Taking the knowledge learned and used from the endurance sports world we apply these key proven elements when working with adventure athletes.
Being in the best shape possible for your adventure means most importantly that fitness and strength are not a limiting factor and this allows you to maximise your time and enjoyment.
We also help you with your psychological training which allows you to prepare for Antarctic travel, summiting the worlds highest mountains or rowing across the Atlantic.
Adventures are personal endeavours into the wild and unknown and we can design training plans for you. There are no limitations here, if you dream it up and we can train you up.
Personally, I have spent time training or competing in the Himalayas, Andes, Pyrenees, Alps, Atlas Mountains, Iceland, the Middle East and have surfed all around Europe and the Canary Islands, while also running training camps for endurance athletes across the Globe.
E3C Adventure Athletes
Victoria Carroll – Atlantic Rower
@vicc88 is training to compete as a pair in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, a 3000 mile rowing race across the Atlantic. She has an extensive background in river rowing but will be working with e3 Coaching to prepare mentally and physically for this epic endurance challenge. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out www.tidewayodyssey.com for more information!
Preet Chandi – Solo Unsupported Antarctic Expedition
@polarpreet “My name is Preet, I’m a British Army physiotherapist and my goal is to complete a solo unsupported expedition in Antarctica. A distance of over 700 miles and I’ll be hauling everything I need in a pulk (sled) behind me, including all my food, fuel and tent. My aims for this expedition are to inspire others to achieve anything they want and redefine what is possible. I wanted to work with somebody that is as excited and motivated about my goals as I am which is why I chose to work with Jon!” polarpreet.com
Sara Crosland – Mountaineer & Adventurer
@saracrosland “Lockdown has given me the opportunity to think long and hard about future goals. Before my brain tumour diagnosis, I’d planned on completing Mont Blanc or Kilimanjaro. Having given some thought to both of these I thought why settle for just one? So I’ve set myself the challenge of 2 big summits in 2 years. All being well, Mont Blanc is in my sights for 2021 and I aim to climb Mount Kenya in 2022. Why MK instead of Kili? Because to reach the true summit, there is a 21 pitch technical climb involved! I love a challenge, to prove to myself and others that, with the right mindset, there really are no limits to what we can achieve. Before that though, there’s the small matter of my first 100k ultra in the Lake District. This is a deferred entry from 2020 and I can’t wait! I feel very lucky to have found myself a coach who shares the excitement of a challenge, and who I know will put me in the very best position to complete all of these successfully. Thank you Jon!”
Alex Buisse – Adventure Photographer
@alexbuisse “So as soon as lockdown restrictions eased in May, I headed straight back up the mountains with renewed enthusiasm. And with the help of Jon Fearne of E3Coach and his endurance training plans, I have felt really fit for the first time in, well, quite a while. And I am very excited for what the fall and winter will bring!” www.alexbuisse.com
Wendy Searle – Solo Ski to the South Pole
@betweensnowandsky was the fastest solo unsupported person to the South Pole in 2020, becoming one of only 7 females to achieve this goal.
Ian Holdcroft – Atlantic Rower
@Ianholdcroft successfully rowed the Taliskar Atlantic Challenge.
Nahla Summers – Kindness Adventurer
@Nahlasummers is completing a mammoth challenge of travelling 4800 miles on an Elliptigo bike, going through 20 countries completing a kindness challenge in each country.
Ed Stubbings – Baikal Solo Unassisted crossing
@breaking_baikal from the 1st March 2021 will be attempting an unsupported and unassisted crossing of the 640 kilometre length of Lake Baikal in support of The Prince’s Trust.