Aaron Scheidies

Seattle, WA
 Coach

Aaron Scheidies is a USAT Level 1 Certified Coach and licensed Physical Therapist. A graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in Exercise Physiology, Aaron has coached World Champion Paratriathletes as well as Ironman World Championship qualifiers. While at Michigan State University, Aaron was the President and Founder of the MSU Triathlon Club and he has also played an integral part in paving the way for future growth in the Paratriathlon sport. Aaron is an 11 time World Paratriatlhon Champion and has set the World’s fastest time for anyone with a disability at both the Olympic (1:57:24) and Ironman 70.3 distances. (4:09:54).

Monthly fee: $200
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Athletic Highlights
  • 2016 USA Paralympic Team (Cycling)

  • 2011 ESPN ESPY Award Finalist "Best Male Athlete with a Disability"

  • 7 x ITU Paratriathlon World Champion PT5 (2002, '03, '06, '09, '14, '15, '16)

  • 4 x Ironman 70.3 PC World Champion (2009-2012)

  • 3 x National Blind/VI marathon Champion and Boston Marathon Champion

  • 2 x USA Para-Cycling National Champion (Time Trial)

  • 4 x USAT Paratriathlete of the Year (2006, '13, '14', '15)

  • World Record at Olympic distance for Paratriathletes (1:57:26)

  • World Record at 70.3 distance for Paratriathletes (4:09:56)

  • 10 x USAT Paratriathlon National Champion

Coaching Highlights
  • Coached Paratriathlon World Champions

  • Coached Amateur athletes to qualify for Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii

  • Coached MSU Triathlon Club (200-2004)

  • TRX Strength Instructor

December 17, 2019

Many people want to find the coach or the product that is the “secret” or “hidden gem” that will give them an edge on their competition.  When they think they may have found this secret, they want to keep it to themselves and not tell others. Part of this may have been true 30 or more y...

September 3, 2019

It's one year out from the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games and it's widely acknowledged that it’s going to be hot and humid at the games.  In fact, the “Real Feel” will likely be well over 100F when we race.  The heat affects everyone, but the rate and way in which it affects us and how our...

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"Smile Through Pain"  ~ Aaron Scheidies
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