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Nick Kinsey - Triathlon Coach

NICK KINSLEY   Coaching: Triathlon Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue: Puerto Pollensa
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Summary

Nick Kinsey has over 24 years’ experience in Triathlon which makes him one of the sports pioneers within the UK.

He competed in his first triathlon in 1984 and has since completed over 20 Ironman events under 9 hours and finishes 3 Hawaii Ironman Championships.

Nick has also run the London Marathon.

He has represented GB and has a BSc (Econ)

Coaching

Nick’s training ethos is to provide the perfect environment, to achieve the correct training stress, followed by the best recovery, to maximise your body’s adaptation to the training load. Your workouts are structured using heart rate monitored training to maximise performance. Concentrating on smaller groups, you are offered more opportunities for 1-2-1 coaching and personal attention.

Paul Jones - Triathlon Coach

  Coaching: Triathlon Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue: F4L Triathlon Coaching
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  Twitter: Follow F4L Triathlon Coaching
   


Coaching qualifications:
British Triathlon Qualified Coach (Level 3)
Certified Biomechanics Coach (Level 2)
Sports Coach UK – Equity in your coaching, Protecting Children, Mentoring Sports Coaches
Running Sports – A club for all, Volunteer Management
SAQ Qualified Instructor
NVQ L2 in Exercise and Fitness
Amateur Swimming Association Club Coach Award

Coaching and relevant experience:
Head Coach of F4L Coaching
Coached extensively for Alnwick District Triathlon Club
Lead coach at Tweed Tri Club
Swim analysis for NE31 Tri Club
Has worked full time as a professional triathlon coach since 2009

Coached athletes to:
Overall male Winner of the Virgin Active London Sprint Triathlon 2011
2012 Qualifier for Hawaii Ironman
2012 Qualifier for World 70.3 Championships, Las Vegas
2011 Qualifier for World 70.3 Championships, Las Vegas
European Standard Distance Age Group Champion (Carlsbad 2005)
TWO European Sprint Distance Age Group Medallists 2011
TWO World Age Group Duathlon Championship Qualifiers 2013
2011 Marbella Middle Distance Triathlon 3rd Female Overall
2011 Mallorca 70.3 8th Female Overall (4th in age group)
2011 Outlaw Triathlon 8th Overall
2011 Ironman Austria age-group finisher
2011 Ironman France age-group finisher
2010 World Age Group Championship Qualifiers (Standard / Sprint / 70.3 Distance)
2010 Lisbon Triathlon 5th overall

Professional Triathlon Coach Paul has been coaching triathletes for over six years. During that time he has coached athletes to international success.

“Triathlon is a passion, a lifestyle but every individual is different. What works for one athlete really won’t work for another. Triathlon Coaching is a relationship – it has to go two ways, there has to be communication, the athlete has to feedback. I commit myself 100% to my athletes… but I expect that back too.”

Paul has coached and trained athletes who have qualified for the Hawaii Ironman, qualified for the 70.3 World Championships, won World Age Group Medals and won European Age Group Medals. Lets not forget to mention the countless Personal achievements by individuals who have got the best out of themselves.

As a triathlete Paul has competed in Triathlon for many years locally and still competes today, although mainly to keep fit. Highlights in Triathlon competition have been competing for Great Britain at World and European Age Group Level on several occassions. Prior to taking up Triathlon Paul competed nationally in swimming with swimming personal bests of 56.26 for 100m Freestyle, 1:58.91 for 200m Freestyle and 4:03 for 400m Freestyle.

He is a British Triathlon Level 3 Coach. Using a individualised method of programming as lead triathlon coach of F4L Triathlon Coaching, Paul will personally oversee each triathlon training program, which in turn will be based around key events and peaks to ensure optimum performance for the athlete at the right time.

“Triathlon is a passion, a lifestyle but every individual is different. What works for one athlete really won’t work for another. Triathlon Coaching is a relationship – it has to go two ways, there has to be communication, the athlete has to feedback. I commit myself 100% to my athletes… but I expect that back too.”

Currently based in the North East of England where the weather is usually dull and wet but emmigrating to Perth, Western Australia in July 2013 where it is not!

Favourite quote: “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.” (Mark Twain)

 

 

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Submitted By Joanne
July 9th, 2020
10 Celsius & 70km/h wind in Geneva - makes one want to go to some sunny, warm place... Escape to South Africa for some cycling & running with Annchen Clarke (Kona World Championships finisher) and Bram Peereboom(MTB champ) - these two make the most amazing training camps! Top-notch coaching, assured security (in SA!) and a lot of extra attention: sharing with us a bit of their South African dolce vita (wine, wine and more wine!) <3 Dankie Annchen & Bram

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Submitted By Gillian
July 1st, 2020
This was a positive experience for Kate. She returned to the car with a big smile on her face. She felt like she learned more than what was on the agenda for the clinic and enjoyed that facilitators were able to personalize the experience for her while she was there. I got an earful about the experience on the way home and to be honest I didn’t understand much of it and just nodded my head like I totally got it. But she was happy.

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Submitted By Gillian
July 1st, 2020
It was a great way for my swimmer to engage with a coach. Our team has been pretty distant during this experience due to furloughs and it was great for her to engage with a coach.

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Submitted By Andrew
July 1st, 2020
This clinic offers easily understandable techniques and fun drills to help you improve on your stroke. The instructors were all very helpful and understandable when teaching a drill or part of the stroke. The flip turn drills have probably helped me the most!

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Submitted By Mary
July 1st, 2020
In-depth and individual instruction from championship swimmers! Your swimmer will gain confidence and experience while participating in a fun-filled curriculum. Do not wait…these clinics are worth twice the price!! During the butterfly instruction, the direction to more fully engage his core brought immediate results to his swimming. In the breaststroke instruction, the narrow kick drill was productive in improving his overall breaststroke performance. Keep up the great work. These kids really gain from interacting with competitive swimmers outside their normal routine.
	
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