Triathlon Coaches


Chris Navin

939 W. North Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60642
Phone: 312-772-3TRI


Education: Undergrad degree, Undergrad science or exercise-science degree
Certifications: USAT level 1, USAT level 2
Services: Local bike fitting, 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

General Info: Chris Navin is the Level 2 USA Triathlon Certified Coach and Head Endurance Coach of Fitness Formula Clubs (FFC) and TriMonster, overseeing all swimming, cycling, triathlon, and running endurance training programs for over 150 athletes annually across 9 Fitness Formula Clubs locations - voted "Best Club to Train for a Triathlon" (Examiner), "Best Gym" (CitySearch), "Best Gym in Chicago" (Chicago Magazine, 2013), and "Best Health Club in Chicago" (Competitor Magazine, 2013).

Chris is based out of the new FFC Lincoln Park Endurance Training Center - the 1st and only USA Triathlon (USAT) Certified Performance Center in the Midwest.

Chris also serves as the Head Triathlon Coach for the Chicago Triathlon's official charity training partner TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) and has served as Running Coach for TeamWILD, an online training group for athletes with Type-1 and Type-2 Diabetes. An 18-time Ironman and 3x member of TEAM USA, Chris has completed over 100 triathlons and has competed at the IRONMAN World, 70.3, and U.S. Championships. In 2010, he placed top 3 in his age group 9 times including 8 races in the top 10 overall: five top 5s and two overall wins. In 2012, he was ranked 9th in the U.S. and 33rd in the World in the IRONMAN Age Group Rankings.
Rates & Fees: http://ffc.com/endurance
Training Camps Offered: Chicago IronMonsters - IM Wisconsin Camp (July)
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scaryfast at December 4, 2019 11:11 AM
scaryfast at September 26, 2013 11:11 AM