Alyssa Godesky



“Ever since the finish line of my first 50 mile race in 2005, I’ve known that endurance sports would be an important part of my life. Being able to share the lessons they have taught me about dreaming big and investing in the process — and myself — to achieve those goals, has been so valuable.

Helping athletes realize that through accountability, hard work and consistency, goals they never thought possible are within reach is so rewarding.  And helping them find a way to fit their goals into everyday life.…these are the most rewarding aspects of coaching, what gets me out of bed in the morning, and is the inspiration I carry into my own adventures!”


Alyssa has over 15 years experience as an endurance sports athlete. She has been coaching since 2013 and has been competing as a professional triathlete since 2014. Alyssa has finished 33 iron-distance races, including 2 finishes at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii and has completed over 50 marathons and ultramarathons.

Alyssa is also the current record holder for the Female Supported Fastest Known Time on Vermont’s Long Trail. In July of 2018 she completed the 273 mile trail in 5 days, 2 hours and 37 minutes.

Personal Records:

  • IM: 9:33
  • 100 mile: 21:42
  • 50 mile: 7:38
  • Marathon: 3:04


Alyssa works with dedicated athletes of all abilities who have goals and the willingness to put forth consistent effort to work towards them. That hard work is the root of the program: there is no magic formula!

Alyssa’s athletes range from first time triathletes, to seasoned elites, to ultrarunners. She also enjoys working with athletes looking to be healthy and strong to pursue hiking goals, adventure races, FKTs, and whatever else they can dream up!


“Winning is about struggle and effort and optimism,

and never, ever, ever giving up.”

Alyssa Godesky FKT