Over the past few years I have been searching for the best approach to coaching athletes in our sport.  

1.  Small Team
One of the things I've realized is that I can't coach dozens of athletes. I like to be really involved with my athletes, searching to optimize nutrition, mindset, stress, recovery, hormones, strategy, etc. To do this, I only coach a small group of athletes.  

2.  In Person
I've realized a second thing, which is that remote coaching isn't as effective as face-to-face coaching. In the past, I've programmed for athletes and had them send me videos every week, but it doesn't match seeing them every day. Going forward I am only going to coach athletes that are willing to move to Boston to be one of my athletes.  

3.  The Right Fit
I have a particular approach to training. I expect a certain commitment and set of personal traits from my athletes. I am not the right coach for everyone. I like to make sure that the athletes I coach know what is expected, and that they will be a good fit for our team.

If you're interested in moving up and working with me I'd like for you to come for a 3-5 day visit to see if we'd be a good match.