Kenny Lehman was born and raised in Mars, PA, but his roots go back to his family in Bermuda. A graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Kenny spends his days as a Sales Manager. The rest of his time is spent mentoring and coaching 14U girls softball, and growing Victory Multisport. Endurance and Ironman training began in 2011 when Kenny was tired of his status quo and was ready for more. As a 7 time Ironman finisher and 20+ running and swimming marathons completed, Kenny's goal is to finish what he started and to be the best husband, father, friend and coach he's designed to be. Knowing he was meant to impact others, starting Victory Multisport was the obvious next step in his journey to further his mission. He's married to Sayward and together they have three children, Spencer, Lorelei and Ian, and the cutest puppy Rosie.
Over the years, Jeff has cut his teeth and gained a wealth of knowledge in endurance multisport. He has completed 10+ Ironman 140.6 races, 25+ Ironman 70.3, and many other distances. In addition, he has qualified for Olympic National Championships four times and made Ironman All World Athlete three years in a row. Over the years, Jeff has spent much time educating himself and researching cutting-edge training methods.
Jeff is a Level I USAT Coaching and is certified in Metabolic Analysis. He continues to broaden his education within coaching and the sport to guide his athletes better. He enjoys working with my athletes, being a part of developing athletes, and laying the path to help them achieve their goals.
Jeff’s coaching uses a technical approach, leveraging the latest technology methods like PNOE Metabolic VO2 testing to understand athletes better to build a science-backed plan based on the athlete’s physiology and not guesswork. He also focuses on building resilience in athletes to prevent them from injury and improve longevity in life and the sport. Some resiliency strategies tie into Cold/Hot Therapy, Muscle Mobility/Pliability, and Strength Training concepts.