Wellness coaching is a relationship-based partnership that empowers people to achieve personal wellness through encouragement and positive reinforcement. When clients provide a destination, the wellness coach provides the road map and the guidance to get there.
With the proper guidance, accountability, and motivation, losing weight can be as enjoyable as it is rewarding.
Proper sleep is vital towards achieving personal wellness yet a third of the United States isn't getting enough. Are you?
Schedule your workouts into your calendar and treat them as a top priority. This is a great strategy to create a routine of a healthy lifestyle.
Rather than treating a condition after it's progressed, preventive care focuses on maintaining proper health before a condition appears.
Unlike fad diets or weight-loss pills, healthy eating focuses on creating daily habits to keep the pounds off without sacrificing a tasty meal.
Implementing simple financial strategies will help grow your net worth while you prepare for your future.
Learning the difference between what you can and cannot control is a powerful strategy towards reducing stress.
Though everyone has different priorities in life, the art of balancing your responsibilities is universally beneficial.
The ideal candidate for a wellness coach is someone who is motivated to improve something in their life but they’re not exactly sure where to start. As Google CEO Eric Schmidt put it, “The one thing people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them.” If you’re feeling stuck or unable to make forward progress, working with a wellness coach can provide the perspective, accountability, and clarity to jump-start your momentum and achieve your goals.
The first step towards achieving your goals through wellness coaching is contacting Liz for a free phone consultation. After assessing your situation and selecting a package that works for you, she'll give you access to the online WellnessNation portal where you’ll be able to schedule coaching sessions, track your progress, join contests, and view additional resources.
To build your own plan or to combine wellness coaching with triathlon training, contact Liz to discuss customizing a package.
“[Liz’s] counseling background and personal experience allow her to understand a person for who they are. She was supportive, had thoughtful plans of how I could get fit, and never once judged me.” - Angela, Northglenn, CO
“Liz supported me and helped me reach my goals with commitment and care and I would highly recommend her to help you with yours, no matter what level you are starting.” - Rebecca, Denver, CO
“As a 68 year old, my body had gotten sluggish from not exercising properly. Liz is teaching me exercises and movements that enhance maximum use without pain or injury. I look forward to each fun session and I am constantly encouraged by her enthusiastic support and her positive comments.” - Faye, Littleton, CO
Anyone and everyone can benefit from having their very own personal triathlon coach. Although many resources are available online, something is very powerful about having a coach by your side to guide you through what it takes to finish a triathlon.
Breathing is one simple thing that will help your technique and confidence as a swimmer.
It’s important for all cyclists to be comfortable shifting and braking.
Many triathletes run and walk during the “run” portion of the race. If you’re not a runner, know that walking is a great way to get yourself to the finish line!
Look at food as fuel. Are you properly fueling your body throughout your training so that your body is prepared for your race?
Learn how to prepare for expected obstacles, and how to handle unexpected obstacles on race day.
Strength training is important as a triathlete, especially as a way to prevent injury – all of your major muscle groups are used during triathlon.
It’s important to have a road map to help you get from where you are now, to the finish line. Each workout is tailored to your ability.
Balancing three sports is challenging. Train so that when race day comes you are ready for the finish line!
Training for three sports can be challenging regardless if you're a beginner or a seasoned triathlete. Having a coach who will guide and support you throughout your training is invaluable for balancing your training and achieving your goal. Remember that everyone has been a beginner triathlete at some point and you're no different!
Starting with the Basics
Techniques & Psychology
Workouts & Finish Lines
The first step towards mapping out your triathlon goals is contacting Liz for a free phone consultation. After we find the package that best suits your needs, I will provide you with expert coaching to get you across the finish line!
Are you training for a 5K, a century ride, or something else other than a triathlon? Liz offers tailored training for most athletic competitions in addition to special rates for combining triathlon training with wellness coaching.
To learn more, Contact Liz.
“I had always wanted to complete a triathlon but didn’t have a good idea on how to get started. Liz took me under her wing and advised me on different training plans and strategies. If you are wanting to train for a triathlon, Liz will give you expert advice and keep you motivated to accomplish your goals!” - Bret, Denver, CO
“I have witnessed both the determination and perseverance of Liz as an Ironman athlete, and the patience and understanding of Liz as a coach. She guided me through a near-crippling open water phobia only 6 weeks before my own Ironman race! I would not have conquered my goals without her invaluable assistance!” - Stacy, Denver, CO
“Before I met Liz I really did not spend much time in the gym. When we started to workout together she actually made the unthinkable happen - it was FUN! Without her enthusiasm and interest in my progress and my goals, I don't think I would have accomplished a sprint triathlon.” - Jenny-Lyn, Waterloo, Ontario
In the last 15 years Liz has worked her way up the ladder of exercise. What began as swimming a lap in the pool, biking around the neighborhood, and jogging around the block grew to a passion for participating in races. Now, many years later Liz is a three-time Ironman finisher, and has completed a handful of ½ Ironmans, marathons, century rides, and countless half-marathons, fun runs, and charity rides.
Recently Liz began training for figure competitions. After winning a few trophies and medals at a local show in Denver, CO, she had the opportunity to competed in Fitness America, a worldwide event. What began as a "bucket list" goal, soon grew to be far more than Liz imagined. After competing in Fitness America, Liz is now an internationally ranked Ms. Bikini competitor.
Liz is passionate about helping others achieve their health and wellness goals. She loves sharing her story of her journey into fitness with people. You will often hear Liz say energizing and optimistic phrases related to dreaming big and believing in yourself, and her favorite is the Ironman motto, “Anything is Possible.”
From Liz’s experience being coached as an athlete, combined with her knowledge in health and wellness, make her the ideal coach. She is passionate about inspiring others to follow their dreams. Liz’s mantra is, “When you believe in yourself, anything is possible.”