Graduate science or exercise-science degree, Undergrad science or exercise-science degree Certifications:
USA Cycling level 1 Services:
Local bike fitting, Online coaching, TrainingPeaks scheduling
General Info: I am a licensed and certified professional USA Cycling Level 1 Elite Cycling Coach, Certified Power-based Training (CPBT), who specializes in working with new and advanced cyclists from across the USA to develop wattage-based, individualized, and manageable, road, criterium, time trial, and ultra distance (gran fondo, RAAM) training plans that increase speed, boost power, and provide real results.
My client athletes have won 12 USA Cycling Masters National and California State / District individual and team time trial championship titles and gold medals, including course records, and world, national and state podium placings in UCI and USAC road, criterium, Race Across America, triathlon, and TT events.
In addition to certification as a TrainingPeaks Coach, I hold Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees, am a SRM, PowerTap and Quarq authorized dealer, former Senior Coach at Joe Friel's TB Coaching, competitive cyclist with experience racing at the elite road Pro/1/2 level, a 6-time California District / State Time Trial Champion (ITT TTT SCNCA CBR) and twice a USA Cycling Masters Road National Championship silver medalist.
Contact me at http://garytingley.com Rates & Fees: $200/$350 Training Camps Offered: Winter Training Camps in Borrego Springs, CA, and Beginning Racer Programs and Criterium Skills Clinics in Southern California.
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