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Peregrine Endurance Sports

We Train Endurance Athletes & Their Support Crew To Race With Confidence!

  • Extreme Triathletes & Support Crew

  • Long Course (70.3 & 140.6) Triathletes

  • Endurance Runners

NEW in FALL 2019:

Endurance Training During Pregnancy and Postpartum


How Can Peregrine Endurance Sports Help You?

  • Advance your Athletic Development To Meet The Physical Demands Of An Extreme Triathlon

Peregrine Endurance Sports specializes in customized training and race planning for endurance athletes. Our coaches collaborate with you to ensure your athletic development is focused on your goals, abilities and potential, as well as time available for training.

  • Develop the Skills Necessary To Train and Race With Confidence

In additional to training for the demands of your race, extensive time is devoted to educating you and your support crew on mental preparation techniques, nutrition, gear selection, travel logistics, and help you find any local resources you may need to make your training and racing a success.

  • COMING SOON: Endurance Training During Pregnancy and Postpartum: Learn How to Navigate Training During These Amazing Chapters of Your Life

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that women who are pregnant get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week. Learn about pregnancy related changes occurring in your body, exercise precautions, safe exercises techniques/strategies, and warning signs that you may need to stop exercising and see your physician.

Are You Ready To Race With Confidence?

Have questions you would like answered? Coach Kelly is happy to talk to you so she can be 100% sure she can help you (and your support crew if you’re a triathlete racing extreme)!

Unsure about what endurance training and racing entails? You’re not alone. Fill out this simple form and we’ll set up a time for a 15 min call or video chat.

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