By Coach Jana I can safely say that I wouldn’t be the cyclist I am today without a power meter. Power meter is a single one piece of equipment that you can see indoors AND outdoors that will change your cycling forever IF USED PROPERLY. My first experience with power was after I was in […]
I have been involved in endurance sports for 8 years. I started running 30 minutes, a few times a week, in an effort to lose the 100 extra pounds I had put on and to get healthier for the upcoming birth of my child. A year later, 100+ pounds lighter, and I was running my […]
Patricia grew up in Northwest Wisconsin where she was a gymnast, played basketball and attained her purple belt in Taekwondo. She moved to Boston in 2002, where she gained an interest in running after volunteering at the Boston Marathon, running dozens of shorter events and half marathons before finishing her first full marathon in 2007.
Brett has been an avid athlete throughout his entire life participating in most sports including cross country, track and field, soccer, and rugby at club level.
He started triathlons back in 2005 completing his first Sprint triathlon with the swim in the Boston Harbor. Since then, he has completed multiple Ironman events, Half Ironmans, Marathons and countless shorter distance races.
With extensive experience in competing in Endurance events, he brings a wealth of information and game day experience to the coaching group at E3. He works fulltime for a software company, married and has 2 daughters, which enables him to bring the common dilemma of balancing work, life and athletic goals into perspective.
“My mission as a coach is to help every athlete to achieve their very individual atheltic dreams. I want to teach, mentor, inspire, nurture, guide, motivate & bring out the very best in you. Your goals are my goals and what drives our path to success. The journey is a process of hard work and self-discovery but I commit to help you become the best athlete you are capable of being”