General Info: Joe Company founded Endurance Company, LLC in 2010, but Joe has been involved in elite-level athletics both as an athlete and coach since 1996. Athletically, Joe competed in professional track events in the U.S. and Europe in the late '90s as well as racing as a professional triathlete from 2003-2007. As a coach, Joe works with a wide range of athletes from beginners to professionals. He has guided athletes to the pinnacle of sport such as Ironman World Championships in Kona, HI and the Olympic Trials and also has guided athletes to their first finishes in triahtlons and running events.
Joe also has a master's degree in Exercise Pysiology and operates a metabolic testing laboratory focusing on optimizing athletic performance. Through these experiences, Joe has gained valuable insight regarding the application of endurance performance training that he is excited to share with others.
The goal at Endurance Company is to help design a plan for you in which you gain the most fitness while making the most efficient use of your time. We want to help you achieve your goals while maintaining balance in your life. This is where Joe's experience as an exercise physiologist, athlete, and coach is most beneficial – helping you do the best work at the right times to produce the best results, while still allowing you to maintain balance in your life. Rates & Fees: Endurance Company offers a variety of training options from one-on-one plans to general training plans to metabolic testing (lactate testing and VO2 max testing for the bike and run). Contact us for details. Training Camps Offered: Annual Branson Training camp in late August.
More camps to be announced. Visit website for details.
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