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Knowledge. Performance. Experience.

Triathlon Coach in San Antonio, Texas


Training someone for a first 5k run, an athlete in Singapore, or a doctor in Iraq for an Ironman on return – all coaching challenges accepted!

Athlete Training Services


Triathlon Coaching

Our triathlon coaching program is designed for athletes of all levels, from beginners to seasoned competitors. We work with you to develop a customized training plan that fits your goals, schedule, and fitness level. Bob will guide you through all aspects of triathlon training, including swim, bike, run, transition, and race-day preparation. We also provide ongoing support and feedback to ensure you stay on track and achieve your desired results. Whether you're aiming for your first triathlon or you're a seasoned veteran looking to improve your performance, we can help you reach your full potential.

Ironman Coaching

Our ironman coaching program is designed for athletes who are looking to take on the ultimate challenge of an Ironman triathlon. Bob will work with you to develop a personalized training plan that takes into account your strengths, weaknesses, and goals. We'll help you build endurance, strength, and speed, while also focusing on nutrition, hydration, and recovery. Our program includes weekly training plans, regular check-ins, and race-day preparation to ensure you're ready to tackle the grueling Ironman distance. Whether you're a first-time Ironman competitor or you're looking to improve your previous time, Bob will help you achieve your goals and cross the finish line with confidence.​​

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“You were absolutely right – I am not the same person I was at the start line. It’s hard to describe, but becoming an IRONMAN was  definitely life changing. Thank you for all your help, guidance, and mentorship in getting me there ! … I could not have made it

across the finish line without your coaching. You are an exceptional coach, and I really enjoyed working with you.”

"Bob has an incredible positive attitude, and he is able to not only provide the technical advice and coaching an athlete needs, but also supply the much-needed confidence boost for an athlete to believe in himself and see his/her goals come to pass. He coached me from a middle-of-the-pack age group athlete to placing in the top 10 several times at USAT national championships and qualifying for Team USA at world's. Bob helped me develop a quality vs. quantity approach that fit my busy life schedule and kept me injury-free, allowing me to qualify for and run Boston twice."

“I would not have achieved so much in so little time without the support and guidance of such a wonderful coach. Bob’s effectiveness of coaching brought me to the top of the podium on several occasions. His patience, communication skills, motivation & enthusiasm made the experience one I will always cherish.”



On the link for “clothing” above are photos and prices for locally made item that I have in inventory.


ALSO LISTED is a link for info on ordering, delivery dates, costs, sizes, etc. for my AWESOME CLOTHING by Epix Performance Apparel – the clothing is of exceptional quality, with an eye-catching design and very comfortable!

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10 Audiovisual Files Available to Access and Watch - Free!

The sessions are about an hour long -- chock full of concise, usable information to help make you train smarter and improve performance. They aren’t “Hollywood quality” productions, but certainly contain facts and hints that will make training and racing more successful. Check out the topics and access the videos on the Videos link above or click here.

Free Quarterly Sessions for Reviewing & Revising your Training and Racing Season Are Coming!

At 3-month intervals during the year, I'll offer free Zoom sessions to do a Q andA hour for attendees to ask me and each other questions about nutrition, plans, workouts, races, etc. Follow this site or my Facebook page for dates and details. 


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  • How detailed and comprehensive should a training plan be?
    A generic, general plan provides less direction and specific information. A more comprehensive plan addresses all aspects of a plan and better prepares the athlete for performance. A detailed plan covers all the important aspects of training, while a less specific plan will gloss over or ignore critical training portions.
  • How long should I train for a triathlon or other event?
    The length of time to train for a race depends on your fitness level and the event's distance. The lower your experience and fitness level, the more time you will need for improvement. The further away in time the race is, the more time you’ll have to train. And the longer the event distance is, the more important the quality and quantity of training becomes.
  • What are the pros and cons of having a coach?
    A coach can guide an athlete’s training to maximize improved performance and progress toward an athlete's goal or race. His/her expertise and experience in coaching can negate potential injury and wavering motivation, keeping the athlete healthy, on track, and not wasting time or energy. The obvious drawback of a coach is the cost involved; again, you need to determine if the cost is worth the benefit – with the right coach the cost is worth it.
  • How do I know if a coach is the right “fit” for me?
    Interviewing a coach and finding out their organization and interpersonal skills is the first step – a discussion on what the athlete wants to accomplish vs how the coach feels that can be attained will lay the groundwork for a clear dialogue – understanding of each other’s objectives should complement the written plan. Generalizing, some athletes will definitely benefit from a coach’s expertise; other athletes cannot handle direction and plan regimentation.
  • How can I research and get info on a reputable coach?
    Check internet resources for coaches in your sport, i.e. USA Triathlon. Do searches for coaching websites to see the focus. Another resource is local athletes – with those with coaches, talk to them about their coaches. But do your homework – check around and see what info is available to start zeroing in on a possible athlete/coach relationship.

Thanks for visiting! My philosophy for developing this website was the same that I try to reflect in my triathlon coaching: educate, encourage and entertain. My hope is to make this site "sticky", meaning to get folks interested in coming back again and recommending it to others. Sound good? Read on!

The site is easy on the eyes, should not waste your time, and surely contains some info that will interest you. Suggestions for improvement are always welcome. So good or bad, please send an email and let me know your thoughts.

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