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Mark Fenner [Fenz]

- Head Coach -

Our simple philosophy with FTP Training is to transform your cycling performance leaving no stone unturned and no avenue untravelled to unlock your ultimate performance.

I’ve been involved with cycling since I was 10 years old. My passion for cycling has led me to race both road and mountain bikes in England and Europe, which led me into learning more around the science behind the sport. I love helping others achieve their absolute best – I’ve lectured Sports and Exercise Science, Anatomy and Physiology in England, been an outdoor educator and motivator at The Scots College and have received several qualifications from degrees to certificates.

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Fenz Rider Testimonials

Steele Von Hoff

A world class athlete and great guy talks about his journey with FTP Training and being trained by Fenz (Mark Fenner)

Jack Haig

The achievements and success of Jack Haig is extremely impressive. Listen to what he’s done & his training with Fenz (Mark Fenner).

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Christie-Johnston

IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness Team Owner, Andrew shares his thoughts on FTP Training & Fenz’s (Mark Fenner) involvement in this highly successful road team.

 

Recent Blog Posts

When the Wheels fall off Website 630 x 400

When the wheels fall off

As both an athlete and a coach I have faced the inevitable period in a season or during a training block when everything just seems to fall to pieces. The very best laid plan or the big goal you have been working towards for the past 6 months seems like it is suddenly just not going to happen. HOW DO WE GET BACK ON TRACK?

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PLANNING YOUR OFF SEASON website

Planning Your Off Season: When To Take A Break

Establishing an off season used to be quite easy when I lived in the UK as the natural seasons of the year could be used to determine the all-important time off and the subsequent start of next seasons training. With so many events and races all over the country and world these days structuring a season’s training can be increasingly difficult.

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