General Info: I'm Austin Mitchell, Master Trainer, USAT LIIE coach, and High School Track Coach. Personally, I have won multiple events overall including Wildflower, Santa Cruz, Scott Tinley, and several other events.
Overcoming countless failures in the past, I eventually qualified and competed in the 2016 70.3 World Championships in Australia. I know what it takes to get to the next level. I coach full time and have studied in "tri-meccas" Boulder, Colorado and San Diego. I work along side some of the best in the world on a daily basis, but still help many amateurs achieve their goals as well. I've learned quite a bit along the way. Though some may still consider me a baby in my late 20s, but age is just a number (especially in endurance sports). If someone wants to be the best, they need to surround themselves with the best. Ultimately, its about YOU! There are many different secrets or philosophies in training that I have come across and evolved through my own training, coaching and racing experience. I'm somewhat of a tri-geek but am also mechanically inclined and data driven. In addition, I am willing to disregard science to favor the ?feel? of training to get the best results. That's what separates the good from the great. If there is a triathlon book out there, I've probably read it and have a deep understanding of data analysis and the concept of periodization. Rates & Fees: Global Coaching ranging from $120 a month through $299 a months. Details at https://www.trainingpeaks.com/coach/fastesttransition#pricing
In person Corrective Exercise or Triathlon/Fitness Consultations also available Training Camps Offered: http://www.fastesttransition.com/personal-training/san-diego-triathlon-camp/
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