What adventures are on your bucket list? Our training plans have a unique blend of endurance, strength, and yoga.

Simple Endurance Coaching


We all have our bucket lists of events we want to do. And we all have our target on goal times for our events. 

But how do we hit those marks and still have fun along the way?

Simple Endurance coaching is equal parts cheerleader, trainer, teacher, and guide.

Most of the people I support simply want to improve on yesterday.



As everyday endurance athletes, we are always on the move – but only in a forward direction

But to get stronger and faster, we need to slow down and improve our mobility and core strength without having to become a pretzel.

Simple Endurance Coaching yoga helps everyday athletes of all ages and abilities improve their strength, mobility, and breath control.


We use strength training to help you get stronger hips and core, build mobility and balance, and develop confidence as you reshape your body.

You can find speed, endurance, and power on the bike and on the running trail through a year-long strength training. 

Lifting weights helps build strength not only for your sport but to move better through life. 

I provide individualized personal training for cyclists, runners, and others at the Simple Training studio in Muskego.

My coach, Paul, saw something in me that I didn’t see. He insisted that I do hard things with weights. I got stronger, but more importantly I developed confidence. I’ve done hard things all of my life – as we all have – but never thought I could do hard athletic things. Coach Paul taught me that I can. Today I was going to try to swim 1000 yards without taking a rest. As I approached 750 yards I was wanting to quit. But it occurred to me that I can do hard athletic things. Not only did I get my 1000 yards done, but I did it at a pace I’ll need to have when I do my first 70.3 next June. This was my longest, fastest swim since my surgery. Thank you, Paul!

Eileen W.

What's Your Adventure?

We ride bikes, run on roads and trails, swim in lakes and pools, ski on cross-country trails. 

We are everyday athletes.

Yes, you too. 

Even if you don’t think you “qualify,” if you have goals and plans as a runner, cyclist, triathlete, or cross-country skier, you are an everyday athlete. 

Simple Endurance Coaching helps everyday endurance athletes achieve their adventure and challenge goals through a mix of endurance training, strength training, and yoga.

So What Are Your Goals?

What adventure is on your bucket list? 

  • Riding the Stelvio in Italy? (That’s one of mine!)
  • Running parts of the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin?
  • Skiing the Birkie?
  • Bikepack a long dirt trail.

What PRs and PBs do you want to break? 

  • 5k?
  • Century on the bike?
  • Sprint Triathlon?
  • Upgrading from a Cat. 4 to Cat. 3 or 2?

Endurance Sport Goals Need Training

Regardless of your sport, your ability levels, your experience, or your physical condition, all endurance athletes, pros and everyday athletes alike, need the same things:

  • increase endurance capacity
  • increase joint and muscle strength to improve performance and prevent injury
  • improve mobility in all movement directions for better health

I met Paul several years ago when he led a cyclocross clinic that I attended. His passion for teaching/coaching athletes was evident even then. After he started his coaching/personal training business in 20??, I threw my hat in the ring to be part of his “adventure crew” in 2021 and was ecstatic to be chosen! The pandemic was a crusher for me mentally, so “adventure” was not in the cards. Paul shifted our focus to handle what I could while working to build my aerobic base from basically nothing leading into the offseason. I have been well supported and well guided in the process of starting to regain my cycling fitness, learning a lot from Paul about things like Heart Rate Variability to help me train/recover more effectively. I highly recommend Paul as a coach/guide!

Kevin T.


Here Are My Six Steps for Successful Endurance Sport Coaching

Endurance sport coaching happens a little differently with me and Simple Endurance Coaching. Here are six steps we use to help you be more successful in your goals.

A Female Athlete’s Strong Core Will Drive a Powerful Performance Engine

Everyday female athletes – and male athletes too, for that matter – need a strong core to keep everything solid and tight to deliver power from the hips. 

This Simple 6-Move TRX Workout Routine Builds Powerful Core and Hips

Using a TRX workout routine will keep your whole body strong, particularly during the bike, run, or triathlon season when you want to maintain strength but not cause additional fatigue.

Discover How to Improve Your Performance by Eating a Ton During Long Rides and Runs

If you do a ride, run, or any exercise over an hour, improve your performance by eating more than you think to prevent bonking and maintain your energy levels.

Five Quick Full-Body Exercises For In-Season Strength Maintenance

In-season strength maintenance is critical in staying healthy as an everyday endurance athlete. 

Periodization For Your Target Event Can Lead to Your Best Results Ever

Periodization for a target event is a training tool that can help you plan your training to be in peak condition to perform your best.

3 Effective Ways of Knowing How to Monitor Interval Intensity Without a Device

Three ways to monitor interval intensity without a device include the Talk Test, Fast or Fastest Speeds, or RPE (Rate of Perceived Exertion).

6 Surprisingly Tough Exercises to Build Core Strength and Stability for Everyday Athletes

Most research suggests that doing active isometric work to build core strength and stability is far more effective and safer than crunches or sit-ups.

Isometric Strength Training Can Improve Stability and Control for Cyclists and Runners

Isometric strength training can improve stability and control for cyclists and runners as part of a full-body strength training program.

How to Reframe Your Thinking When Bike Adventures Don’t Work Out As Expected

I want everyday athletes to understand that sometimes bike adventures don’t work out the way we expect, and even unexpected results can provide lessons or even gifts.

Keep Your Training Simple - and Fun

What Is An Everyday Athlete?

We are “everyday athletes,” even if we’re reluctant to sometimes call ourselves that. 

For most of us, just finishing an adventure or challenging event is enough. 

Sometimes, we want to beat our previous best, but we aren’t crushed if we don’t. 

We are just people who want to run, ride, or ski ourselves into better health as well as push our personal limits a little. 

We know we need to train to accomplish these goals. 

But how much training? When? What’s the best schedule? 

Simple Endurance Coaching helps everyday endurance athletes achieve their adventure and challenge goals through a mix of endurance training, strength training, and yoga.

What Makes Simple Endurance Coaching Different From Other Coaches?

First, I have a broad and unique collection of personal experiences,  knowledge, and research from decades of endurance sports, including cycling, running, cross-country skiing, even rowing.

These years of learning and experience help me understand what you will need to achieve your goals.

Second, I use a unique holistic approach to getting you faster and building more endurance.

Simple Endurance Coaching blends endurance sports training together with strength training, yoga, and mental toughness work.

And as a retired middle school teacher, I’m going to make your learning fun, interesting, and fruitful. 

I take all of my experience, education, and research, and the holistic approach to support you in your goals.

Who Is Simple Endurance Coaching?

I’m Paul Warloski, and I help cyclists, runners, and other endurance athletes improve their fitness, health, and performance. 

Our work together will always focus on the process before results, keeping our training Simple – and fun. 

Simple Endurance Coaching creates plans that combine endurance training, strength work, and yoga to help you reach your bucket list and PR goals. 

Our Plans And Programs Will Always:

  • Include lots of fun and laughter;
  • Rely on years of endurance sport, strength training, and yoga experience; 
  • Utilize a depth of knowledge from years of reading and research; 
  • Learning from missteps and mistakes by “failing forward”;
  • Individualize your training program to meet your goals and fit in your time constraints.

My Qualifications: 

  • Middle school teacher for 23 years;
  • NCCA Personal Training certification;
  • Advanced Nutrition certification;
  • USA Cycling coaching certification;
  • RRCA running coach certification
  • 200-hour RYT Yoga Teacher Certification.

Still Curious About What You Can Achieve? 

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