Joe Beer has been personally training and advising numerous amateur and professional clients since 1991 including
Scott Neyedli – 2013 Ironman Wales winner & British Middle Distance Champion, Scottish record holder 8h17min
Vicky Gill 2014 – European Long course Bronze medallist, Ironman UK 4th and Ironman 70.3 5th; Outlaw winner and course record holder 2013.
Blake Pond – RTTC top 10 time triallist, multiple course record holder, 18:33 10-mile and 47:56 25-mile 2014 PBs.
Legendary Cyclist Graeme Obree – National Champion 1997 and 18:27 10-mile PB
Pro Triathlete Eric Harr, the UK’s first Ironman winner Matt Belfield (Lanzarote 1999) and former UK record holder Alan Ingarfield.
He has assisted others such as 24-hour RTTC Bronze medalist Andy Cook, multiple Veteran National Champion podium finisher & UWCT 2015 qualifier Debbie Sheridan, Age Group, National, European and World Duathlon A/G Champion & Powermac Arizona 2015 winner Lee Piercy, Powerman Geel winner and European Gold medal duathlete Emma Dews, Age Group World Duathlon Champion 2009 and 2010 Ian Cardy, multiple Ironman Hawaii qualifiers plus many other athletes.
He was voted the inaugural 220 Magazine Coach of the Year in 2004 and was Runner Up in 2007 and 3rd in 2010. He is also a British Triathlon qualified coach.
He is supported by a range of top companies including Scott Sports, PowerBar, Rotor UK, Speedo, Neovite, Club La Santa, DryRobe and CEPsports.