About Aerobic Power
Aerobic Power is a premiere multi-sport organization and facility in Northern Alberta, providing the highest level of coaching, experience and education for beginner to performance focused endurance athletes. Aerobic Power’s coaches come from a strong background of racing accomplishments and coaching certifications. We are excited to operate in a brand new training facility, providing the best environment for all our athlete’s training needs.
Aerobic Power Coaches
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- Kevin Masters
Kevin Masters BKin, NCCP Coaching Level 1 Triathlon, Level 1, 2 Cycling
Aerobic Power Training Systems Head Coach
Kevin has completed ten Ironmans, including two Hawaii Ironman Championships. His best finish came in 2003 at Ironman Canada with a time of 9 hours 36 minutes. He has a best time of 1 hour 58 minutes in the Olympic Distance triathlon, and at the Half Ironman distance, Kevin has a best time of 4 hour 6 minutes.
Kevin also competes in the individual disciplines, including category 2 bike racing. His running has personal bests of 34 minutes in the 10 km, 75 minutes in the half marathon and 2 hours 43 minutes in the marathon.
After a four year break from triathlon to focus on business and family Kevin returned to Ironman Whistler 2013 where he finished in 9:40 with the fastest run time of all age groups and seventh amongst professionals.
Most of Kevin’s clientele are not elite athletes. He considers them just the same though, as they are all working towards their own unique goals.
Kevin’s desire to continually improve his own development as a coach, and his focus on the improvement of each of Aerobic Power’s athletes is what he feels makes athlete’s consider Aerobic Power Training Systems for their training.
- Kristina Schultz
AFLCA Certified, NCCP Coaching Level 1 Swimming, NCCP Triathlon Level 1 (Trained), FreeMotion & Keiser Spin Certified
Kristina Schultz grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, but has lived in Sherwood Park for 24 years. At a young age, swimming was her passion. She was a competitive swimmer with the Edmonton Blue Fins Swim Club and then later, with the Edmonton Keyano Swim Club. She is a mom of two beautiful children.
Over the years, Kristina has taught the following classes: Strollercize, BabyWorx, Pre-Natal, Running, Triathlon, Cycle, Boot-Camp and Adult Swim classes. At the age of 30, Kristina decided to enter her first sprint distance triathlon, which consisted of a 750m swim, a 20km bike and a 5 km run. To her surprise, she won the event overall! After that race, there was no turning back… Kristina is a 2 Time, ITU Olympic Distance Age Group World Champion (2010 in Budapest, Hungary and 2008 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).
Kristina has been named Triathlon Canada’s Female Age Group Athlete of the Year (18-39) in 2005, 2008 and 2010. Kristina has raced as an Elite Professional (Olympic distance, draft legal) in the ITU Pan American Cup with 2 top ten finishes in 2011. She has also raced as a professional and elite age grouper in various 5150 (Olympic distance, non-drafting format) races across the United States. New Orleans, Kansas, Des Moines, Miami, San Diego, just to name a few. Those efforts earned a few dollars and top 6th spot finishes. Kristina believes ANYONE at ANY level, shape or size can train for a triathlon and would love to help one reach their individual goals!
- Jen Ashton
Can-Fit-Pro PTS, AFLCA Certified, NCCP Triathlon Coach (trained), ViPR Certified, IOM Level 1 Certified, CPR/First Aid Certified
Whether your goal is to be stronger, to lose weight, or to decrease your health risks, Jen will design the right exercise program for you, no matter your age, fitness level or ability.
Jen personalizes your training - listening to what you want and providing you with a fun, safe and effective exercise program. As a Personal Training Specialist Jen strives to help you obtain optimal physical function. While you get stronger and build confidence, you’ll also be working to prevent injury and disease. And as you achieve your fitness goals, Jen will encourage you to raise the bar and challenge yourself further.
In 2005, Jen became a registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Her experiences on the ambulance allowed her to see firsthand the importance of living a healthy and active life. With her medical knowledge, outlook on health and her love of fitness Jen was inspired to become a Certified Personal Training Specialist in 2010 to guide individuals towards living their best functional life. Jen continues to upgrade her training qualifications to stay current in an ever changing industry.
Fitness, health and athletics have always been a big part of Jen’s life. Growing up in Edmonton, Alberta, she spent hours as a child on soccer fields and in hockey arenas. When she was 15, she bought her first YMCA membership and has been weight training ever since. Jen took up the sport of Triathlon in 2012 and plans to complete a Half Ironman distance in summer 2015. These days Jen fills her spare time with weight and triathlon training, snowboarding, hiking, road biking and running.
- Lisa Ulrich
Lisa Ulrich is a top amateur triathlete with more than 10 years experience in the sport. She was previously a competitive swimmer at the national level before getting her start in triathlon. Lisa regularly places at the top of her age group, and was 5th in her category at the 2014 ITU World Championship Grand Final in Edmonton. In 2015, Lisa placed 4th in her age group at Ironman Coeur D'Alene, with the second fastest female swim split overall.
Lisa joined Aerobic Power's coaching team in early 2014. She is a Kinesiologist, a CSEP-Certified Exercise Physiologist, and she has NCCP training in Triathlon (Comp Intro in training). Lisa's passion is introducing new people to the sport of triathlon, and helping triathletes achieve their goals and dreams.
- Marc Meunier
Following an elite level hockey career Marc began working with many elite junior, college and professional hockey players from all over the world. It was very gratifying to watch these players attain their fitness goals but something was missing. Marc missed the training and competing himself and was looking for something to fill the void. When he met his wife Susan who already involved in triathlon, Marc decided he would teach himself how to swim and buy a road bike so he could train with her and try something different. This experiment turned into a passion and the hockey conditioning was replaced with swimming, biking, running and racing all over the country. To date, Marc has completed 7 Ironmans including the World Ironman Championships twice in Kona Hawaii with a time of 9:40. Marc has also completed 15 marathons, with a personal best time of 2:41, including Boston, Chicago, New York, Phoenix, Victoria, and Sacramento.
He also enjoys cross country running and has completed the 6 day Trans-Rockies run in Colorado and the 75km Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim.
His desire and focus to constantly achieve personal best times is addictive to those around him and translates well to endurance coaching