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Training

At Extreme Energy we are fortunate to have links with some outstanding coaches to help you prepare for your events. The team of coaches below all have skills and experience in different areas, therefore bring something unique to help you get ready for success.

Elisabet Barnes

Elisabet Barnes

Elisabet has more than 20 years’ running experience and specialises in multi-stage racing. She has won the Marathon des Sables and the Oman Desert Marathon, placed second in The Coastal Challenge and set multiple ultra course records. With more than 10 years' experience from leading organisations and individuals through change and a postgraduate degree in Change Management, Elisabet understands what it takes to make lasting changes. She also knows what it’s like trying to juggle life commitments and a demanding work schedule alongside training. This is why her detailed and structured training plans are completely bespoke and take into account your individual needs and background. Whether you are new to ultra running, more experienced, wish to complete or compete, Elisabet can help you achieve your goals. She is a certified Coach in Running Fitness (CiRF) with UK Athletics, co-owner of myRaceKit and a Raidlight sponsored athlete. Read more about her on her blog: www.ultraruneli.com and access her coaching services at www.ultra.coach

Latest blog posts

  • Richtersveld Transfrontier WildrunŽ 2016

    20th June 2016

    An Adventure to Remember At the time writing I'm sitting in a minbus having just left Namibia and the Richtersveld Transfrontier WildrunŽ (RTW), which has come to an end. The five days of the race ...

  • RTW Day 1: A battle on Mars

    20th June 2016

    Richtersveld Transfrontier Wildrun overview available here. We started Day 1 from Sendelingsdrif. Running out of from the campsite it only took a few hundred metres for us to split into several ...

  • RTW Day 2: If you can’t race, enjoy!

    20th June 2016

    Richtersveld Transfrontier Wildrun overview available here. Waking up on Day 2 my left wrist and hand were bruised and swollen and I was unable to use it. It had caused me pain through the night and ...

Andy Mouncey

Andy Mouncey

Andy practices what he preaches and very definitely walks the talk. He is also a published author, writes regularly for a number of publications and is one of the leading thinkers on high performance – working as he does in sport, education and the corporate world.

In 2003 Andy said goodbye to 17 years in triathlon by setting record stage times for the Enduroman Arch To Arc Challenge: A 300 mile solo triathlon linking London & Paris via an English Channel swim www.enduroman.com

Since then he’s been into his ultrarunning and has, among his race resume, two second places at the UK’s premier trail 100 miler then Montane Lakeland 100.

Andy therefore brings a multi-facetted perspective to his training and coaching. His is a powerful mix of humour, experience, penetrating insight and a skill in getting to the heart of the problem quickly and making the complex seems simple. We are very proud to have him as part of our team. He is married and lives with his family in the north of England. Keep upto date with Andy’s latest blog at http://www.bigandscaryrunning.com/blog/4584755693 and find out more at his website www.bigandscaryrunning.com

Latest blog posts

  • Tomorrow: Swim Bike Run - Fun?

    24th June 2016

    Sometimes you just need something to shoot for. And if it's Big-Scary-Compelling then so much the better.So this time last year I reached feebly out of the pit of despair I'd been inhabiting while ...

  • Mountains On Your Mind? Get really ready to run the lumpy stuff

    24th May 2016

    See Andy's piece for Run Ultrahttp://www.runultra.co.uk/Training/May-2016/Mountain-ultra-running-training-programme

  • Taking Me Apart

    28th April 2016

    'OK Andy, that'll do.'Paul Fowler www.onehundredpercentswimming.co.uk finishes his notes on poolside as I finish showing him my awesome fish-like swimming prowess. Well?'Your head's way too high and ...

Shane Benzie

Shane Benzie

Shane Benzie is the founder of Running Reborn, a running technique coach and movement specialist. His experience spans running, trekking, and climbing in the Himalaya, Karakoram and mountains of northern India at altitudes of up to 6000 meters and temperatures down to -40, deserts to +50 and jungles with humidity up to 100% in countries such as Mozambique, Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma and the Amazon.
Shane has a wealth of experience in ultra running, completing a number of 50 and 100 mile runs, in addition the Grand Union Canal Race at 145 miles. He has also completed the Marathon Des Sables and completed the 184 mile Thames Path unsupported.
During this time Shane has focused on coaching and spent time in the US and the UK studying and qualifying as a running technique coach and movement specialist. He works with clients coaching a running form that concentrates on energy efficiency and reducing the effects of impact on the runner’s body. He works with a wide range of runners from GB ultra runners to people starting out in the sport, he also works with the MOD rehabilitation team at Headley Court, concentrating on amputees and creating balance and symmetry of movement as they are introduced to running prosthetics.

To find out more about this unique approach to running efficiency and training visit www.runningreborncoaching.wordpress.com or his blog site www.runningreborncoaching.wordpress.com/articles/

Latest blog posts

  • Running Technique Workshop 28th Feb 2016

    25th January 2016

    Running Technique Workshop 28/2/16 Click here for details

  • Article in Beyond the Ultra e-zine

    16th January 2016

    Shane has an article featured in the Dec-15 Beyond the Ultra e-zine where he talks about the three components that contribute to natural movement and running technique. You can read the full e-zine ...

  • The Biomechanics of Running Article – Run Ultra

    14th August 2015

      Shane was recently featured in an article on the by RunUltra contributor and motivational running coach Kerry Sutton on the biomechanics of running. The full article can be read at this link ...

Rory Coleman

Rory Coleman

I am a Performance Coach based in Cardiff who specialises in:

  • Coaching for marathons, Ultra-marathons and beyond
  • Preparing and conditioning athletes for peak performance
  • Weight loss and behavioural change.

Experience is key to the success of my Performance Coaching. I wasn’t born an elite athlete but have learned how to maximise my potential. Having completed over 950 marathons, 235 Ultra-marathons and 9 Guinness World Records for treadmill running, I have just about done the lot, even the Barry 40.

I have a Diploma in Personal Training and qualified as an Advanced Level Three Instructor with additional qualifications in Nutrition Management, Ante/Post Natal, Obesity, Training in Special Environments and Health Screening.

I have run the race 12 TIMES.... and you will get my 12 years of MdS experience all rolled into one where you can learn EXACTLY what to take and what to do each day of the World's Toughest Footrace. Try and Buy the right kit and learn how to get your pack as light as possible with the MdS Master.

To find out how you can get Rory to help you succeed in your ultra goals go to www.rorycoleman.co.uk and follow his blogs at www.rorycoleman.blogspot.co.uk