A little about me...
Endurance Sports and Nutrition Coach
Born and raised in Maine, Remy lived in lots of different places before settling across the country in Portland, Oregon. Remy has a Bachelors degree in Cultural Anthropology and is certain she uses that every day. After leaving a stressful job managing a new wine bar in the city she rediscovered her love of exercise and fitness. Working out made her feel stronger and more confident and she wanted other people to experience that feeling too. So, she became a personal trainer. She quickly realized that her clients needed more than just twice a week sessions to reach their goals. They needed help planning and help with nutrition and more overall support. So, she became a nutrition coach. It seemed to her that the people with goals like climbing Mount St. Helens, or running a 5k, or any endurance challenge did the best at reaching their goals and having fun doing the hard work. So, she became a triathlon coach. Combining all of her knowledge and skills gives athletes the most comprehensive training plans and support. When Remy isn't coaching, training or racing you can find her curled up with a book, hiding out in the woods or exploring new places.
Bachelors Degree – University of the the South (Sewanee) – Anthropology
USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Coach
TrainingPeaks Level 1 Certified Coach
Certified Nutrition Coach – Precision Nutrition
National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
Competitive swimmer since 4th grade
Podium Finisher at National Championships
Top 5 Finisher at World Championships
Personal Trainer for 10 years
Triathlon Coach for 7 years
Nutrition Coach for 5 years
Endurance Sports Coaching
Tackle your first event or take your racing to the next level.
For athletes looking to fuel performance or anyone on a mission to improve their diet.
“Happiness, not in another place but this place, not for another hour but this hour”
I turned 50 this year and am stronger and more fit than I’ve been for at least 20 years. My back doesn’t hurt anymore, my blood sugar is down, my cholesterol is down, my blood pressure is down, my weight is down (still more to go) and my body doesn’t hurt at the end of my work week any more. It feels good to fill out the top of my t-shirt more than the bottom of it. I am also now a triathlete! As important as all of that, I feel good about my health and fitness now. All day baby!"
I didn’t have a fitness goal when I started working with Remy for a After a few months of strength training she asked if I'd like to do a triathlon. I told her she was crazy, that I didn’t run, haven’t swam for 15+ years, and have a bike that is gathering dust in the garage. She said it didn’t matter, I didn’t have to run, and no one cares about the bike, and reminded me that I know how to swim. Next thing I know, I am running 3 miles, I have purchased a new bike, have gotten back in the water, and am signed up for the Girlfriends and Dudes Triathlon.
UPDATE : Julie has won numerous local races and is now training for her first 70.3 in Cabo.