Chris Janzen is the founder of TriathleteMind.com and author of 8 ½ Steps to Making 2012 Your Best Triathlon Year Ever! and Race Faster Now, an essential guide of insights, advice and winning tips to improve your triathlon race day performance. He is a contributing expert to ESPN, CNN, Active.com, Runner’s World USA, and 220Triathlon magazine – the UK’s biggest selling triathlon magazine – and a member of the Association of Applied Sports Psychology.
For more than 20 years Chris has been a passionate and inspiring coach, mentor, and trusted advisor and is dedicated to helping athletes and non-athletes to unlock their potential and exceed their own expectations of what’s possible.
Chris is an expert strategist and coach in developing the clarity, mental strength and emotional endurance necessary to master the inner game of triathlon — the critical foundation for every triathlete’s performance. He is a life-long student and passionate practitioner of peak performance psychology and emotional mastery to achieve extraordinary results for his clients. He has a profound understanding of what drives behaviour, decisions and motivation and how to remove internal conflicts in order to maximize the athlete’s success in one of the world’s most demanding sports.
A successful and ambitious athlete in his own right, Chris has won championships in five different sports, including becoming a three-time National Champion and a World Number 1 ranked amateur. He’s competed in super-sprints, sprints, team relays, Ironman 70.3 and full Ironman triathlons. He has been a highly-regarded advisor and trainer to some of the world’s top performing companies such as Apple, Vodafone, eBay, Microsoft, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, IBM and Intel.
Regardless of age, triathlon experience, current level of competitiveness or future ambition, Chris knows with absolute certainty that everyone can increase their level of success and fulfillment and can make their dreams become reality.
Chris founded TriathleteMind.com to help triathletes tap deeper into their full potential in order to train better, race faster, achieve their personal best in record time – while experiencing more fun and enjoyment along the way.
Originally from Canada, Chris now lives and works in London, UK.
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