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Coach Aubrey Aldy
Aubrey Aldy is the head coach of All Day Endurance. Aubrey is an eight-year U.S. Army veteran having served three years in the infantry and another five years as a combat medic. While on duty he was the non-commissioned officer in charge of unit physical training; a task that launched him on a path to greater physical challenges in the realm of the USA Triathlon where he earned his professional competitor’s license.
As an athlete, Aubrey has won multiple events from 5k to marathons, sprint triathlons to full iron distance races. In 2010, he was the Road Runners Club of America 5k National Champion and winner of the Great Floridian Iron Distance Triathlon. In 2011 Aubrey PR’d in the marathon with a 2:35 and a 1:10 in the half marathon. In 2012 he earned a pro license and began racing professionally in 2013 as a USAT Elite Athlete through 2015. In 2018 Aubrey won the Marathon of the Treasure Coast, setting a new course record.
Aubrey is currently training for the upcoming 2019 Race Across America where he will be competing as part of a two-man team with the goal of setting a new course record. In 2016 he competed in the race as part of a four-man team, cycling 3089 miles nonstop across the United States. Always looking for the next challenge, Aubrey has set goals of running 50k-100 mile ultra events in the near future.
Aubrey’s history of competition in multiple disciplines has given him insight into endurance sports and the ability to coach athletes at every level. Aubrey’s first marathon was completed during his time stationed in Oahu, HI in a time of 4:33. Over the course of the next 11 years he was able to improve his time by almost 2 hours. With his passion, knowledge, and experience in endurance sports, Aubrey is looking forward to helping athletes reach and exceed their goals.
Coach Ross Lenehan
Ross Lenehan began his endurance career in middle school, and proceeded to run in high school, at the College level, as well as post collegiate. While attending Notre Dame College he broke the school record in Cross Country with a time of 25:21 (8k) as well as qualifying for the NAIA meet in 2010. In track and field, Ross holds many program school records and qualified for the NAIA National track and field meet multiple times.
In April of 2015, Ross competed in his first ever triathlon, Ironman 70.3 Florida, which he was talked into by a friend. From there he embraced triathlon fully, turning the sport into a passion and lifestyle. At Ironman Miami 70.3 in October of 2016 he qualified for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga Tennessee. In April of 2017, he competed at Ironman 70.3 Florida, placing 5th overall, in a time of 4:11:11. In September of 2017, he competed at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, placing 25th in the 30-34 age group. In April of 2018, he competed at St. Anthony’s triathlon, placing 2nd in the Elite division, qualifying for his professional triathlon license. Ross will continue his triathlon career, and race professionally in 2019.
During his time as an endurance athlete, Ross has always been a student of his sport; learning coaching philosophies and how to implement them into athletes’ training programs. Ross has always taken great pride in helping others and pushing athletes towards their goals. He believes in a long-term approach that will develop athletes into their greatest ultimate potential.
About All Day Endurance
The All Day Endurance Team was created to give driven athletes the training, support and resources they need to compete to their best ability. Our athletes have made incredible strides towards accomplishing their goals, from local triathlon and running races to Ironman Podiums. Along the way, we have coached all kinds of athletes, but our goal is to work with athletes who are driven, motivated. and ready to have a coach guide the training process.
For any of your endurance sport needs, All Day Endurance has personal and coaching experience in the following sports: Triathlon, Duathlon, Road/Trail/Ultra Running, Cycling, Ultra Cycling, and Swimming.
No matter what your goals are; if you are ready to work, All Day Endurance will go the distance to get to you there. No goal is to small or large for an All Day Endurance athlete if we put the right plan behind it.
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