Andy runs his own training, coaching and speaking business. He started a 17 year career in triathlon in 1987 competing round the world and achieving age group representation at World level for Britain in 1992. He graduated to Ironman and raced successfully five times over this distance. From the lessons of this experience he created ‘Doing Big and Scary’. This is his unique model for consistent high performance at the heart of which is a six step goal- achieving process, and an inspirational presentation and workshop of the same name.
Andy Mouncey uses his experience as a professional sports coach and father of two young boys to explore the relationship between sport, endurance and how this impacts us as we grow older.
Children, young people and endurance – yeah, that ole chestnut: How young and how far is enough? How to judge it? What’s the evidence? And what are the implications for later life?
This is not a review of the pile of scientific literature out there, not least because I suspect plenty of people have been there, done that. This is an evidence-based piece though, it’s just that the evidence in question is my experience as a parent to two small boys and as a professional coach who has worked with children and young people for the last 25 years.
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