With over 30 years of experience, Jamie Silber is a highly accomplished coach and athlete. He has spent the majority of his career preparing people of all ages and abilities for anything that may come their way physically, mentally, or emotionally. From completing Ironman triathlons to keeping mobility into old age, Jamie goes out of his way to ensure that his clients succeed. He believes that whether you’re 6 or 65, your goals should be endless, and it all starts with a foundation built on a trust.
Jamie graduated from UCSD with degrees in Psychology and Exercise Physiology. He is also the founder of the LA Tri Club, a CrossFit L2 trainer, and Certified Mobility WOD Coach. As an athlete, Jamie is a 12-time Team USA triathlete and recently placed 4th in his age group at the ITU World Triathlon Championships. He has completed seven Ironman triathlons, including the Ironman Hawaii World Championships. Jamie is the primary Oak Park Coach for triathlon training and he actively bridges the gap between CrossFit methods and endurance culture.
His endurance background started early on as as an elite runner in high school. When confronted with poor air quality in southern California, Jamie learning the value of nasal breathing from Yoga instructors . This spurred on his curiosity to make functional breathing a staple of his coaching. Currently coach Jamie a certified Oxygen Advance Instructor. He asses Functional Breathing with of his clients and provides interactive experiences on how to apply breath protocols to sports and every day life.
CrossFit Level 2
USAT Level 2
MovNat Level 1
MOB WOD Coach
Oxygen Advantage Inst.