Undergrad degree Certifications:
Serotta certified, USA Cycling level 1 Services:
Local bike fitting, Online coaching, Regular track or group run workouts in person, TrainingPeaks scheduling
General Info: Jamie Ingalls began club riding on the road in 1986 and began racing in 1989. Mountain bike and cyclo-cross racing followed shortly after. Jamie won several state and regional championships and had podium finishes in many USCF, NORBA and collegiate races. In addition to cycling he competed in cross-country running, Nordic skiing and biathlon through and after college, qualifying for several national championships. Jamie has also worked as a coach and bike mechanic for several national and World Cup-level athletes. A career in industrial construction took time away from Jamie's athletics and competition. After several years of a less-than-healthy lifestyle, Jamie returned to cycling and running, losing more than sixty pounds. He quickly progressed from 20 minute run-walks to becoming a regular competitor in regional cyclo-cross and road races, while maintaining a 60-hour-a-week job. Jamie is currently focusing on 100 mile format mountain bike races and running. Jamie is a USA Cycling certified Coach, and is actively pursuing his NASM Certification and his USAT Coaching Certification. Rates & Fees: Please review our rate schedule at:
http://hubendurance.com/?page_id=32 Training Camps Offered: Please describe any training camps your put on.
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