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Welcome to Endurance Sports Coaching: triathlon coaching based in Bristol. Based in Bristol, multiple award-winning triathlon coach, Andy Bullock, brings his 15 years of triathlon coaching experience (juniors and para-triathletes within the national performance system; age-group and professional seniors) to help you achieve your triathlon dream. To find out more about Andy and what he can do for you, please browse our website.
 
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ESC Update - December 2016

After a fantastic year for Natalie it was time to wrap it up with a trip to Bahrain and take on some of the best athletes in the world for the 70.3. The race proved the improvements she has made all year and with the exception of a dodgy stomach on the run, the performance was clinical and on plan. It just goes to show how far Natalie has come with solid progression in training; high quality, dedicated recovery and a steady head to think through the race. On paper the final result may look a little disappointing but we all know it's just a small hurdle and that actually the result is very exciting for what is to come in 2017.

Elsewhere Ollie Holman kept himself busy through winter training with a few cross country races just to maintain some fun through the winter months.

TESW Academy enjoyed a high quality training weekend based in South Wales. This meant the athletes were able to join up with the Welsh Academy and practise their hand at track cycling as well as covering swimming and running. It was great to join up with another academy not only for the athletes to test themselves against each other but also for the coaches to discuss ideas about how academies can work effectively. So a big thank you to those in Wales that made this weekend happen.

It was also the time of year when the English Talent Squad (ETS) head of for a week of warmer (but not always dry!) weather training. I was fortunate enough to be invited along to help out in Portugal. The camps are busy however, it is always good to be surrounded by a team of high quality coaches and practitioners who put together a full and supportive programme for the athletes. I always learn a lot on these weeks and this year was no different with the biggest take away for me being around the ability of athletes to accept that not every session on the plan needs to be done if it is not right for them at the time. Advice can be sort, adjustments can be made and it all makes for a quality week of training covering exactly what the athlete's need and are capable of doing at that time.

Blog of the month: Tri and think.


ESC Update - November 2016

Racing is light this month, recovery is strong and training is starting to pick up.

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ESC Update - October 2016

A quieter month but no less important.

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ESC Update - September 2016

Coming to the end of the season

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ESC Update - August 2016

Plenty of summer racing

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ESC Update - July 2016

World Championships and some long distance racing.

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ESC Update - June 2016

A fast and Furious month of racing

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