USA Triathlon Level 1, Complete Human Performance Hybrid Coach, USA Cycling, USA Track and Field, Russian Kettlebell Certified Trainer
Mike Fecik, USA Triathlon, Cycling, and Track and Field certified coach has been coaching for over 6 years. He swam competitively in college and then transitioned to racing triathlons. He found good form at an early stage in his career and decided that he needed to help others train and race. He has a keen sense of how to help someone reach his or her full potential. Mike uses traditional and innovative training methods along with an emphasis in strength and hybrid athlete training to help push each client to a new level of performance and achievement.
Mike has raced all over the United States including racing Ironman Lake Placid, Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Escape From Alcatraz, Savageman Triathlon and USAT Nationals. He uses his knowledge and real world experience to help others to achieve and exceed their own goals in the gym and while racing.
USA Triathlon Level 1,
Jon has been a triathlete for over 10 years and he lives and breathes the sport. When he began his athletic journey, Jon thought that living as an athlete meant getting in big workouts and competing a few times a year. Now that he has participated in over 60 triathlons, trained for over 30 hours in a week, and completed the Ironman World Championship, he’s realized that it is much more than that. Living as an athlete is a life approach. It requires a relentless awareness of your body, mind, and environment. It requires an unwavering desire to live and adapt, rest and grow.
He’s presently racing as a professional triathlete.
In addition to training, Jon is a full time USA triathlon certified coach and enjoys it tremendously. “There’s nothing quite like seeing the individuals I coach grow as athletes and human beings” says Jon. He has a BS in Heath Science Studies–with a focus in exercise physiology and the aging process—from Quinnipiac University. This foundation allows him to educate athletes about themselves from an acute, biological point of view, helping to prevent sickness and injury. It has also equipped him to coach older athletes who are battling age specific challenges such as sarcopenia, or the natural deterioration of the muscles due to aging.