No Limits Endurance prides itself on offering a variety of coaching options with coaches who are leaders in their field. We believe that every athlete who comes to us is on their own individual journey and no two athletes are the same or have the same needs. Our coaching options fit in with your lifestyle and your goals and we know we can assist you to meet those needs, be it significant work commitments, family commitments, injury or adversity, we will work with you to find what is right for you. At No Limits Endurance we truly believe that there are no limits. See coach profiles below and visit the CONTACT US page if you would like to get in touch. 

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Rob Paterson

Rob first started coaching in 1985 when he took over his karate dojo from his instructor who had taken up triathlon. His passion for coaching and education has lasted over 30 years across a variety of sports with triathlon and AFL his main two coaching passions.

Rob has completed an exercise science degree and masters in management as a mature aged student, and believes in continual learning and growth. This comes through in his approach to coaching and the way he learns from, and with, his athletes.

In 1991 Rob was involved in a serious cycling accident which left him confined to a wheelchair, not one to let any challenge get the better of him, Rob has since kayaked up the east coast of Australia, raced in the World Masters Games, and completed multiple full and half marathons. Between 1992 and 1998 Rob coached triathletes full time worked with multiple world class age groupers from Olympic trough to Ironman distance events.

In 2012 Rob reignited his passion for triathlon and with the help of Craig Percival he became a 2x finisher of Cairns Ironman and qualified and competed twice in the Handcycle category the World Ironman Championship, Kona. Rob also completed over 10 half Ironman events all around Australia. The past few years have given Rob another bank of experiences he can call on to help you be your best and achieve whatever you would like to.

Rob believes that there truly are “No Limits”!

  AMANDA MEGGISON    About Amanda:  Amanda didn’t really find her running stride until the age of 32 when the guilt of driving to work in peak hour made her re think her mode of transport. From this day, she started running to and from work, approx 22km per day. From here she started entering fun runs and at the age of 37 she ran her first marathon, finishing in a time of 3:34. After running marathons for a few years, Amanda started exploring the longer 100km distances after being inspired by the No Limits Endurance Founder Craig Percival.  Amanda loves running the city streets and beach esplanades but her true love is spending time running on the trails and in the mountains.  Finding her competitive streak has seen Amanda go from strength to strength on the trails and despite it being quite a solo sport, she enjoys the social and community spirit of running and sharing her passion for goal setting, improvement and exploration.    Trails and the ultra endurance distances is where I found my true love and passion for running. To run amongst nature and to be alone with my thoughts gives me a certain calm that I find no other place. The trails are a place where time stands still. My endurance-racing career started 1 week after I turned 40; its never too late to challenge yourself and set yourself outside your comfort zone. When I am not running the trails, I love running the city streets knowing I am using 100% human power to get from A to Z and all that is in-between makes running such a satisfying way to move our bodies.    Specialty:  Trails and bitumen running  Newbie runners including new mums and over 40+ females who are looking for a new physical challenge   Qualifications:  AIS Community Coaching (General Principles)  Athletics Australia Level 1 Community Athletic Coach  Athletics Australia Level 2 Intermediate Recreational  Running Coach   Coaching Philosophy:  Set your intention. Be consistent. Know your WHY.   Advice for new athletes:   Don’t rush the process, learn to adopt patience and your running legs and endurance will find you.     Most memorable runs:  Surf Coast Century 100km September 2016 running with an inflamed SIJ and still managed a 14min PB and podium spot (2nd age group) and my first 100 miler (actually 112 miles) November 2017 where I finished 1st female.   Interesting fact:  100% Plant-based (vegan)   Follow Amanda  on Instagram - @plantedlifeau   

AMANDA MEGGISON

About Amanda: Amanda didn’t really find her running stride until the age of 32 when the guilt of driving to work in peak hour made her re think her mode of transport. From this day, she started running to and from work, approx 22km per day. From here she started entering fun runs and at the age of 37 she ran her first marathon, finishing in a time of 3:34. After running marathons for a few years, Amanda started exploring the longer 100km distances after being inspired by the No Limits Endurance Founder Craig Percival.  Amanda loves running the city streets and beach esplanades but her true love is spending time running on the trails and in the mountains.  Finding her competitive streak has seen Amanda go from strength to strength on the trails and despite it being quite a solo sport, she enjoys the social and community spirit of running and sharing her passion for goal setting, improvement and exploration.  

Trails and the ultra endurance distances is where I found my true love and passion for running. To run amongst nature and to be alone with my thoughts gives me a certain calm that I find no other place. The trails are a place where time stands still. My endurance-racing career started 1 week after I turned 40; its never too late to challenge yourself and set yourself outside your comfort zone. When I am not running the trails, I love running the city streets knowing I am using 100% human power to get from A to Z and all that is in-between makes running such a satisfying way to move our bodies. 

Specialty: Trails and bitumen running

Newbie runners including new mums and over 40+ females who are looking for a new physical challenge

Qualifications: AIS Community Coaching (General Principles)

Athletics Australia Level 1 Community Athletic Coach

Athletics Australia Level 2 Intermediate Recreational  Running Coach

Coaching Philosophy: Set your intention. Be consistent. Know your WHY.

Advice for new athletes:  Don’t rush the process, learn to adopt patience and your running legs and endurance will find you.  

Most memorable runs: Surf Coast Century 100km September 2016 running with an inflamed SIJ and still managed a 14min PB and podium spot (2nd age group) and my first 100 miler (actually 112 miles) November 2017 where I finished 1st female.

Interesting fact: 100% Plant-based (vegan)

Follow Amanda on Instagram - @plantedlifeau