Your guidance is helping me a lot to improve on hills. Indeed, a friend that started biking with me a couple of months ago couldn’t believe it. I called it the “AJ effect”:) ~First time half marathon finisher, triathlete and world traveler
I went from 7:24:13 finishing time in May to a 6:30:08 finishing time in October under your training. That’s a pretty EPIC success story if you ask me! Shaved nearly an hour off my finish time. That’s unheard of. ~Novice triathlete on her way to her first Ironman finish for her honeymoon
Wow, my training really paid off and the quality of the coaching and plan you’ve provided me paid off, including the continued prodding on nutrition. 🙂 I know that anything can happen on race day and I’ve been the person in bad shape on the run as recently as June. But, yesterday, I felt strong throughout the race and, despite the conditions, nothing that prevented me from racing as planned.
What I particularly valued about the training (other than, obviously, the fact that I’m in shape to do this race), was that I had the tools I needed to handle what came at me without wondering if I was doing the right thing. My brain was not programmed on racing “full speed” no matter the distance like I was in the past. I needed to have automatic responses to things that happened. I had those responses in my toolkit. ~Busy attorney, First time IM finisher with every poor weather condition thrown at her during race day
‘I have never been this well-prepared for anything in my life and I have to give the credit to Coach AJ.’ ~First time half Ironman finisher and all around superstar
Multisport In Motion Receives 2016 Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award
Washington, DC, February 23, 2016 — Multisport In Motion has been selected for the 2016 Best
Businesses of Washington, DC Award in the Trainers category by the Best Businesses of
Washington, DC Award Program. This is the third consecutive year that Multisport in Motion has
received this award (2014, 2015 & 2016).
Each year, the Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program identifies companies that we
believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business
category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through
service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the
Washington, DC area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each
category. The 2016 Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program focuses on quality, not
quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Best
Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About the Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program
The Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program is an annual awards program honoring
the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Washington, DC area.
Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and
implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Best Businesses of Washington, DC Award Program was established to recognize the best of
local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners,
trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our
mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
I want to give you a big thank you…Your advice on nutrition, the basic outline of your training plan, and your positive attitude have gone a long way from making me a mid-pack runner, to blowing away my goals! Total mileage was 105.75 and I won the race! ~Mother of two, business owner and winner of multiple ultra races
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart all the way to the top, for your guidance, wisdom, toughness and inspiration. You have helped me understand sooooo much about long course racing, expressed your frustration with me gracefully, kindly knocked me around, and helped me up a couple of times when I really needed it. Alyssa, you are really a miracle worker. You knew I needed to dial in my HR targets for the bike and the run. You didn’t lose that thought through my overtraining in March, bonking on my first long brick in April, and finally dialing it in at the last minute on Memorial Day weekend (‘Glorious!!’). You taught me about fuel and water. And explained it to me the way I needed, with numbers:)
My finish puts me in the top third of my age group on my first HIM when on Friday I KNEW I couldn’t do it. But you sensed my desperation, called me, bucked me up, supported me.
I just don’t know how to thank you for all you have done for me. Sunday was the most challenging physical accomplishment of my life. More than the 14,000 foot climb at age 12. More than the 2000 mile ride at age 20. More than college football or lacrosse, more than freezing in winter camps, sweating in the outback, or riding 200 miles across a desert. It was as you said. Hot and flat (but not windy). And a little boring.
I could NEVER have done it without you. Not done it at all. Never mind doing as well as I did. ~Corporate executive, father of two, athletes always seeking the next challenge