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Kinematic Coaching's philosophy is to educate and provide tailored endurance training to any and all. We want to help you take your first tri steps, or to push your limits to get a new pb, or to provide accountability to an already dedicated athlete. Whatever your goals are, we offer coaching that is individual to your lifestyle and offer daily communication to really get to know those that we work with. 

So far, we have worked with people that have taken their first steps into triathlon, we've also helped athletes to qualify for IM 70.3 world champs & European standard champs and a number of clients have got some massive pb's whilst under the Kinematic flag. 







Amelia Hanley (Level 2 BTF Coach, L4 S&C Coach) is the head coach at Kinematic Coaching.  With an extensive background in sports coaching, specifically tennis and now triathlon, she has coached a number of athletes to their success. Triathlon is Amelia's main passion and she is the Head Coach at David Lloyd Chorley Tri Club, whilst also still being a tennis coach. 

Her philosophy lies within creating robust athletes, regardless of experience and ensuring that all athletes are educated whilst enjoying their training. 

A keen and competitive triathlete herself, Amelia has previously qualified for the 70.3 World Champs and qualifed for Kona in her first full distance IM. She also came 2nd overall age grouper at the Challenge Middle Distance Championships in Slovakia, whilst only being in her second year of training. 












Greg Godley (Level 2 British Triathlon coach) has a background in science education and brings his keen scientific interest into coaching. He has a passion for longevity and the role that endurance sports and strength training have to play in this. After starting to race triathlon in 2019, Greg was quickly fascinated with the physiology of training and soon moved into coaching to support others with the knowledge that he had gained. 


Personal achievements include:

  • Racing at the Ironman World Championships in 2022 in Kona after qualifying at Ironman Bolton

  • Third in the Double Brutal 2022 (double Ironman distance)

  • First in the Brutal 50 Ultra 2022

  • First in Salisbury Plains 50 Ultra 2021


He has coached a wide range of athletes across the endurance sports spectrum, including those preparing for long distance triathlons, a middle distance triathlon winner, marathon runners, an Epic Swims triple crown winner and veterans preparing to ride LEJOG! 


Greg is keen to take on a number of new athletes so if you’re interested, get in touch! 

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