Luke Leleu – The Boss
Tells everyone what to do then ends up doing it himself.
A former wind-surfer, all round sports enthusiast and chocaholic, Luke was dragged into the Triathlon world by son Harry who had been competing for several years and at the time was the current bronze medallist at youth level in the British Duathlon Championship.
Having spent several years dutifully following his son around the Triathlon circuit, Luke realised what a fantastic sport this was and decided he should be part of it.
After becoming an occasional competitor it became apparent that Luke would do better by utilising the commercial skills he has developed running a successful business than relying on his athletic prowess and after a chance meeting in February 2012 the idea of Tri It Sports was born.
James Woodward – Sales
Sells stuff with a winning smile! (Must be thinking about all the commission he’s going to get).
James had been working at Westgate Leisure Centre. He is a qualified Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor and Sports Therapist.
Being a keen and competitive cyclist and runner, James has competed and represented Britain in both World and European Triathlon Championships and, as a result, believes that whilst maintaining fitness is essential in a healthy life, that it can also be rewarding and enjoyable. Helping clients to set and achieve their personal goals and encouraging healthy and active lifestyles are key objectives that James promotes, along with Client-Trainer collaboration.
His speciality areas are Rehabilitation and Sports Injuries, Muscle Building and Conditioning, Sports Specific Training, Dynamic Functional Training, Core Stability and Weight Management.
Through motivation, setting realistic goals and making fitness fun, James believes any goal is achievable.
Steve Hasler – Sales
Sells stuff too!
Steve has also competed for Great Britain at the European and the World Championships. Last time he went to the worlds he ended up partying and busting his moves on the dance floor with none other than Ali Brownlee so he comes well connected! Steve was a very keen cyclist, but then turned from the dark side to pursue his interest in triathlon. He has completed his personal trainer’s qualification and Level 2 Triathlon Coaching in addition to his Amateur Swimming Association accreditation.