Coach, Consultant, Speaker, Writer
Terri Schneider's lifetime involvement in extreme endurance sports reflects her curiosity, zeal and insatiable appetite to experience new cultures and landscapes while pushing her physical and mental limits. Her passion is to share those experiences with others as a coach, consultant, writer and speaker. As a world-class professional triathlete for ten years then an adventure racer and ultra runner, she has raced, climbed and explored in over 70 countries—the more remote and challenging the location, the more enticing. Terri has her M.A. in Sports Psychology and, her B.S. in Exercise Physiology. She is author of Triathlon Revolution: Training, Technique and Inspiration, co-author of Triathlete's Guide to Mental Training, has contributed to two additional books and is now working on her next book. In the Fall of 2011 she lead 4-person Expedition Bhutan on a never-been-done crossing of the country of Bhutan trekking and mountain biking, while they shot a documentary film of their journey (thehappiestplacefilm.com). Terri returned to Bhutan in 2012 to live and volunteer with the Bhutan Olympic Committee and her work supporting Youth and Olympic Sports in Bhutan continues today.