Coaching Program Details and Pricing…

Yup, I coach people.

Brand new this season, I’m now working with the fine folks at Source Endurance!

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I’m super happy to be working with them, and one of the aspects of their program that I’m most excited about is the ability to now offer coaching & training programs at a variety of price points… something there for everyone!

Check out the site, and if you’re interested in the opportunity to work together, or if you have any questions, drop me a line at mhill@source-e.net. I have a couple of spots open for the upcoming cyclocross season, and it would be great to hear from you!


8 Responses to “Coaching Program Details and Pricing…”

  1. Have really been thinking of getting a coach, maybe when I get back on the bike (Crash) and back to work (crash) I can look further into it!

    • Howdy Guy,

      Ouch! Sorry to hear about your crash… what happened? Feel free to drop me a line with any questions you might have re: training & recovery, and best of luck getting back to form. I know what it’s like recovering from injury, believe me!

      M

  2. Hi Matt,

    First off, thanks for taking time to update your blog every day! You’re workouts are inspirational and killer. I’m interested in a mid-season training plan but not full on coaching. I’d like to email (of blog) to discuss, if you’re interested.

    Tamara

    • Hi Tamara,
      Thanks for the positive vibes! Definitely drop me a line at smallmaker – at – gmail- dot – com.

      Have a lovely Monday!

      MH

  3. Matt,
    Thanks for making this ‘cross season kick ass. We don’t want the relationship to end come the new year – how can we contact you about continuing on?
    natalie & jeff

  4. Winter trainer program.. I got a power meter… Just need some one to hold my hand with what to do… I don’t race (work on racecar) gone just about every weekend.. Just want to be the best I can be.. Let me know what you got… Thanks ian

  5. Happy New Year,
    My family and I moved to North Carolina from Florida in August of 2010 and I discovered the NC ‘cross series. I raced mostly Master’s 35+ and finished mid field. Quite an initiation as those guys are fast. Had a 6 & 7th in two CX 4 races. Decided to give this season a full go and race at least 10 times. The NC series opened a Master’s CX
    4 field, so I chose that. Got some advice on tubulars and a single ring set up and let ‘er
    rip.

    My field has been the largest one with 50+ each race. Finishes, including a preseason and one CX 4 race, have been: 7,7,7,3,7,3,1. The win was the NC State Championships Master’s 4 in Winston-Salem. I discovered your site early in the race season and incorporated some of your workouts (particularly 2×20 & variations of it) to my training schedule

  6. Happy New Year,
    My family and I moved to North Carolina from Florida in August of 2010 and I discovered the NC ‘cross series. I raced mostly Master’s 35+ and finished mid field. Quite an initiation as those guys are fast. Had a 6 & 7th in two CX 4 races. Decided to give this season a full go and race at least 10 times. The NC series opened a Master’s CX
    4 field, so I chose that. Got some advice on tubulars and a single ring set up and let ‘er
    rip.

    My field has been the largest one with 50+ each race. Finishes, including a preseason and one CX 4 race, have been: 7,7,7,3,7,3,1. The win was the NC State Championships Master’s 4 in Winston-Salem. I discovered your site early in the race season and incorporated some of your workouts (particularly 2×20 & variations of it) to my
    training schedule. Anyway, it all came together in Winston on a challenging course and I’m just giving some thanks and feedback to those who helped. There are three races left, so I’ll do those in my current category and cat up next season. I’ll probably need a coach to handle the meat grinder of the Master’s elite field.

    Thanks again and I look forward to your continued postings.

    MMc

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