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Sarah Kelly

Director of Endurance Coaching

STRENGTHS

I'm a coach, strength and conditioning specialist, and seasoned triathlete. I've learned throughout both my career as an athlete and as a coach that every athlete is unique and needs to be trained that way.

PHILOSOPHY

The "uncomfortable" is what makes you better. It's hard to get there without someone or something pushing you. Always have a reason to get to that place – even if for no other reason than to say you did!

EXPERTISE

Multisport & Endurance, Functional Training and movement.

Sarah Kelly Cycling
MOTIVATION

As an athlete, the world of sport and fitness has taken me many places and provided me with many incredible opportunities. I couldn't think of a better way to spend my professional career than providing the same opportunities to individuals I work with.

CREDENTIALS
  • B.S. Athletic Training M.Ed. Applied Exercise Science / Springfield College
CERTIFICATIONS : QUALIFICATIONS
  • IRONMAN Certified Coach
  • NSCA-CSCS / National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® FMS 1 - Functional Movement Screen
TRAINING
  • TRX® GSTC: Group Suspension Training Course
  • TRX®- RTC : RIP™ Training Course
  • TRX® - SMSTC: Sports Medicine Suspension Training Course
  • TRX® - BLOCKS: Team BLOCKS
  • Trigger Point - MCT
  • Trigger Point - Form Assessments to Performance
COACHING EXPERIENCE
  • Beginner to Elite Triathletes
  • Half Marathon & Marathon Runners
  • High School; Club and College Field Hockey, Basketball and Softball

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2014 IRONMAN World Championship, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
  • 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec Canada
  • 2015 Sea2Summit First Place Female
  • Competitive Triathlete since 2002
  • Head Field Hockey Western New England University 2002-2013
  • Springfield College Field Hockey 1st & 2nd Team All American 1997-1999,
  • Field Hockey Final Four appearance 1999