3 Simple Strategies to Improve Sleep Quality [5]

The majority of my clients are professional sailors that compete in short course racing, lasting anywhere from 3-4 hours of cumulative racing time each day. Sleep is key to prioritize recovery for the next days competition and training. So, for today’s blog, I will address some of the basics of why quality sleep is important and…

Client Training Program: Ian Storck

Ian Storck recently graduated from Dartmouth where he sailed on the college varsity sailing team.  He has been a two time member of the US Olympic Development Team and also this past summer trained in the M32 with aspirations to get to the Youth Americas Cup.  Now out of college, he begins his journey searching…

7 Easy Steps for Clean Eating On The Go [4]

Feature Photo: SPT Coach Mike Kuschner and 49er Olympian Francisco Andrade Sailing athletes have busy lifestyles and these 7 easy steps for eating while on the go should help to remain focused on your goals. Between the love for fitness training, sailing training, regattas, travel, making a living, and eating in between, there’s often so…

Why Coaching is Important [3]

photo: Adam Werblow, St. Mary’s College of MD Varsity Sailing Team Head Coach, inducted into the Intercollegiate Sailing Association Hall Of Fame and honored with the Graham Hall Award for Outstanding Service by a College Sailing Professional.  As a kid, all of us sailors relied heavily on our coaches for the guidance and experience to…