 10 years, David has helped create, build and promote an active lifestyle and the sport of triathlon through his leadership with many local and national organizations. Being a part of only a handful of Level 2 USAT certified coaches in the South Midwest region, David has coached hundreds of elite and beginner athletes along their life changing journey.
Prior to joining TriDaily David helped build various triathlon specific organizations throughout the DFW Metroplex. Before committing to coaching triathletes and mentoring other coaches full-time, David taught 4 years in the Applied Physiology & Wellness Department at Southern Methodist University. David holds a Masters Degree in Health & Human Performance. David enjoys the rewarding journey of helping people reach their goals. Rates & Fees: Rates – My rates vary from $300 to $500 per month depending on your needs, your background and how long we’ve been working together.
$300 plan - Weekly schedule with detailed workouts, performance testing (bike and run lactate threshold included), Training Camps Offered: 4 camps across nation:
Kona (Ironman World Championship course)
Taos, New Mexico Cycling Base Camp
Marble Falls, TX
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