Ultra-distance triathlete, Trevor King, regularly competes in ultra running, cycling, swimming and triathlon events, racing in everything from sprints to Ironman World Championships, Ultraman World Championships and 24-hour events. An ultra-age grouper, Trevor regularly places in the top five.
Trevor’s education includes a Fellowship in Applied Functional Science at the Gray Institute, personal training and sport studies at the Fitness Institute of Australia (Sydney), a degree from the University of Michigan in addition to weekend seminar certifications. Trevor credits his mentors, Brett Bloom (DPT,FAFS, CSCS), Jeff Nelson (MPT, FAFS, CSCS), and Mike Van Gilder (DPT,FAFS,CSCS) with continued instruction in a clinical setting. It was under their tutelage that he refined his understanding of biomechanics and functional movement.
Trevor has extensive coaching experience in swimming, triathlon and life. He specializes in working with beginner to intermediate triathletes, swimming technique and sport specific strength and mobility. Trevor has also helped top age groupers reach the podium through improvements in functional strength, aerobic conditioning, technique, nutrition, and mental acuity.
2013 TCSD Open Water Swim Director
2011 TCSD, JCC Swim Coach of the year
Selected as Cycling Head Coach for the 2011 Warrior Games and Marine Corps Trials
1st Overall in the 2011 Los Angeles Wheelmen 300 mile bike – winning by over 55 minutes
Competed in Ironman World Championships and Ultraman World Championships
One of only five finishers in the Hoodoo 500, 520-mile bike race in 2010
Placed 5th or better in six ultra-distance races qualifying for various world championship events and Race Across America (RAAM) in 2010
Every athlete coached in 2010, 2011, and 2012 achieved personal best times in one or more races
*Trevor was out of competition in 2011 and 2012. Having bilateral hips, bilateral shoulders, and ankle surgeries in 2012, Trevor is preparing to race again in 2013.