Undergrad degree Certifications:
USA Cycling level 2, USAT level 1 Services:
Online coaching, Regular track or group run workouts in person, TrainingPeaks scheduling
General Info: Billy has been coaching the very successful Naval Academy Triathlon collegiate team since 2008. He has helped them earn 3 National team titles. Along with his work with the USNA squad he specializes in working with athletes on restricted timelines utilizing solid training metrics from swim to bike to run. (i.e. power, HR, paces for effort zones) His methods have translated to solid Elite Age Group racing.
Billy believes sport should be a part of life and should complement one's life. Training needs to take advantage of the time one has.
Billy believes in giving his athletes not only the numbers of each workout but also assuring the athlete understands the intent of each workout. He will work with each athlete on everything from race nutrition to proper gear to the psychology of racing and training.
Billy is a graduate of USNA, a former active Marine Infantry Officer and raced as a professional ironman triathlete. He began as a youth runner and even is a RAAM record holder. He has participated in nearly every format of endurance sports and utilizes his experiences in his coaching. Rates & Fees: Please contact Billy for his rates. Rates will differ from triathlon to cycling to run programs. Training Camps Offered: Billy can be contacted for one-on-one coaching or in the Boulder area. He can also be hired or requested to speak at clubs or camps about his triathlon, endurance sports, and military life.
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