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 SPEED LOGIC COACHING

The Coach Athlete relationship is at forefront of everything we do. We spend time getting to know you as an a person first and athlete second. Our holistic approach to training helps hone in on what specifically makes you tick. From optimizing your potential with your specific genetics, to identifying obstacles that get in the way of training and performance. 

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COACHING OPTIONS

Individual Coaching

 This is a fully encompassed individualized program developed to maximize your athletic potential. The athlete coach relationship is prioritized using all the best training methodologies to bring out your best.

Local Add-On

In addition to all the features of individual coaching, being local brings another level to the coach athlete relationship. Tailored with  individual sessions, group training and access to clinics.

Local Sessions

Speed logic offers a variety of options for local riders to advance their skills in tactics, sprinting and more. From clinics, to group training, to private rides, take advantage of the best.

SPORT OPTIONS

3 Easy Steps to Set up Coaching

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1

Schedule an initial coaching call. Click the schedule now button to set up a 30 minute free call. 

2

The initial call is to get to know you, as well as you getting to know your coach. Answer any questions and decide which program if any would be a good fit for you.

3

Once you make your decision to get started, you will get your payment and training software set up. This takes less than 24hrs.

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"Sarah coached me through my most challenging and rewarding race season, which culminated in winning the USAC Enduro National Championship and the IMBA National Enduro Series. She saw me through injuries while keeping my fitness and strength up throughout the season. Sarah was amazing at addressing the mental game of competition, which kept me from becoming my own worst enemy."

-Terri Watts, Elite National Champion


 

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