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I was a middle school English teacher for 23 years.

I got you.

I keep training Simple, even when it came to teaching middle school kids.

The only way to be an effective middle school teacher is to be a little crazy and create as much fun as possible.

I was more of a coach than a teacher, convincing, cajoling, and persuading 12 to 14-year-olds that they could be brilliant writers and discriminating readers if they just put in the work.

And most of the time, I was successful.

I had (usually!) a blast, creating a fun, challenging classroom where kids could laugh, try things, fail, and improve their work.

Just think about what we can do together as we keep training Simple.

Certifications and important stuff to help me keep training Simple

  • USA Cycling Level 3 certified coach
  • NICA Level 1 (mountain bike coaching for middle and high school kids)
  • RRCA (Road Runners Club of America) certified coach
  • RYT-200 certified yoga instructor
  • Personal Training (NCCA-certified)

In my past lives, I was a writer and reporter out of college.

I then spent 23 years as a middle school English teacher.

Now, I bring the lessons and experiences of my life to my clients as a coach for runners and cyclists.

I bring my teaching experience to yoga classes to help people build mobility and strength.

My personal training focuses on not just helping people get stronger, but helping them move more comfortably.

Our goal is to keep training Simple!

And in training to reach their cycling and running adventure goals, I can help clients learn to value the process of training and goal setting, lessons that can bring joy and health for the rest of their lives.

I want to help clients discover the same joy of learning that many of my students did in middle school!

I’ve Tried a Lot of Different Sports

As a kid, I played basketball, football (the coaches put my tall, skinny self on the line, and I got crushed), baseball, and, in high school, a lot of tennis.

Lifelong asthma has always been a challenge for me, but endurance sports shaped my life.

I did:

  • cross country skiing: Birkie and some other marathon events plus shorter races
  • rowing (eight-man crew) in college
  • bicycles: riding and racing road, mountain, cyclocross, and commuting
  • running: a lot of 5 and 10k races and finished one marathon – which was enough for my knees
  • plus hiking and rock climbing
  • I’ve also been a high school and middle school basketball coach.

These days, I primarily ride my bike.

While I like running, especially on trails, if it comes down to a choice between running and riding, I just love being on the bike.

I strength train two to three times a week, and I teach five yoga classes a week, in addition to my own practice.

My Family Supports My Work as Coach, Personal Trainer, and Yoga Teacher

My amazingly tolerant and supportive wife Kate and teenager Sarah continue to support my athletic addictions and business ventures.

They constantly remind me that the process of training that keeps me happy is more important than any result.

We live just outside of Milwaukee.

Even when I train Kate and Sarah, we keep their training simple: full-body strength work!

We Offer the Process of Training You Need to Reach Your Goals

Simple Endurance Coaching builds a program of endurance training, strength training, and yoga to help you find your adventure.

With yoga, we practice breathing, mobility, and building strength.

Get healthier, stronger, and more fit with Simple Training personal training.

Keep training Simple with Simple Endurance Coaching.

Let’s Talk About How to Keep Training Simple

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As an endurance coach, personal trainer, yoga Teacher & instructor, I keep training simple by focusing on what works and what's fun.

I’ve tried a lot of different sports

As a kid, I played basketball, football (the coaches put my tall, skinny self on the line, and I got crushed), baseball, and, in high school, a lot of tennis.

Lifelong asthma has always been a challenge for me, but endurance sports shaped my life.

I did:

  • cross country skiing: Birkie and some other marathon events plus shorter races
  • rowing (eight-man crew) in college
  • bicycles: riding and racing road, mountain, cyclocross, and commuting
  • running: a lot of 5 and 10k races and finished one marathon – which was enough for my knees
  • plus hiking and rock climbing
  • I’ve also been a high school and middle school basketball coach.

These days, I primarily ride my bike.

While I like running, especially on trails, if it comes down to a choice between running and riding, I just love being on the bike.

I strength train two to three times a week, and I teach five yoga classes a week, in addition to my own practice.

My family supports my work as coach, personal trainer, and yoga teacher

My amazingly tolerant and supportive wife Kate and teenager Sarah continue to support my athletic addictions and business ventures.

They constantly remind me that the process of training that keeps me happy is more important than any result.

We live just outside of Milwaukee.

Even when I train Kate and Sarah, we keep their training simple: full-body strength work!

We offer the process of training you need to reach your goals

Simple Endurance Coaching builds a program of endurance training, strength training, and yoga to help you find your adventure.

With yoga, we practice breathing, mobility, and building strength.

Get healthier, stronger, and more fit with Simple Training personal training.

Keep training Simple with Simple Endurance Coaching.

Want to know more about what you can achieve? 

My purpose with Simple Endurance Coaching is to help cyclists and runners achieve their goals with more strength, endurance, and mobility. 

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Paul Warloski is a: 

  • USA Cycling Level 3 Coach
  • RRCA Running Coach
  • Training Peaks Level 2 Coach
  • RYT-200 Yoga Instructor
  • Certified Personal Trainer