After training with, being coached by, travelling alongside and competing in the same Ironman (Italy 2018), I can’t praise Leszek highly enough for his knowledge of coaching and competing in the triathlon.
Thank you for a fantastic session tonight – my legs definitely know they’ve been working!! Even after that one session, my running technique was so much smoother. I never really had a ‘technique’ before now but you gave me lots of very simple, easy to adopt tips. Using my arms better (behind) was definitely useful […]
I had the pleasure to train alongside Leszek for my first Ironman. Leszek has a genuine interest in the sport, in getting people involved and succeeding. I benefitted from his enthusiasm and breadth of knowledge and experience. Triathlons are much more than swimming, cycling and running, and although like most sports, there is an element […]
Extreme Triathlon Training Plan Leszek has set me up with a simple but effective programme involving the development of technique at the start and then gradually building weight as we go on. My basic programme involves foam rolling at the start of any session and then a mixture of body weight and weighted exercises and […]
The City to Summit was my first endurance event and I got in touch with Leszek only 4 months before the challenge.
Bruce Wilson on his strength training journey and the Norseman Triathlon Adventure A little bit of history At the end of the 2017 tri season, I was ready to take a good few years off from long distance triathlon. I’d done my First Ironman in Nice 2016, completed Celtman Extreme Triathlon 2017 with a 17 […]
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I’m looking for words to describe this annoying feeling, this strange sense of underachievement, of not getting what I have planned, of not doing I was expecting myself being able to. It sits right under my skin, scratching, boiling, it can bubble out any moment. Was my expectation too high? What did I do wrong? Was that the fueling mistake? Was that the heat? […]
If I had magic powers and I could see into the future difficulties, I would never embark on a journey to become a triathlon organiser. And the Duke Triathlon would only be a cool idea, floating freely in my and Rich’s heads. But I don’t believe in magic, and I cannot see the future, so… […]