EverydayTraining is Steven Lord and Jo Carritt.


With over 20 years experience of racing elite age-group between us and more than 50 Ironman finishes (including over 30+ Ironman podium finishes), we have represented GB at European and World Championships since 2005 and have competed at Kona numerous times. Our wide-ranging experiences and our own individual training approaches give us an excellent background to provide the help that you need in balancing your training, racing and fitness ambitions within your working and home life.


steven’s bio

Frequently charged with ‘bloody ridiculous’ volumes of training, Steven’s reputation for putting in the hours transcends him.


Self-coached throughout his highly successful triathlon career Steven has built a simple but effective training philosophy based on a basic repeatable, volume oriented training week progressing through the build towards your key event, or as an ongoing means to improving your efficiency and enjoyment of endurance activities.


This approach applied to himself has seen Steven Qualify for Kona six years consecutively. Steven is also a ASA Level 2 Swim Coach and currently works with his local junior swim squad.


Steven’s Website

jo’s bio

Jo’s triathlon career began in 2004 and through her love of racing saw her gain National (2007), European Ironman (2008) and ETU (2009) age-group championship titles, and 7 Ironman podium finishes (5 wins) between 2007 and 2010. 


This is reflected in her training approach with a big focus on pace, power and heart rate all building towards a target race performance - without neglecting the enjoyment factor.


Now racing as a Professional Ironman and Ultra- Triathlon triathlete, Jo has enjoyed success both whilst being trained by triathlon legend Scott Molina, and since 2012 as a self-coached athlete.


Qualified with BTA level 2 coaching certificate, and ASA level 2 swim teaching award, Jo’s broad experience of  training and coaching methods and racing experiences will help you achieve your triathlon goals.


Jo’s Website