ERIC LANE has been designing programs for individuals of every caliber: age group swimmers, masters swimmers, cyclists, mountaineers, triathletes, world class swimmers, football players, and athletic enthusiasts. His strength lies in finding a workout that is enjoyable, challenging, and most importantly, gets results.
Training and Competition
Coach Eric earned four collegiate varsity letters, finalled at both Big East and ACC Conference Championships and set four collegiate records. He was awarded nine varsity letters for multiple sports in high school, held a Connecticut state swimming record, aquired a powerlifting total of over 1,400 lbs, topped 13 mountain peaks over 13,000 feet, have broken 55 MPH on a longboard, and trained his dog (Cadence) for the physical and service-animal requirements she needed to become the first dog on record to officially cross the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim.
Coach Eric has trained athletes from the age of 4-77 for activities including swimming, triathlons, track, football, tennis, golf, mountaineering, and power lifting. His trainees have ranged from professional mothers, to iron-man competitors, to Olympic Trials qualifiers and current members of the US National Swim Team and Israeli National Team. Coach Eric sees any physical challenge as a goal to be achieved, and combining experience with creativity he can work together to create a vision and a plan to achieve YOUR goals.
Having studied Civil Engineering at Clemson University where Coach Eric was also captain of the swim team, he became intrigued by the way structure, design, strength, and mechanics are related.
Whether it’s a bridge or a human body, the principals of physics apply to any system. Through phases of adaptation and growth, your body can become your machine.