Coaching Philosophy

Our approach to coaching is simple and honest. We design our programs based on your current level of fitness, your goals and your needs.
Using a variety of assessment tools we gain an accurate measure to determine your starting point, health challenges, preferred activities and personal goals. Then we design a personalized plan for your success.
And finally we offer training and support to help keep you motivated and on track.

Focus Areas

  • Health: No matter where you start, your health is most important. If you are starting an exercise program your goals may include reduced blood pressure, improved mobility or healthier body composition.
  • Fitness: Here is where you take it to the next level. Increased frequency and duration of exercise will significantly improve your quality of life. Goals might include walking in your first 5k, hike a local trail, or begin competing in a sport.
  • Sport: Ready to set a PR? By committing to regular, periodized training, based on your goals, anything is possible. With proper coaching you will learn what to do when, and how to fit it all into your busy life.

Featured Posts

What I learned from doing the 21 day fix

Introducing the 21 Day Fix!! Simple Fitness. Simple Eating. Fast Results. Now there’s an easy-to-follow nutrition and fitness program that makes losing weight so simple, you can see results fast—up to 15 pounds in just 21 days! 21 Day Fix takes all the guesswork out of weight loss. There’s no counting, no guessing, and no wondering. […]

Fall Fitness with PiYo

PiYo, my post race season program. When PiYo came out in 2014 I KNEW it would be the program that helped me as an athlete during my fall and winter season. I am inflexible and rarely take time to build core strength during the summer months when I am racing,I like to focus on PiYo in the […]

t2coaching: “Sneak Peak” into C.O.A.C.H.E.S on Mission

I’d like to invite you to take a look at what I do as a Coach. This is for you because you love health and fitness and want to share that gift with others. This isn’t for you if you are just not that into helping people. I’ve had so many people ask me “What in […]

t2coaching: Things that affect your metabolism

There are many factors that can cause fat gain. Below are a few to consider: Your Metabolism Metabolism is a process in the body that converts food into energy. When your metabolism is not operating properly, it can get in the way of your body burning calories as efficiently as it could. This can result […]

t2coaching: Anticipating how your Sprint Distance will go? Top Questions Answered

I remember my first triathlon like it was yesterday. Read more here. I was grateful I could ask my mom many of the questions I get now from first time triathletes. A lot has changed since my first race 24 years ago. Below are F.A.Q based on a sprint distance triathlon, 1/4-1/2 mile swim, 10-15 […]

Fort Collins Youth Triathlon

The 14th Annual Fort Collins Club Kids Triathlon was held Sunday August 30th, 2015. This is an untimed event for anyone ages 4-12 years old who can reasonably and safely negotiate the distances! Distances/Age Groups: AGE: SWIM: BIKE: RUN: 4-6 25 meters: 1km: 200 meters 7-8 50 meters: 2km: 400 meters 9-10 100 meters: 4km: […]


This has been one hell of a year – a lot of lows and a lot of highs. I have one heck of an amazing coach, thank you for dealing with ALL the lows Wendy! Stoked for next year with where I have come physically and mentally this year! The one thing I wanted this […]


So it was my choice of what I did this week and my legs are on fire from hiking Wednesday bc going down the mtn was like one legged squats. So of course who wouldn’t then sign up for a race at 3pm the day before the race barely being able to sit down? Thank […]

Oktoberfest Sprint triathlon

The Oktobest Fest triathlon was my first sprint distance TRI since 2008. I spoke with Lance, without limits RD, the week before the event. He told me about the super hero customs from past years and asked me if I was gonna wear one. Of course I did not want to disappoint. This was the […]