Meet The Team
Managing Director/Head Coach
Ken is a Level 3 Triathlon Coach, a cycling Club Coach, Athletics Level 1 coach and Swim Smooth Affiliate coach. He has been coaching since 1994 and has coached athletes in all disciplines and at all levels from complete beginners to Commonwealth Games competitors, Scottish and British Champions and Ironman World Championship competitors. He has also competed in bike, run and multisport events for over 30 years covering a variety of distances up to marathon and 24 hour bike time trial. He still has a few events left on his competitive “bucket list”.
Ken is the jack of all trades at Total Endurance but tends to focus on using his vast run and bike experience for bike fitting and run technique analysis. With the knowledge and experience he has gained over nearly 30 years of coaching there aren't many things Ken hasn't seen before and he's passionate about helping you improve.
In his "spare time" he works with Triathlon Scotland as an Academy Support Coach, coaching the elite youth and junior athletes on the Academy Squad.
Kevin is a Level 3 Triathlon Coach. He has been coaching for the last 10 years. He began coaching triathlon swimming for all abilities but especially helping complete beginners to improve their confidence in the water.
Since starting to get fit in 2010, when he was barely able to run for longer than 5 minutes, he has gone onto complete a variety of Swimming, Cycling and Running events as well as numerous Triathlons up to the Middle Distance and has represented Great Britain at Age Group level in European Triathlon (Twice) and World Duathlon Championships (Once). Regardless of your current fitness Kevin will definitely be able to help you reach your short or long term goals.
Kevin deals with the swim coaching and analysis as well as physiology testing and is passionate about helping you improve regardless of your background.
Calum aka Mr Celtman is our Retail manager and will likely be the person who you first meet when arriving at Total Endurance. He tends to focus on the more extreme side of Triathlon, favouring the XTri events. He has a background in running and loves to chat about all things Triathlon and will be more than happy to give you advice and pass on his expertise.
Bike Maintenance and Sales
Johny has been working in the Cycling Industry for close to 15 years as a mechanic. In this time he has achieved various bike maintenance courses, Bosch E-bike training, Retul Bike Fit, various suspension servicing courses, including Sram and Shimano service training. He has also gained experience and extensive product knowledge from working for various bike shops and serving time as a pro team mechanic.
Johny is a bike nut, he has raced downhill, enduro and cyclocross and continues to ride his bike regularly. He is always happy to discuss anything bike related, whether it be about new bikes, parts, cycling shoes, bottom brackets or ever changing bike standards, he will take the time to answer any questions and to share bike riding stories.
Group Coaching and Training Camps
Tom is a Level 3 Triathlon Coach who bumped in to triathlon by chance in 2009 and was hooked from day one! As a teenager he was a competitive swimmer competing at county level, until the age of 15 when he took a break from swimming until he started triathlon in his late 20s. He has had the privilege of qualifying and being apart of the GB age group team at European and World championships at Olympic distance while at same time starting on the coaching journey within British Triathlon coaching scheme.
Coaching has been his career, starting off in sailing at the age of 14 coaching in the UK for the RYA and all over the world for World Sailing, along with sailing he has coached a wide range of sports in the outdoors over the last 20 years He has an academic background in Adventure Education, which has helped him to link practical coaching experience to the science.
Ewan is a level 3 triathlon coach and has a BSc in Sports Science. He is also an accredited UKSCA physical preparation coach. He has coached triathlon for the last 15 years coaching athletes across the sport from novices doing their first triathlon to Iron distance events. He has also coached Para Triathlon for the Commonwealth Games. He currently coaches with the Triathlon Scotland Academy Squad, is a Triathlon Scotland Coach Tutor and he is studying for a PhD in Sport. He is also keen triathlon participant and has taken part at a number of different distances up to and including the Celtman Extreme Triathlon
“I believe that in triathlon it is about the process and getting the basics right and that an athlete entered approach will allow the athlete to thrive and get the most out of the sport”.