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Born and raised in Washington DC. Lj was brought up to be a competitor who strives for excellence in all endeavors. Lj is well-traveled, most recently selected by Shimano for the ... moreNorth American Dealer tour in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Lj holds 2 degrees in Business and English from Greensboro College in North Carolina.
With 20 plus years in the cycling industry, Lj has held Sales Management and Director of Education positions at both the retail and corporate levels. He has also held International Sales and Global Sales positions with three different cycling industry vendors. Lj has been published in Bicycle Retailer, Bike Magazine and Mountain Bike Magazine.
Lj has a natural gift for fitting cyclists. He is able to produce a synergistic relationship between the rider and their bicycle. His ultimate goal is for the rider to produce more power with less effort by increasing comfort and efficiency. He carries certifications from four bicycle fitting schools as well as a certification from the Barnett Bicycle Institute. He is an educator who inspires and empowers. Lj competes at both road and cyclocross disciplines and races mountain bikes in the Pro/Cat 1 category.
He understands the meaning of hard work and how powerful it is to help others. He brings a great deal of experience from every angle of the industry.
Coach Casey Casey Arendt is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Coach, olympic- and half-ironman-distance triathlete, time trial cyclist and life-long swim specialist. Her experience ... morein triathlon, knowledge of metabolism and nutrition, data-driven approach to training planning and assessment, and passion for motivating others to meet their fitness and race goals make her an excellent ally for triathletes and other endurance athletes seeking to train systematically and with purpose. She has been coaching triathletes since 2009. Currently she coaches advanced athletes with Austin Y-Tri and serves as a swim coach for Capitol of Texas Team Survivor and Sisters Tri-ing in addition to her GTDC coaching duties.
Strength, Suspension Yoga, Plant Based Nutrition
Personal, Pair, Group
With over 27 years in the fitness industry, Coach Erin Truslow knows endurance sports! Whether you are a beginner looking to cross your first finish line or an elite endurance multisport ... moreathlete, Erin can design a goal driven program that fits your needs and lifestyle.
Erin is the dedicated coach of dozens of triathletes from super sprint to Ironman in the US and globally. Certified by USA Triathlon and USA Cycling, a Training Peaks Level 2 Coach, an American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer, and a Primal 7 Coach.
Erin is a competitive Age Group triathlete, 2013 USAT All American, the 2013 Overall Female winner of the Texas Tri Series and she has dozens of Age Group wins. Most recently she qualified for the Boston Marathon 2017.
As the author of the ebook Treadmill Workouts and former designer/owner of multiple gyms, Erin has the tools to help you meet your goals.
Shane graduated from Texas State University where he received his B.S. in Nutrition. He actively researched and worked in various fields of nutrition including geriatric, infant, teen, ... morecommunity, food service, medical, holistic, and sports. Shane now focuses solely on growing his passion for sports nutrition. He specializes in endurance sports and is dedicated to making his clients goals come to fruition through research-based nutrition.
After my 2014 season of racing I retired from 'serious' racing. I have transitioned my efforts into coaching triathletes. I will continue to stay active and try to inspire adults and ... morekids alike to chase their athletic goals. Amy was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in December 2014. My primary focus will be her treatment and recovery. Please continue to check our site for coaching updates as well as updates on Amy's progress.
My last few seasons were my most successful. Under the coaching of Paulo Sousa I transitioned from an athlete who floated around 10th place to a professional triathlete who was regularly in the top-5. Though I never won a high profile event, I had several close 2nd place finishes. I won the swim at the Ironman World championships in 2013 and went on to finish 22nd in the pro field. In 2014 I placed 2nd at Ironman Wisconsin with a time that was under the previous course record...obviously 1st place also broke and subsequently holds the course record. Beginning with Ironman Cozumel in November 2011, I won the swim in every Ironman distance race that I entered.
My first triathlon was in 1988, and since then triathlons have been my passion. I have raced every distance from Ironkids to Ironman. While in high school, in addition to running and swimming, I represented the U.S. at the 1992 Triathlon World Championships in Muskoka, Canada. Shortly after transitioning from being a high school swimmer and cross country runner, I turned to triathlons and won my first of many Texas State Triathlon championship in 1993. As an age grouper, I represented the USA at 3 ITU Triathlon World Championship events and qualified for more. After finishing 2nd overall at the USA Triathlon National Amateur Championships in 2003, I began racing as a professional and have competed on 6 of the continents…and am waiting on the Antarctica triathlon!!
Yoga is an essential part of any athletic training program. Learning about the breath and effective stretching techniques will only enhance your athletic endeavors. Julie Westervelt ... moreloves sharing the practice of yoga with athletes. Julie works at both ends of the yoga spectrum...a strong, fiery Yoga for Athletes and Deeply Restorative offerings. She has been sharing yoga in the gym or private setting for 6 years. Yoga is her deep passion and she feels that it is a necessary component of any full-spectrum training plan for injury prevention and self-knowledge.
Clair Melton has been a personal trainer in Austin since 1997 and has taught mountain bike and trail running classes since 1998. Over the years, she has added certifications to lead ... moreyoga and fitness classes, as well as USA Cycling coaching licenses for mountain biking and cyclocross.
She has the knowledge and experience to help you achieve performance goals in various sports. But she also is skilled in helping non-athletes gain strength, balance, coordination, alignment and fitness.
If you are looking looking for an exceptional massage experience from a skilled practioner who is passionate about his craft... look no further.... more
Kwesi is a Physical Therapist and Licensed Massage Therapist. He has been practicing massage since 2009; specializing in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point work. His passion for fitness, health and wellness led him to pursue a license as a massage therapist while completing his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Wellness from Bastyr Univeristy (near Seattle). After practicing as a massage therapist for some time, his further interest in health and facilitating healing drove him to seek a doctorate degree in physical therapy; which he completed in 2016 at the University of St. Augustine (in Austin).
He now brings his years of massage therapy experience coupled with his knowledge of physical therapy to you; offering mobile massage services, in-home, at venues and at your business.
Contact Kwesi today for an appointment to relieve your stress, tension and facilitate your recovery from sport, injury or the activities of daily life!
Meredith Terranova has been helping her clients reach their nutritional goals since 2004. Through Meredith's guidance, her clients have reached goals ranging from losing weight to ... morecompleting Ironman triathlons with the right nutritional strategy.
Eating healthy and preparing healthy meals at home has been a part of Meredith's lifestyle for many years. Her passion to share this lifestyle strengthened after taking food science and culinary classes as part of her nutrition degree at University of Houston. Meredith received her Bachelors in Human Nutrition and Consumer Science from the University of Houston in 1997, followed by her Internship from UH in 1998.
As an ultra-distance runner and swimmer, a healthy lifestyle has become even more important. By living what she teaches, she has experienced a huge impact on training, performance, and recovery. This is evident as she continues to see success at every distance from an Ultraman to a 100 mile run in the mountains.
Meredith is involved in the local athletic community giving free seminars for Team in Training, Colin's Hope, and supportng the Got Guts 5K. Additionally, she works with local companies on wellness programs to support a healthy nutrition lifestyle and long-term wellness.
Whether your goals are learning to eat healthy, lose weight, or manage your training nutrition, Meredith looks forward to sharing her expertise to help her clients achieve healthy nutritional living.
Amy Culp, RD, CSSD, LD is a skilled nutrition expert with a passion for promoting nutrition and wellness. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and is Board Certified in Sports ... moreDietetics. Amy specializes in sports nutrition, eating disorders and weight management. Amy and her husband Yancy (a certified personal trainer) own sCULPture Nutrition & Fitness, LLC in Austin, TX. Amy is a partner in sCULPture, having accepted the position of sports dietitian Dietitian with the University of Texas. In addition, she is a nutrition consultant and dynamic speaker for large and small companies nationwide.
Armed with her wealth of nutrition knowledge, public speaking abilities, and true passion for healthy living, Amy feels she is doing her life’s work when she educates the public on strategies of living a healthy lifestyle. She particularly enjoys utilizing a non-diet approach to help clients make peace with food and assisting athletes in getting an edge on the competition through proper fueling techniques.
Amy earned her Bachelor of Science with Distinction in Food and Nutrition form San Diego State University, and completed her clinical training at the highly competitive and challenging VA San Diego Healthcare System. While at SDSU, Amy exhibited outstanding leadership abilities as President of the Student Nutrition Organization, was awarded with scholarships and was chosen as the Outstanding California Dietetic Student of the Year for the State of California by the American Dietetic Association. Prior to starting her private practice, Amy worked in nutrition communications on a healthy dining guide, educated the general public as a nutrition education consultant, and worked with the students of the University of Texas to improve their nutrition and wellness.
Amy is an active member of the American, Texas, and Austin dietetic associations, the Sports, Cardiovascular & Wellness Dietetic Practice Group, Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association, Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic Practice Group, and Austin Eating Disorders Specialists. In her free time, Amy enjoys cooking, being physically active (especially running, cycling, and in sCULPture Boot Camps!), relaxing with her family, and eating chocolate (in moderation)!
Certified Personal Trainer, Boot Camp, Sports Performance, and Obstacle Course Racing Coach Yancy Culp, an ACE (American Council on Exercise) Certified Personal Trainer, is dedicated ... moreto empowering clients to fuel their bodies and minds with fitness, in and around the Austin area as well as programming for athletes all over the country. He works with clients of all fitness levels in private, small group, and large group sessions. No matter what your goals or level of fitness, Yancy leaves no one unchallenged and no one left behind.. Yancy is a Spartan SGX Certified Coach & SPARQ certified Combine Instructor.
If you are looking to improve your level of fitness, health, and lifestyle through exercise, Yancy has programs designed for you. He specializes in utilizing a wide variety of exercise methods and teaching clients how to enjoy exercise and the wonderful rewards that come from a consistent program. Yancy has an online training program and provides programming for numerous elite Obstacle Course Race (OCR) athletes from all over the country and he also coaches OCR training locally in Cedar Park. Yancy has provided Sports Performance Training for the Cedar Park Timberwolves Football Team and other team sports for seven years.
Yancy’s passion for fitness began in high school, where he actively participated in football, track & field, power lifting, and cross country. Yancy was a four-year letterman in Track & Field and state medalist at the Texas State Track Meet, three-year letterman and two-way starter on the football field, competed in the State Cross Country Meet, and was a Texoma Powerlifting Champion his senior year of high school.
Yancy competed at the collegiate level in cross country and track & field at the University of North Texas. He then enlisted in the US Navy and his passion for physical fitness continued as he trained fellow service members during preparation for physical readiness tests.
After leaving the Navy, Yancy played one season of Semi-Professional Football for the San Diego North County Cheetahs.
Currently Yancy is an elite Obstacle Course Racing athlete who races all over the country and has numerous podium and top 10 finishes. On the extreme (some would call crazy) side of fitness, in 2013 he completed a 72 hour Spartan Death Race, he’s won Joe Decker’s 12 hour event called “The Suck” in 2013 & 2014, and he’s a 3 time Spartan Ultra Beast finisher. At 42 years of age he competes in Track & Field at the Masters level. He has great range and is competitive in all distances between 100m – 5K.
Cycling, Running, Triathlon
CHRIS TORIGGINO, HEAD COACH Chris is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Coach, a USA Cycling Level 3 Certified Coach, an IRONMAN Certified Coach and an accomplished triathlete with ... morealmost 30 years of racing experience. He has competed at all distances of triathlon as both a pro and a top level amateur. He continues racing today, but finds ultimate enjoyment in coaching others.
While pursuing his undergraduate degree at The University of Texas in Austin, Chris served as a charter member of Austin Triathletes and the Texas Triathletes. In 1989, he was the Texas State Triathlon Champion and 3rd at the World's Toughest Triathlon which served as the National Ultra-Distance Championship. After graduating, Chris continued to pursue triathlon and was a top ranked triathlete in the South-Midwest Region for many years. In recent years, Chris has focused primarily on Ironman distance triathlons, winning his age group at Ironman Kentucky and qualifying for and competing at the Ironman World Championships in Kona twice. Chris returned to his ironman distance roots by completing the inaugural Ironman Lake Tahoe in 2013.
Today, Chris is the head coach and brains behind Athlete Architecture, a science based approach to individualized endurance training. He along with exercise physiologist, Bennett Fallow, design custom training plans and individualized coaching for athletes of all ability levels. They take a unique approach which encompasses science, lifestyle, nutrition, and functional testing to provide the most effective and efficient training possible.
Chris understands his athletes lead fulfilled lives outside of endurance training. His athletes excel competitively while maintaining a healthy balance between family, work, and social demands. Whether you are a triathlete, pure cyclist, or beginner 5K runner, Athlete Architecture can help you reach your athletic goals.
Strength, Swimming, Triathlon
Director of Strength and Conditioning Dan Jackson has been in the fitness industry for over 4 years, spending time working with Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the University ... moreof Texas Men’s Basketball, Todd Wright, and various other collegiate coaches around the country. His experiences have granted him a unique insight into how the body interacts in a three-dimensional environment, allowing him to create and restore functional movement for his clients. With this knowledge, Dan has trained athletes competing at a National level and has helped them carry their success into their college careers as scholarship athletes for schools such as the University of Texas at Austin and Arizona State University. As a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) along with a background as a competitive swimmer for the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, where he also received a B.S. in Exercise Science, Dan understands what it takes to learn, train and perform at a high level. You will find Dan at Austin Aquatics and Sports Academy, encouraging every individual that steps foot in the facility to make every second of training count in order create a sense of confidence and purpose.
My simplified training philosophy: 1. Balance - Your body absorbs stress, rests, and recovers. Think of it on the shortest of cycles in your life, your day. You wake, get started, ... moredo what you do, relax, and sleep. Every day, pretty much. Start messing with the formula and you end up paying for it somewhere. Maybe not tomorrow, not next week, but it will catch up. I try to balance the stress that your training has on you with your other life, the life of school/work, social, and free time. Everyone handles stress differently and can handle a different amount.
2. Specificity - A specific sport requires specific training. If you want overall body health, we can incorporate workouts to acheive that. If you want to be at your best for this summer's 40k time trial, well we need to be specific to that. Being specific in our training also helps us be more efficient with your time, getting the most benefit with each mile. You get to spend more of your busy life doing what you want (or need) to do.
3. Enjoyment - What's the point if this whole thing isn't enjoyable? Yes, some days when it's cold and you're lazy maybe you need a kick in the pants to get out the door. Finding what works for you is why I'm here with you. To find how you enjoy training, will keep you out there longer, going longer, and have more fun doing it.
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