Bex Stubbings – Head Coach
BeXtrifit is led by Bex Stubbings who discovered a passion for Triathlon very quickly and has been involved in the sport for over 10 years as an athlete, a coach and a Technical Official. Bex completed her degree in Accounting and Financial management, before deciding to re-train as a coach in order to pursue her true passion and help other realise their own ambitions within Triathlon.
Bex has worked with athletes of all abilities including complete novices to Paralympic Gold medallists and particularly enjoys the challenge of working with different athletes to help them achieve their goals. Bex also coaches Chiltern Tri Club, is a trustee for The Arctic One Foundation and is a ITU level 2 Technical Official.
Bex believes that a flexible, adaptable and individual approach is needed to enable athletes to maximise their potential and achieve their goals whilst balancing work, family and other commitments.
Formal Qualifications and Recent Relevant Experience
- In the process of obtaining British Triathlon Level 3 Coach.
- British Triathlon Level 2 Coach
- Amateur Swimming Association Level 2 Swimming Teacher
- FutureFIT Level 3 Personal Trainer
- Level 3 Pilates Teacher
- ITU level 2 Triathlon Official
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Emma Templeton – Coach
Emma Templeton has a background in sport and fitness on a personal level having played county level sport throughout school. Since then she has always maintained her interest in fitness and has run half marathons and a marathon, the last one being Windsor half marathon in 2017. She moved into triathlon four years ago, both as a competitor and as a marshal at charity events and is currently focusing on Duathlons. Emma enjoys strength training alongside cardio training and has an interest in getting people involved in sport regardless of their starting fitness. Emma is a Level 1 British Triathlon coach and also coaches children’s rugby at the local rugby club.
Tara has trained with BeXtrifit since we started and decided to qualify as a coach so she could pass on her knowledge to others, particularly beginners who were looking to do their first triathlon.