Saturday, November 5, 2011

Introducing T2 Multisport



I've been a bit busy the past few months.  Way back in July, my coach, friend and mentor, Mary Eggers, gave me the stunning news that she was moving to a new coaching company. I was excited for her at the same time that I was scared for me.  I had decisions to make involving which direction I would go in terms of my own coach.  More on that to come soon, BUT an even bigger decision and opportunity was given to me by Mary. She asked me if I, with another coach, Kristen Roe, would be interested in keeping her baby, Train This, going. I talked about it with Kel, I prayed about it, I talked about it with Kristen, and after several months of getting things together and a lot of hard work, I am happy announce that Train This will be going forward as T2 Multisport.

The T2 Multisport coaching team consists of myself, Kristen Roe, and Ed Ten Eyck. We are also fortunate to have Jeremy Clay of Bike Loft East on board as our expert bike fitter.

I am currently accepting triathletes for the 2012 season, so if you are thinking about hiring a coach to help you achieve your goals next year, feel free to contact me at kelly@t2multisport.com.  Whether it is your very first triathlon you are training for, or a new distance, or shooting for a PR, I can help you get there with a focus on balance and health. You can also check out our coaching page on our website (that is still under construction...please bear with us!!), follow us on Twitter (@T2Multisport), and like us on Facebook.

Happy training!!

13 comments :

  1. That's so exciting!! Congrats :)

    I do have to say that Mary is amazing and you are one lucky gal!!

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  2. Aw, congratulations, Kelly! That's awesome. You've come such a long way.

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  3. Congratulations! What a great opportunity. You will do a great job!

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  4. That is so awesome! Good for you!! :)

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  5. YAY That sounds exciting!! :)

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  6. congrats, love your entrepreneurial spirit! Good luck in 2012!

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  7. Congratulations! That sounds so exciting! What all do you have to do to be a coach? I mean, do you have to buy insurance and stuff (my sister is a personal trainer - I remember her having to do a bunch of stuff before hand)?

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  8. How exciting for you! You have more energy than the energize bunny! Good luck in your new endeavor.

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  9. That is so exciting! Congrats!

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Woo-hoo!! I want to hear from you!

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