BrianMac - Coach & Web Master
Click here to see the progress of Brian's Athletes over the years. Several athletes have represented Great Britain at a junior and senior level in their preferred event.
2016 to date: Coaching combined event athletes at Lincoln and Wellington Athletic Club (LWAC).
2003 to 2018: British Athletics Coach Tutor & Assessor delivering coaching courses and conducting coach assessments.
2002 to 2016: Coaching sprint, middle distance and combined event athletes at the Chelmsford Athletic Club (CAC). Coaching male and female athletes aged 15 to 30+ years of age.
2009 to 2016: Member of the 400 metres British Athletics National Coach Development Programme (NCDP).
2000 to 2002: Coaching sprint, middle distance and combined event athletes at Cambridge University. Coaching male and female athletes aged 18 to 30 years of age.
1984 to 2002: Coaching sprint, middle distance and combined event athletes at the Harlow Athletic Club. Coaching male and female athletes aged 11 to 25 years of age.
Sports Coach Website
1996 to date: Designed, developed and maintained the "Sports Coach" website that provides training and coaching advice worldwide for athletes, coaches and students studying sport-related qualifications. "Sports Coach" is recommended for GCSE and "A" level PE students by Edexcel and PE Teachers by the TeacherNet website.
Read the Sports Coach Biography page to find out why and how the website started and how it developed into the popular site of over a thousand pages that it is today.
Journals and Books
In 2003 Brian joined forces with Electric Word plc, the publishers of "Peak Performance", to launch "Brian Mackenzie's Successful Coaching" and in 2005 they launched "Your Personal Trainer".
2003 - 2007: Editor of "Brian Mackenzie's Successful Coaching"
2005 - 2007: Editor of "Your Personal Trainer"
2005 - Produced the following books:
2004 - Produced the following book:
Brian has competed in a variety of sports including tennis (played at Wimbledon), squash, race walking, football, rugby, archery and running. His preferred sport is running, which he first became interested in when he was 15 years old. Over the years Brian has competed in track, road, cross country, fell and mountain races (Ben Nevis, Ben Lomond, Snowdon) over distances ranging from 5km to 50km. In 1997 his running exploits came to an end following a spine operation that resulted in nerve damage to the left calf muscle. Brian continues to train 3 or 4 times a week with aerobic workouts comprising of cycling or spinning.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - The Open University (Computing and
The Worshipful Company of Educators
Brian is a member of:
Claim to Fame
Singapore AAA championships 1969 - Silver medals in the 20km & 50km race walk.
Personal Best Times
The following are Brian's personal best times for various distances and events.
The Conqueror Virtual Fitness Challenge
During the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, I signed up to "The Conqueror Virtual Fitness Challenges" and completed a number of the challenges.
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