Do you have dreams of running a marathon? Or finishing your first Half Ironman or Ironman? Are you looking for more podium finishes?

It is unlikely you will succeed to your potential at any of those dreams without a defined plan to get you there. Where do you start? How do you balance work, family and training and still reach your performance goals?

As coaches who understand what it means to go from couch potato to competitive age groupers and competitive age groupers to elite age groupers, we help endurance athletes in Georgia and throughout the world balance training with family and work commitments. Our triathlon coaching values “bottom up training” and quality over quantity.

We help you to #DoYourJob by assisting children and adults of all levels and abilities map out smart, strategic plans to get them to their priority races strong and healthy. Our coaches care – we are available, involved and celebrate your achievements.



Coach Slayer
Harvey Gayer

Harvey is a USA Triathlon Level 2 certified endurance coach, Slow Twitch certified, a Road Runners Club of America Certified Coach, and a Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist, who has lectured on clinical psychology applied to athletes.

Coach Long Man
Karl Langenbach

If you are looking for a highly experienced endurance athlete/mentor/coach with a focus on triathlon as a healthy, long-term life style, then Coach Long Man, aka Karl Langenbach, is likely right for you.

Coach TaxSlayer
Seth Waltman

TaxSlayer is a team player, passionate about the multisport lifestyle, and committed to TriCoachGeorgia. “Tax” has helped many athletes even before his coaching training. Formerly obese, he has managed his weight well.

Coach Wicked
Courtney Connolly

If you’re looking for a dedicated, hard working type that knows what it takes first hand to go from couch to 5k to Ironman she may be a good fit for you. Courtney is a USAT Level 1 Certified Coach and an Ironman Certified Coach.