Undergrad science or exercise-science degree Certifications:
USA Cycling level 2, USAT level 1 Services:
Local bike fitting
General Info: Mark Marshall has been racing since the early 1970's and has been a coach in some capacity since the 1980's. He is the owner of Southlake Bicycles ("Where Science Meets Experience") and prides himself in personalizing and individualizing both his bicycle fits, bicycle sales and coaching. To assist him are other coaches, all bringing some form of experience to the table (ex: Jeff Currier, BS in Exercise Science and Nutrition, Cat 2 road). Mark will develop a personal periodization plan or personal development plan to accomodate one's daily life schedule. This can include frequent one on one meetings with Mark or as little as a program to follow without Mark's presence and analysis. Power Output testing and Heart Rate are used for base testing to note progression and then it it truly science meeting experience to develop one into the best cyclist and triathlete they can be. Rates & Fees: Please call Mark at 352-394-3848 for information on pricing. Competitive pricing assured. Training Camps Offered: Mark holds training camps a few times a year (see his website-above, or Facebook page "Mark Marshall" for info on dates/times). He sometimes partners with E-performance Canada, with camps being held here in the Clermont area of Florida.
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