During his racing career, Trevor regularly competed in ultra-running, cycling, swimming and triathlon events; racing in everything from sprints to Ironman World Championships, Ultraman World Championships and events up to 48 hours straight. An ultra-age grouper, Trevor regularly placed in the top five. Injuries caught up to him in 2012 (8 orthopedic surgeries) and he decided to hang it up in competitively racing. Nowadays, he tries to get in an Ironman a year or some other epic event and a 70.3 or two for fun.
Trevor’s education includes being an Ironman Certified Coach, a Fellow of Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute, personal training and sport studies at the Fitness Institute of Australia (Sydney), a degree from the University of Michigan and various continued education seminar certifications. Trevor also worked in a clinical setting as a physical therapy aid for a number of years.
Trevor’s had extensive coaching experience over the last 20 years. He specializes in training busy professionals preparing for Ironman 70.3 and 140.6 races. He also trains sport specific strength and mobility via skype sessions. While he’s propelled many athletes to age group and over all podium spots, he most enjoys helping everyday athletes cross the finish line.