Marc Prutton, founder of PT Systems, may be one of New Zealand’s most successful but low-profile professional endurance sport coaches. Marc has coached athletes to become road cycling and BMX World Champions, World Triathlon and Duathlon representatives, Coast to Coast one-day top 3 finishers, Commonwealth Games top five finishers and is the current U19 New Zealand National Men’s Road Cycling Coach.

Along with being a real people person, one of the keys to Marc’s success comes from having a unique mixture of racing experience and education.  He has years of elite level racing experience on the velodrome and road and has competed around the world and against top international riders. When he retired from elite cycling, Marc took up triathlon and went on to win a bronze medal at the ITU World Cross Triathlon championships in Canada in 2017.

Marc has completed a two-year Diploma in Sport and Recreation, Cycling Australia Level 2 Coaching certificate and UCI Level 3 Coaching Diploma from the World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Switzerland,  as well as exercise prescription certificates gained from his time as a strength and conditioning coach prior to the inception of PT Systems back in 2008.

PRICING

We know what its like to be an athlete and would prefer you spending your valuable time training than working. So, we have very competitive rates to allow this.

$40 a week

 Gets you unlimited contact with Marc Prutton, his knowledge and

 experience to work together as a team towards your goals.

 * Day to day Programming and power analysis.

$120 a week

 Gets you unlimited contact with Marc Prutton, his knowledge and

 experience to work together as a team towards your goals. Along with a One on one

 Training session or appointment with him a week.

 * Day to day Programming and power analysis.

 * Weekly session or catch up.

For more information, regarding pricing or plans, please feel free to contact us using the contact details at the bottom of the page. Or follow us on Facebook, by clicking the Facebook icon at the bottom of the page.