Todd Wiley – Head Coach

Todd has been in competitive sports both as an athlete and a coach for close to 25 years.

Todd’s athletic background started when he was 11 with age-group swimming. He started competitive running when he was 13. Todd ran at the division II level in collegiate track and cross country for Kutztown University where he was a two time All-American. He still holds school records for the 5000 (14:28), and the 10000 (30:13). After completing college in ’94 he began his triathlon career. While in ’98 winning the Duathlon World championships and placing 3rd over-all in the Triathlon Worlds champs, he was named triathlete of the year by USA Triathlon. He has been a professional triathlete ever since. Todd has completed 10 Ironman events including 3 at the World Championships in Hawaii with a PR of 9:10. He has completed 10 marathons with a PR of 2:37.  Todd has also been a guide for elite blind triathlete Aaron Scheidies.  One of the highlights of his career was guiding him to a World Championships at the 70.3 distance where Aaron set a world best for visually impaired athletes of 4:09.

Todd has coached athletes at every level from age-group swimming to collegiate running and triathletes of all abilities. His coaching started when he was 18 at the age-group swimming level. Todd went on to coach both at the collegiate and high school levels coaching track and cross country. He is a certified Team In Training triathlon coach where he is currently the head triathlon coach for the Eastern PA chapter. While being the coach for TNT he has coached over 900 athletes to successfully complete events from the sprint distance to the half-ironman distance with a 100% finish ratio. He has his own coaching business, coaching athletes on a one to one basis.  He has worked with USA Triathlon as a regional athlete development coordinator, completed their Elite mentorship program at the Olympic Training Center and was a member of the regional council.  Contact Todd at

Rob Muller – Cycling Coach

Rob has Bachelor of Science degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park PA as well as a Masters degree in Engineering from Drexel University, Philadelphia PA.  He knows how Power Meters work and understands the science behind them.

Rob is an USA Cycling Coach, Level 2 Certified, and Specializes in Power Based Training and Racing.  Rob is also USAC Power Based Training Certified.  Additionally, he has attended numerous seminars and clinics from two of the most renown power meter experts in the world- and authors of “Training and Racing with a Power Meter”- Mr. Hunter Allen and Dr. Andy Coggan.

Rob has been training and racing for over 3 yrs. with a Power Meter.  He has a Cycleops Pro 300PT trainer for indoors and a Power Tap 2.4 SL for his road bike.  All of the athletes he coaches (both triathlete’s and cyclists) train and/or race with Power Meters.  Rob also conducts performance tests with power meters for athletes.  In addition to bike racing and coaching, Rob is also a USA Cycling Certified Level II Coach and Offical.

Rob believes in training smarter..and training with science..not myth!

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Fernando Paredes – Strength Coach

Has been called “Bucks County’s #1 Fitness & Performance Coach” has over 15 years experience and is a sought after expert in the areas of functional exercise, core training, fat loss, lower-back reconditioning and sports performance training in the greater Bucks/Phila region.
He is a contributing fitness columnist for PhillyFIT magazine, has appeared on CN8’s “Your Morning” show, WFMZ Channel 69 News and The Philadelphia Inquirer because of his innovative exercise approach.
Fernando is the expert other trainers turn to for advice and has gained the reputation as the ‘go-to’ source for anyone interested in attaining lasting results and achieving their true potential.
He owns Fusion Fitness Studio, a private training facility in Doylestown, PA, which offers cutting-edge programs and personal instruction to all levels ranging from rank beginners to the most serious athlete.

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