Our Philosophy

Sonic Endurance is dedicated to helping athletes of all abilities achieve their endurance goals. We understand that no two athletes are alike and the response to training is an individual process. We regularly incorporate field-based testing and functional movement testing in order to assess an athlete's progress towards their goals. It is our mission to develop a plan that uses your training time efficiently while preparing you to accomplish or exceed your goals.

We are committed to providing you a personalized plan based on the latest research and your time constraints, limitations and fitness level. We believe that any individual is able to make gains regardless of perceived ability. While some coaching companies offer different service levels and price points, we are committed to providing all athletes with the same frequent, individualized support. Our coaches work collaboratively and utilize their diverse backgrounds to develop a comprehensive training strategy. While you will have an individual coach, your success is important to everyone at Sonic Endurance.

Latest Articles

Team Red White & Blue Trail Camp - By Alex Cabrera

A couple weeks ago I had the great opportunity of meeting Dave James Tzakanikas, whom I had never heard of but happens to be a well known ultra running champion. Our Team Red White & Blue chapter had organized a trail run with him in Danbury, CT. I did the logic thing to do when people don’t know something, I googled him. I was in shock when I learned about Dave, his story, his records and his road to becoming a world champion. I was even more ecstatic of the fact that I was about to go on a run with him. During the trail run we talked about running (shocking).  Dave suggested I should attend the 2014 Team Red White & Blue Trail Running Camp as the 2013 camp was soon approaching and he wasn't sure if I could still get in. I did not know much about trail running but the idea of attending a camp seemed interesting.

Ironman Mont Tremblant - by Jen Jarvis


My goal was to stay away from the Ironman crowds in the days leading up to the race.  The hype gives me unnecessary anxiety.  Kevin and I drove the bike course Saturday after I checked in my bike. We drove along 117 and then up the Chemin Duplessis.  I knew the course would be hilly, but I had no idea it would be that hilly.  I was speechless.  After driving it, I began readjusting my expectations for the race.  I knew that in order to have a successful Ironman debut, I had to stick to coach Kelly’s race plan and not let my nerves or excitement get the best of me. 

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