Services And Pricing

TeamBSC Triathlon Coaching offers you comprehensive and professional coaching services that are individually tailored to meet your needs.

Before we get started, you can expect to have an initial consultation, either in person or over the phone, where we will talk specifically about your experience in sport, your history, your goals, and your other life commitments. Then, after doing some sport specific testing to find your baselines, Your coach will create individualized weekly training plans for you to follow. Through regular email and phone communication we will be assessing your progress and altering your future training accordingly, putting you in the best possible position to achieve your goals.

Our coaches are available on an unlimited basis to help you determine your seasonal racing schedule, including picking appropriate tune-up races along the way to your ‘A’ Goal race(s). We are also happy to consult with you about training and race day nutrition, pacing strategies, injury prevention, time management, and of course, your mindset. We believe it is possible to put it all together!

How fast can you go? Become a TeamBSC Triathlon Athlete, and we will help you Find A New Gear.

Pricing

  • Triathlon Coaching
    Head Coach Michelle starting at $250/month.
    Coach Krista starting at $230/month.
    Coach Taryn starting at $200/month.
  • Single Sport Swim, Bike, or Run Coaching – starting at $100/month

Are you interested?

We would be happy to give you more details regarding our coaching services or talk with you about your specific training needs. Please visit our contact page.

​When I started training with Taryn, I was a total beginner to both swimming and cycling. She created an individualized training plan for me that got me to my first sprint triathlon finish line in less than two months. Every week, she customized the workouts to develop my skillset and build on the week before. Whether it was working on my endurance in the water or my cadence on the bike, I knew that I was maximizing my time with each one of Taryn’s workouts and learning a lot in the process. Despite poor weather conditions on race day, I had a great race and exceeded my expectations. I credit Taryn with preparing me and helping me overcome many beginner fears and worries.

As someone who enjoys understanding the process, I love that Taryn is a wealth of information about all aspects of the sport, both from personal experience and from her studies to be a registered dietitian. She follows up with me and sends me feedback after each one of my workouts, which opens a dialogue on what went well, what didn’t, and what we should think about next. In addition to the actual physical activity of the workout, she helps me analyze my nutrition before, during, and after the workout. And apart from workouts, she also sends me articles and videos to help me appreciate a particular topic or idea. Taryn is extremely easy to communicate with and gives time and thought to even the most mundane of my questions.
I never thought that I could complete a triathlon, and I’m convinced that without Taryn’s guidance and support, it would have been a much, much more difficult road for me. Her positive energy and love for the sport is infectious.

Katya G.
Jennifer

Michelle began coaching me in May, 2010. I had seen the awesome results she had with another athlete, and asked her if she’d coach me to my goal of swimming the channel between Lana’i and Maui (15 km), solo, for my 50th birthday, after taking 5 years off from competing. We hit all of my goals – so well, in fact, that she has me swimming times that match what I was doing eight years ago. There are three truly standout qualities that Michelle brings to her coaching. One, she understands the differences in her athletes’ physiology and psychology. This means that she can really get fantastic results not only from her encouragement and pushing, but by having the ability to enable each athlete to find what, from within, pushes him or her. Two, as stellar as her athletic accomplishments are, she does not sit on her laurels. What I find ever more impressive is that she draws from many diverse sources in areas including anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, nutrition, etc. She is constantly educating herself, and that makes for potent coaching. Three, the energy and love she brings to her coaching is phenomenal. You are getting a real human coach with Michelle. That is MamaSimmons! 🙂

Jennifer StrabyllaKona, HI

​Training for Ironman can happen one of two ways, and I have experienced both. Either self-guided with good intent to tackle 140.6 miles, or smartly designed for your exact needs to develop as an athlete who performs for 140.6 miles. The latter of the two is exactly what I got thanks to Krista LaPan, and TeamBSC. My hands down favorite perk of being coached by Krista was the time saved from having my workouts planned for me. Additionally, the workouts were not cookie cutter. They were specific to my goals, my schedule, my course and biometrics. I found myself almost craving the instant feedback from Coach K once I uploaded my workout to Training Peaks. Krista’s knowledge and personal drive for triathlon will take you to a new level … no mater what level you are at today!

Courtney S.

I have been training with Michelle since May of 2014. I learned about Michelle online and heard great things about her coaching from other tri friends. I decided that I should give her a shot since I wanted to up my game and thought personal coaching would help. Michelle has helped me develop a passion for the sport that will remain with me for the rest of my life, and has improved my ability tremendously in the 2.5 years that we have worked together. In this period she has prepared me for three full IMs, eight half IMs, a slew of marathons, swim races and Oly/sprint tris.

Recently, Michelle has shown great patience, tenacity and creativity in training me in some of the most challenging, inhospitable and unideal environments (Baghdad, Iraq for a year and now Port-au-Prince, Haiti for the past eight months). In these locations, where I can no longer can train with a group or ride my bike on the road, and frequently must swim in 25yd (or smaller) hotel pools, Michelle regularly crafts workouts for me that have not only made me physically stronger, but mentally tougher as well.

Michelle has been extremely understanding since I have had to deal with a Category 4 hurricane in Haiti in October, which shook up my training schedule (and my spirits); she continued to virtually nudge / take out the whip on me to ensure that I was staying on track and not fall into a ‘blob’ state, which would have been very easy to do! Best of all, I now consider Michelle not only a coach, but a dear friend. She is brilliant on so many levels, and a true gem for the sport of triathlon. A total inspiration and a wonderful human being!

Victoria C.