with Jack Hoffman
with Mark Caballero
$80 per Month
$200 per Month
Jack, a RRCA certified coach, has a long running and coaching background. As a high school athlete he won 2 state track championships as well as a state championship runner-up in cross country. Jack followed his high school success with a collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin. At Madison Jack was a 5 time All Big 10 performer and an All American on the track as well as a member of the powerful Badger cross country team. Jack was the 1981 Track and Field team captain and winner of the Walter Dieke award given to the top UW performer each year.
After his graduation Jack retired from elite level competition but, along with his wife Julie continued to run recreationally. As the demands of family and career lessened Jack began a new chapter as a masters runner. Over the past decade Jack has become a national class age group runner at distances from 5K to the marathon. Along with his rebirth as a runner Jack discovered a passion for coaching and has helped dozens of runners of varied ages and experience levels to achieve their goals including multiple Boston Marathon qualifiers, a number of whom qualified in their first marathon.
As a nationally ranked triathlete and TEAM USA member, Mark enjoys training and competing with high-level athletes. However, he also enjoys his role as a coach to guide age group athletes to their goals. He has helped a range from first time triathletes all the way to others reaching the podium at Ironman branded events. He often leads clinics and does private coaching with an emphasis on using data and training tools to eliminate training mistakes and maximize racing potential.
Mark is the Associate Director of the Human Performance Assessment Core (HPAC) at Marquette University, Mark is responsible for VO2max w/ lactate analysis, submaximal, anaerobic performance, body composition, and bone density scanning.
Mark has been teaching undergraduate lab courses in the Department of Physical Therapy, Program in Exercise Science at Marquette University since the fall of 2014.
He received his M.S. from Marquette University’s Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Health Science (CTRH) graduate program in 2016. He focused on team-based aerobic exercise interventions (triathlon, cross-country running, and mountain biking.
Website: Mark Caballero