Welcome to Sisu Multisport and Endurance

Hi, I’m Coach Joel. Sisu Multisport and Endurance is dedicated to helping athletes of all abilities realize their potential and achieve their goals, whether it’s finishing their first 5k or setting an Ironman PR. Finding the right coach is an important step towards maximizing your potential as an athlete. A good coach provides guidance, structure, support, and motivation as well as gives you the freedom to focus your time and energy on training, racing, and recovering rather than planning. A coach can offer even the most experienced athlete a new perspective, scientific knowledge, nutritional expertise, and psychological support. For the more experienced or competitive athletes, a coach can be an objective voice of reason to help you avoid over-thinking, over-training, and potential injury. So whether you’re just getting started in endurance sports or a seasoned veteran, Sisu Multisport & Endurance can help take you to the next level.


News and Announcements

Time to get focused and start preparing for the 2017 season!!!!
Is your training getting you the results you want?  Does it feel like you are spinning your wheels beating yourself into the ground day in and day out but not seeing progress?  You might consider letting an experienced coach take on the burden of planning and evaluating your training.  Sometimes guidance from an objective third party is all it takes to get things on the right track.  Think long term investment in your future as a triathlete and start planning for a fantastic 2017 by getting in touch with Coach Joel to discuss options.  TRAIN SMARTER…RACE FASTER!!!


Results and Updates

Posted 06.10.17

Coach Joel survived the heat on the run to hold on for 5th in the M40-44 AG at IM 70.3 Raleigh and qualify for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Chattanooga later this year. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 05.31.17

Coach Joel just finished 4 OA at Mountains of Misery outside of Blacksburg, VA - 103 miles with over 9000ft climbing. Not bad for a flat-lander triathlete. All those roadie mountain goats should be ashamed of themselves. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Danielle McElroy PoffGreat job....in a beautiful part of the country!! Go Hokies! 😉❤️4 weeks ago

Posted 04.17.17

Congratulations to Katie Cistola on a sub-22min 5k PR this weekend at the Big Blue 5k. Even if she did ignore her coach's pacing advice and went out too fast 😜 #Update ... See MoreSee Less

Katherin Cistola😑2 months ago

Tommie BridgesThat's damn good2 months ago

Posted 01.23.17

Congrats to Doug Kennedy for knocking 43sec off his 5k at the Maui Oceanfront 5k! I definitely see more great results coming Doug's way this year. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 01.03.17

Welcome to 2017!!! The word for the year is CONSISTENCY. The key to progress, whether it's fitness, weight loss, or improving your technique, is working on it day after day, week after week, month after month. It's only when you can look back over months and years that you really see progress. So set some goals, make a plan, and start chipping away...day after day. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Erin WreskiReady!!6 months ago

Posted 09.27.16

Congrats to Erin Wreski for powering through a rough swim and challenging beach run at Ironman 70.3 Superfrog this past weekend. Erin finished 5th in the F35-39 age group, 4th in the F30-39 military division, and 12th overall female. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Katie Elizabeth MitchelldyerThat's awesome! I heard the swim was tough!9 months ago

Sisu Multisport & EnduranceYeah - then there was this too.9 months ago

Betty FeanERIN is an amazing iron woman9 months ago

Posted 09.19.16

Official results have Coach Joel 13th in the very competitive M40-44 age group at the ITU World Triathlon Championships in Cozumel this weekend. #update ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 09.04.16

The pain is temporary but the accomplishment and memories last a lifetime! John and Mike are celebrating their finish at the Ironman 70.30 World Championships in Mooloolaba Australia. Excellent job guys! #update ... See MoreSee Less

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