ABOUT US

Sweat 7 started with one person, kiwi triathlete Sam Warriner, who had a passion to help other women realise their fitness goals and extend themselves much further than they ever imagined.

The energy behind Sweat 7 is best described in Sam's own words:

"I first started coaching athletes through Sweat 7 at the beginning of 2008. After having raced at an elite level for eight years and immediately after the Beijing Olympic triathlon, I decided I'd like to start putting back into the sport by helping others and the Sweat 7 concept was born."

"I first started coaching athletes through Sweat 7 at the beginning of 2008. After having raced at an elite level for eight years and immediately after the Beijing Olympic triathlon, I decided I'd like to start putting back into the sport by helping others and the Sweat 7 concept was born."

It also gave me an opportunity to put my teaching background and four-year Physical Education degree (with a focus on endurance sport and exercise physiology from the West Sussex Institute) to good use!

I then followed up with eight years practical experience at various secondary schools in both England and New Zealand, teaching and coaching students.

In my first season of coaching others (2008/9) I not only helped numerous athletes achieve goals across events such as Half Marathons, Half Ironmans, Olympic Distance Triathlons, and Sprint Distance Triathlons but I also finished my own racing season, ranked the Number 1 Female Triathlete in the World (ITU World Cup Winner).

I love being busy, setting goals, and working toward them ­ hence the name 'Sweat 7'. Sam Warriner ­ Energy, Attitude, Training, 7 days a week!

I'm proud of the training programmes I set for others ­ I believe in setting each training program specifically for the needs and daily commitments of each individual athlete.

I have one guiding philosophy that underpins all planning and communication with athletes: If they are prepared to commit the time to a goal they deserve 100% commitment by me to help them reach that goal.