Martin Hill & Matt Hill
BTF L3 Coach & Certified Trisutto Coach
Martin has been coaching for over 25 years – and has competed at all distances in triathlon and running for even longer. Prior to moving to Spain, he was Head Coach of a triathlon club in the UK. He now coaches individuals on a 1-2-1 basis online as well as on camps.
Triathlon coaching has been a major part of Martin’s life since progressing through the British Triathlon Federation coaching system and continually keeps up to date in developing his coaching – he is a Personal Trainer, was one of the first group of coaches to undertake the Swim Smooth Certification and has progressed to become a Certified Trisutto Coach, working with Brett Sutton as a mentor.
Before becoming a full-time coach in Spain, Martin successfully combined a career in aerospace engineering with training, competing and coaching. Therefore, as a coach, he fully understands how to balance the limited amount of time a full-time career requires with the demands of successful training and competing.
Using his coaching knowledge and life experiences, Martin applies functional and realistic coaching advice to all his coached athletes – both on-line and at camps – and ensures everyone gets personalised attention.
IRONMAN Certified Coach & ASA Swim Coach
As a former competitive swimmer – to National level – Matt knows what is required to compete at a high level and uses his knowledge to work with athletes to help them achieve their goals.
Matt is an ASA Swim Coach, an IRONMAN Certified Coach and is currently also working with Brett Sutton to become a Certified Trisutto Coach. Matt is a Personal Trainer specialising in Postural Assessment and Corrective Exercise and has a wealth of knowledge on movement patterns and has a keen eye for observing and analysing the movements of individuals and can provide specific help for any areas that could be improved, whether it be in their posture or ability to perform a skill.
Matt started coaching at a young age when he became an ASA Swim Coach helping in his swim club – whilst still competing himself. Later Matt moved on to be the Assistant Head Coach for a British swimming club – and was responsible for the development of the junior squads, coaching them through to the performance/youth squad.