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Athlete Testimonials

Look and you shall find” or in this case “Stop looking and Jason will find you’ I’m a runner, have been for over 20 years.

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After my second year of competing in triathlons, I had reached a tipping point… My first year racing was successful

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“After being coached by Jason for 3 years now I can confidently say I would be nowhere near where I am today without his guidance.

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When I graduated from college, I was not sure what I planned to do in terms of running. I had a decent college career and knew I could get faster, but I did not

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My 2015 season was about redemption. It fueled every workout. It got me in the pool, on the bike, out on the track and road on days when my head

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I’ve known Jason Kilderry for ten years. In 2002, I was filling in as a volunteer triathlon coach/mentor for Team In Training and Jason was one of the athletes

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Jason is unique in his ability to combine a scientific evidence-based training with his social personality to create a great coach-athlete environment.

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I’ve been “competing” in triathlon for three years prior to meeting and working with Jason. In 2012 I decided to take the plunge into the Ironman 140.6 level

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I have been training under Matt since the beginning of 2012, this after knowing him since my freshman year at Rider back in 2005 when he was team captain. As a member of Rider’s

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I never referred to myself as an athlete, and until I started doing triathlons at age 25, I had never swam, biked, or ran in an organized or competitive environment.

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I began looking for a coach after one full year of competing in triathlons. Through some recommendations I gave Jason a call and we talked for

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I was inspired to call Jason after watching the Ironman Championships last year. I had been a triathlete for 7 years, competing in all distances up to 70.3.

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When I signed up for the 2013 Lake Placid Ironman, the longest run I’d ever done was 10 miles. My longest bike was 56 miles, and I think I swam a little more than

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I had been a dedicated basketball player. When the day finally came and I graduated college and didn’t have basketball to train for any more I didn’t know

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After completing my first Ironman triathlon this past summer, I can honestly say I would not have been able to do it without Jason. Three years prior to finishing

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I have been racing competitively since age 13, or since 1978. Yes, that makes me 49. During middle school, high school and college I had numerous

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Scott Ward is a phenomenal coach for beginning triathletes to advanced triathletes looking to get faster. In fact he was able to guide me to not only complete

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Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” — unknown “My story of how I came to work with Jason is a lesson in learning

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ONE BIG QUIT – I have quit one thing in my life. High school. It is not something I am proud of however it is not something I regret either. That One Big

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Without a doubt, I can say that the gains that I have made as a triathlete can be attributed to both Jason’s coaching and guidance, as well as my persistent,

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In October 2006, I had neuromas in both feet and a broken hand, and I just signed up for an Ironman. This might be a red flag for some, but Jason was more

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I have been working with Jason since August 2009 and I can say, with total honesty, it was the best decision that I have ever made as an athlete. I ran my first marathon

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I am a former All-American sprinter who after having 2 kids decided to pick up distance running to relieve daily stress. For a few years I trained myself based on my own

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Thanks to the help of Coach Jason Kilderry, I just completed my first Ironman in 12:58, under my goal of 13 hours! This is something I never would have thought

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I decided to work with Jason to become more competitive in my triathlon age group finishes. As a triathlete for 7 years and runner for over 30 I was hopeful that

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Most coaches are probably capable of building a generic plan to help their athletes prepare for a key race, however, they lack the knowledge to be able optimize

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Consistency in training has always been a struggle for me. I also travel frequently, so my schedule is unpredictable and tight. So last summer, when I decided

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What I like best about Jason’s coaching is that every conversation–whether we are discussing the next days workout or an entire training cycle–begins with

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The individual aspect of a sport like Track and Field inclines one to believe that self-motivation is the key to success, that an athlete who pushes him/her self

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I am not your typical athlete and no one would mistake me for one. But I began running, making it up as I went along and hit hurdles in the form of injuries.

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Jason coached me from an Ironman Lake Placid finish to a BQ at the Steamtown Marathon in 10 weeks! That pretty much encapsulates my experience working

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I came into triathlons relatively late in life with a very limited athletic background and osteoarthritis in my knees. After a few seasons of Sprint and Olympic distances,

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Matt has trained my husband through a marathon, he has worked with my grade school daughter to improve her running stride and coaches my high school daughter

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I began running as a way to stay fit. After completing several races on my own, I wanted to run a marathon as a 40th birthday present/accomplishment for

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When I was a kid, I was a terrible athlete. Thanks to Jason, things have changed. In grammar school, I was always picked last for kickball. In middle school

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I competed in my first triathlon during the summer of 2009, the summer before entering college. When I got to school I decided to join my school’s club triathlon

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When I was growing up I was super active, competitive, and loved sports. I was a slow sprinter but could find another gear when I would run for longer distances.

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I began competitively running in my freshman year of high school performing cross country, winter track and spring track. Initially, I made gains in my speed

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My background stems mainly from team sports. I played competitive rugby from middle school through high school, winning two state championships

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Jason started coaching me during my freshman year at Drexel in 2014. The summer before joining the Drexel Tri Team,

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