One on One coaching is an on going relationship between client and coach in which detailed daily programs are written. Communication may include phone or video conversations, emails, and may include face to face meetings [for local athletes] and or training sessions from time to time. Details depend on the level of coaching plan selected. Flexible training means when life gets in the way or changes in schedule happen, training is re-written or adjusted to accommodate. The scope of my guidance includes some elements of holistic life coaching, diet, and strength and conditioning work. Training is written in the context of total physiological load, not solely in the domain of a load chart or with the solipsistic goal of increasing TSS.
The intent of the program is to teach and guide without attachment to a particular goal or outcome, other than the highest good of the athlete. In some cases, this has resulted in the athlete moving on to seek other coaching, or from the sport completely. I am not inherently “tribal” in my beliefs and I do not think that my prospective is the best or only way to success. This is perhaps an unpopular perspective in the world of coaching.
For details on pricing and scope of training, please click the link below for more information about the Team EF Coaching program. All ongoing client cycling coaching is through this system. If you are interested in working with me as your coach, go through the EF on boarding process and indicate that you are interested in working with me as a coach in the comments section.
Coaching consultations are available at a rate of $200/ hour billed in 15 minute increments.
Potential topics include: cycling coaching programming and philosophy, holistic cycling coaching, bicycle fitting. Consultations may encapsulate concepts such as diet and hydration, strength and conditioning, work – life – sport balance, alignment towards goals, and evolution of the athlete in sport.