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Mission Statement

As your coach, my goal is to provide you with the very best personalized coaching based upon realistic, mutually set goals designed to maximize your fitness and race performance with the least amount of training.  

Coaching Philosophy:
You Are What You Think!

Many triathletes train too much and are always tired.  They are often times a “slave” to the training log and more concerned about quantity versus quality.  My training approach is “Less is Better” and I stress frequency of exercise over duration.  My training programs will eliminate the junk miles, allow you to train fewer hours, and help keep you mentally fresh and motivated.  You will be able to increase your speed and race performance while minimizing burnout and risk of injury. 
My goal is for you to have your very best season and still be hungry to train again next year.  Triathlon is a life style and I want you in it for the long haul.  How do we do that? By incorporating a comprehensive training plan that accounts for your strengths and weaknesses, both mental and physical.
I believe many  athletes create self imposed artificial barriers that impede them from reaching their fullest potential.  My job is to help you identify and minimize those obstacles and then design and implement a realistic training plan that focuses on your strengths.  You don’t know how good you can be!  I will constantly expect your very best effort in all you do.  I emphasize the “Champion’s Mentality” of training and racing.  Without the proper mind set you are handicapping your progress.  I can help you maximize your improvement. Together we can make a great team striving towards your fitness and racing goals!


Randy Scheid - Saturday, June 10, 2006
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When feeling badly during intervals, focus on technique and not your intensity. - Monday, November 7, 2011
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