With Wenzel Coaching
Availability:Accepting New Clients
Client levels accepted:Individual, Custom, Elite Custom, Consultation
- Individual $119/mo
- Custom $199/mo
- Elite Custom $250/mo
- Consultation $100/hr
Associate Coach / Erie, Colorado
“During the time I’ve had Kori’s coaching support, I know I’ve grown tremendously as a cyclist and a person. She is the ultimate mentor and the Wenzel team is better because she is a part of it. Kori knew how to communicate with me in a way where I felt understood, and she pushed my training limits to ensure that my strengths were found or developed. There aren’t enough ways to express the respect I have for her and the gratitude I have for the work she gave over the time we’ve spent together.”
Coach Kori Seehafer of Erie, Colorado brings to Wenzel Coaching over 20 years of cycling training, racing and coaching experience. Kori is a USA Cycling Level 2 Coach and utilizes training and tactical knowledge gained from her many years in the sport to help racers and riders of all levels, specializing in developing women racers to excel in national and international competition as well as coaching riders with diabetes and paracycling athletes.
Kori’s introduction to cycling included triathlons, century riding and tours which eventually led to regional, national and international racing. She understands the full gamut of women’s racing, from riding at all levels in the women’s professional circuit to directing, mentoring and managing local and national teams. Her coaching efforts have resulted in client achievements such as an Under 23 National Time Trial Championship, Collegiate National Championship Road Race medals, and Elite and Masters National Track Championships and medals. Kori’s own career highlights in road racing include a World Cup win, Pan American Championship medals and being selected as an alternate to the 2008 Olympic Team.
Kori’s formal schooling includes a BS in Math Education, which has helped her develop an analytical mind and the ability to teach the basics to entry level riders. She has been involved in various skills and cycling education clinics including USA Cycling Talent ID camps,and enjoys working with young riders. She has taught basic bike maintenance and riding skills in middle school cycling program while teaching math part-time.
Working with Team Type 1, Kori directed, mentored and coached women riders with diabetes. She has a wealth of knowledge regarding riders achieving major physical goals while managing their blood glucose. She wants to see the sport of women’s cycling progress and grow, and plans to be a contributing factor in that development.
Kori works part-time, coaching and tutoring/subbing for math. She formerly taught 7th grade math part-time. She enjoys commuting to the school on her bike, gardening and playing the piano. Her husband Jack Seehafer is currently the USA Cycling Women’s Sports Director and Manager, developing women athletes for the 2020 Olympics. Kori and Jack met on a local ride in Boulder and still enjoy riding together as well as working on their new house and hanging with their cats Jefe and Jezebel.
Events: Cyclocross, Handcycling, Paracycling, Road Racing, Track Cycling
Services: Consultation, Skills Training, Team Direction, Training Programs
Specialties: Athletes with Diabetes, Elite Development, Elite Racing, Master Athletes, Paracycling Athletes, Road Skills, Track Skills, Working Athletes
"I have just started to work with Kori and I am already noticing big improvements in my cycling. She has been nothing but supportive and has called me every week to see how things are going. Her coaching and the training plan has given me the structure I was looking for and a renewed motivation for my sport. I can't wait to start the racing season!" ~ Jessica Kaplan
"I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say how pleased I have been working with Kori. I came to her over-trained, frustrated and full of self doubt. In the short time I have been working with her she has taught me so much and brought my confidence back. We have been having an awful winter here in Massachusetts and she has helped to adapt my plan to accommodate so much indoor riding. Unfortunately I have been sick, but she is quick to make changes to my training plan. She listens to my feedback and is always very encouraging. I am looking forward to working with her as we approach the start of the race season." ~ K. Beard
"Kori recognized my fear of staying at the front and really worked with me on this at Tour of America's Dairyland. I had two serious crashes prior to that year and would sometimes time-trial a race at the rear of the pack and do other energy-wasting things. She made specific race goals for me to help me realize I could feel more confident riding at the front of a race. At the Foothill College Circuit Race, there was some shuffling in the pack and her voice rang in my head and I moved to the front. We were climbing the short but steep hill when I realized no one was passing me. I took the opportunity to break away and held the pack off for another 3-4 laps and had my first big win. I realized, looking back, that the power I held during the race was similar to what she had had me do during my workouts. It was not some miracle that I won but the result of steady training to develop fitness and confidence in my racing." ~ Anne F.
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