Club President: Benjamin Bartlett Board Member(s): None Total Membership: 30 Club Dues: Varies
Club Info: Founded in 2012, Bartlett Multisport Racing Team is composed of a group of dedicated endurance athletes who have elected to work in partnership with Ben Bartlett's distinctive coaching style and approach to preparing athletes of all ability levels for triathlons, marathons, and similar events. In 2014, Bartlett established the Elite Development Team to help provide coaching, sponsorship, and highly specialized training for elite triathletes seeking to compete at the highest amateur level or the professional tier in triathlon. To date, Bartlett has worked with 100s of athletes to help achieve their personal goals through interactive coaching and/or, one-on-one consulting. Although Coach Bartlett is a certified triathlon coach, heart rate training instructor, and fitness nutrition specialist, he values most his ten years of experience competing as an elite amateur in the sport. Club Sponsors: For 2015, we have enjoyed partnership with Nu'U Vitality Center (nuuvitality.com) as the title sponsor for our team, as well as OSMO Nutrition (osmonutrition.com), Rudy Project (e-rudy.com), and Pow-Her Chiropractic (powherchiro.com). Club Discounts: - 10% off VTS/MTS race entries
- 10-20% off physiological testing at Nu'U Vitality Center
- 50% off Rudy Project apparel
- 40% off OSMO Nutrition Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Varies Club Workout Schedule: Varies by availability Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Varies
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