Meet the team

Our Online Coaching services can help a large range of people achieve their best. Our athlete coaches plan out a progressive build of workouts / physical activity for you.  The coaches take into account your past health history, current fitness levels, health and fitness goals, availability of time, and resources you have access to.

Your weekly program will be displayed in the webpage and phone application Training Peaks each week. The following weeks training schedule is planned out in response to data and feedback from the current weeks exercise regime that you have uploaded.

Athlete Coach: Quite often athletes, amateur or advanced struggle to plan out their training schedule and unfortunately this often is reflected in a number of ways: inconsistent training, poor or plateau of performances, injuries, too much same and a lack of specific and quality workouts.  Our Athlete Coaches make personalised plans for you to reach your goals, whether it be a faster park run or winning an ultramarathon, we can help.

Click on a team member to find out more about them.

Serene Lee

Corrie Johnstone

Corrie Johnstone has been a Triathlon Australia Accredited Development Coach since 2013 and is currently completing her candidacy for the Performance Coach accreditation. Corrie additionally holds Certificates 3 & 4 in Fitness. She has extensive experience in coaching beginner to advanced athletes to multiple personal bests, age group podiums, and World Championship qualification in both Ironman and Ironman 70.3 distances.

A triathlete herself for 4 years, Corrie has personal experience racing various distances of triathlon and has completed eight 70.3 distance triathlons with a number of top 10 age group results, as well placing 3rd in the Overall Pursuit Sprint Series 25-29F in the 2014/2015 season. She is currently an A grade female cyclist in WA, placed 2nd in the State Open/Elite Road Race Championship in 2017, was 1st Female at the ATTA 2018 Hill Climb Championship and Overall Female Winner of the Goldfields Cyclassic 2018.

Meghann Bullen (Nee Coffey)

Meghann completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) in 2016 from the University of Newcastle, after which she joined the Australian Army as Physiotherapist.

Meghann aims to help people recover from injuries without the need to stop training or doing the things they love. Meghann can help through dry needling, manual treatment, exercise therapy and strength and conditioning development.

Meghann has extensive experience working with chronic and acute musculoskeletal injuries in private practice, outpatient clinics, emergency departments and with sporting teams. Meghann was accredited as an Australian Strength and Conditioning coach in 2018 and assisted physical trainers with the development of human performance training within the Army at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane. Meghann has had the privilege of being the Physiotherapist for the Australian Defence Force Hockey team and the Australian Army Ruby Union team during their international engagement tours to New Zealand and Tonga respectively.

Meghann is particularly interested in managing running injuries as a keen runner herself. Meghann has been running ultra-marathons for the last eight years and recently set the female record for the Margaret River Ultra 80kms in 8hours and 24minutes. When she is not working or running Meghann enjoys learning to surf, free diving or spending time with her German Shephard Storm.

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