You have infinite potential inside of you. Do you want to explore that?

Suzie is a British Triathlon Level 2 coach. Coaching 1:1 athletes of all levels and across all distances from sprint to Ironman distance Triathlon. She is a coach at club sessions at Leeds Bradford Triathlon Club.


Suzie is a qualified secondary school teacher and business coach.

If you're serious about improving your performance, you can contact Suzie direct via email: 

Coaching articles written by Suzie

Photo: Col Morley

November 4, 2017

What is the dream?

What is your ultimate ambition as a triathlete?

The big question I have been asking the athletes I am coaching, as we sat down to plan the up coming season.

As a naive fresh faced Geography Teacher in South London, several years ago, I asked the same q...

August 15, 2017

I was coaching a Leeds Bradford Triathlon Club swim session last week.

One part of the session was 9 x 100m off 2 minutes. 

This was to be done as 1- 3 descending, repeated 3 times.

1st 100m to be easy (below css/ threshold)

2nd 100m to be  medium (css pace/ threshold)


July 14, 2017

The air boot is OFF and I have just completed my first week of rehab, with one skinny, pale calf.

If you are wondering why I have one skinny pale calf then read this blog, explaining the foot operation I had.

I thought I would share my journey through rehab. I have...

June 30, 2017

On 4th June, I qualified as a level 2 British Triathlon Coach. I had spent several weekends at Lancaster University, learning under Tutors Rob Wilby and Tony Jolly with a group of fantastic coaches from around the North of England (and Bahrain) . 

Over recent months, se...

June 15, 2017

I had heard about Precision Hydration from a number of friends, I then heard Helen Murray talking on Oxygen Addict podcast about a hydration evening at Knutsford Triathlon club, where the guys at precision hydration ran a hydration workshop, giving a talk and providing...

June 7, 2017

Here are my notes from the free Training Peaks Talk by Joe Friel and Dave Schell at Manchester National Cycle Centre. 

This blog follows on from Part 1 where I shared the idea that you can plan and measure your training in a more advanced/smarter way...

June 5, 2017

Joe Friel, a name I have seen on many a book, website article or quoted whenever 'power meter' or 'Training Peaks' is mentioned. The man himself, walked into the room in the Manchester National Cycle Centre on a Friday night, later than myself, but with a better excuse...

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