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Welcome To UCANDOIT
Coaching Group LLC

At UCANDOIT our coaching philosophy is to help you get the most out of your available training time. We believe that every workout counts and that your time is precious. Our coaches combine the most current research and triathlon training techniques with proven race strategies to help our athletes reach their goals.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced triathlete, UCANDOIT Coaching can help you with sound training plans that fit in with your life and your current physical fitness. If you are a beginner and you want to shorten the learning curve of triathlon, UCANDOIT will be there to help you every step of the way.

Not only will we get you to the starting line loving the sport, we will find the athlete in you. If you are an experienced athlete and you take training and competition as seriously as we do, our personalized services will assist you in reaching your full potential.

2017 Endurance Coaching Summit Notes

In other words - what I learned at summer camp!  On August 5 & 6 I attended the Training Peaks Endurance Coaching Summit in Boulder, CO.  Here are the key takeaways from the speakers who presented at this summit. Keynote Speaker:  Dave Scott His perspective on coaching, training, and racing:  We rely too much on technology, and not enough on feel.  Especially at races.  There is a time and a place for it, but when racing you have to be...

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Doing it Wrong to Feel What’s Right

A few  month’s ago I was reading a book by Anat Baniel (“Move into Life”), and she wrote something that resonated with me:  You sometimes need to do something wrong before you know when it’s right.  After reading this I […]

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Stress + Rest = Growth

It’s really easy for us to understand how important it is to work hard to achieve our goals, whether it’s for sport or work.  We seem to understand that it’s ok to kick back from work at times so that […]

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Time on the Legs

During these dog days of summer it is important that you remember that whenever you run or ride outside, that it’s all about the time on the legs, and keeping the heart rate under control. It’s not about the speed. […]

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Make it amazing!!!!

Ironvirgins Sierra Huber and Donna German at Ironman Chattanooga 140.6

Ironman 70.3 Augusta - Adrianna Anderson and Cathy Friedel

Powerman Michigan (long course duathlon) Diane Vilimek

Westchester Olympic - Mark Kaufman

Giant Acorn Olympic - Kristin Swift and Chris Vaughan

Giant Acorn Sprint - Teresa Berra, Margaret Krick and Joanna Schmickel
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Nice work!!!

Liz Carroll - 27th at ITU Worlds in Rotterdam (and a 57’ 10k!)

Adriana Anderson - 2nd Overall Woman at Revenge of the Penguins 20 miler in 2:42

Drew Holton - 1st AG at 2450 Half Ironman (Boulder) in 4:43

Tom Cook - 10’ PR at Atlantic City 70.3 in 5:12, plus a half marathon PR

Nick Husson - 13th AG at Atlantic City 70.3, PR in 4:48

Anna Necheles - half marathon finisher!
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RACE RESULTS OF
ALL ATHLETES

  • June Races
  • Rock Hall International
    Chris Vaughan 3rd AG (30" PR)
    Elizabeth Carroll 2nd in AG
  • Conquer the Cove 25k
    Kate Moga 2nd AG and PR
  • Raleigh 70.3
    Steven Albert PR (6:55)
    Rose Hall Hoyle at 6:25
  • Buffalo Oly Tri
    Veronica Bondi 1st in AG
  • DK 100 Miler
    Drew Holton 1st Male overall
  • Naylors Beach Sprint
    Nick Husson (1:11) 3rd overall
    Sierra Huber(1:30) 1st AG
  • Victoria 70.3
    Drew Holton in 4:50 for 14th ag
  • Boulder 70.3
    Abby Sanford in 5:26 (PR) and 9th AG
  • Eagleman 70.3
    Brielle Lizmi, 5:14 and 9th AG
    Donna German 6:47
    Christopher Stock , 4:18, 1st Amateur!!
    Liz Schieber, 5:55
    Debi Weber Bernardes, 6:23
  • Jamestown Oly
    Brian Quintana, 2nd AG and 2:18
  • Sprint Tri in NC
    Rose Hoyle in 1:27
    Andrew McKechnie in 5:56
  • Pride 5k
    Sharon Jessup 30" PR
  • 2k Lake Anna Swim
    Ciara Graves 1st AG!