Helping cyclists and runners of all ages build strength, mobility, and core stability
Sometimes, Finding Buried Treasure is Easy.
You can find speed, endurance, and power on the bike and on the running trail through strength training.
A year-long strength training program can help endurance athletes build strength not only for their sport but to move better through life.
I provide individualized strength training for cyclists, runners, and others in the Milwaukee area at Simple Training in Hales Corners.
Simple Training is located at 5438 S 108th St, Hales Corners, WI.
Strength Training Helps Better Movement
I bring a full-body and mind approach to building strength, movement capacity, and stability.
As an older guy with limited mobility from lots of broken bones from bike crashes, I understand the importance of stronger muscles to support joint health.
I understand the challenges of working with what we have.
So my strength training philosophy is Simple: helping people of all ages build strength, mobility, and core stability.
Endurance Athletes Need Personal Training and Yoga for Strength and Mobility
I’m an experienced endurance athlete, personal trainer, and strength trainer.
In fact, cyclists and runners need to increase strength and stability for increased performance as well as injury prevention.
If you are a Simple Endurance Coaching client, you get one free 45-minute session a week plus a discount on yoga classes at the studio in the Milwaukee area.
Read more about strength training for cyclists and runners here.
Strength Training in the Milwaukee Area for People Who Want Change
I also work with private clients at Simple Training.
I work with people who want to make a change in their lives, whether by getting stronger, losing weight, or building endurance.
I’ll help you value the process of training and goal setting, lessons that can bring joy and health for the rest of their lives.
I am 56 years old and in decent health. Your explanation of exercises has been a good reminder of how to align my posture to perform the exercises safely. In my opinion, you hit differing levels of understanding the “why.”