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Contact: Achi11e5@yahoo.com

 SatoriFlow Coaching

 – a simple and sustainable way to a happy and fit you.

Kevin has been coaching for over 20 years and competing in triathlons for 12 years.  He has now been a professional triathlete for 10 years, racing in over 200 events in everything from sprint to Ironman events.  He swam in college specializing in the 400 IM while being a member of the four time NCAA II National Championships Swimming team, Oakland University where he was also an Academic All American and on the Dean’s List.

Kevin loves to coach and has had the pleasure of working with every age group and ability. Growing the endurance community is his focus.

Coaching is the key to unlocking the potential of the athlete and capitalizing on it. It has been described as: “convincing the willing to accept the unwanted and to achieve the unattainable and the unknown” The coach does not always need to impart knowledge, advice, or even wisdom. What he or she must do is speak and act, in such a way that others learn and perform at their best. They convert involvement into commitment.

Coaching is all about helping others to identify and define their specific goals, and then organize themselves to attain these goals. It is managing all facets of the program, both creative and scientific. Coaching deals with building an individual’s personal skills: setting the goals, communication, management style, decision making and problem solving. It is based on the concept that individuals learn most from the everyday application of skills and by trying things out in practice.

Coaches draw upon an athlete’s own inner knowledge, resources and creativity to help him or her be more effective.

We want you to be Glowing and Flowing…

Join the discussion and look for updates on coaching at this professional triathlete/coaching Facebook page.

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