Frank Adornato has merged the experience of 32 years in corporate management with more than 40 years as a competitive athlete. He shares those experiences with endurance athletes who want a competitive edge, as well as with people interested in a healthy lifestyle, and he provides the tools and motivation needed for better physical fitness, general health, and improved personal productivity. CORPORATE BUSINESS EXPERIENCE: In 2002, Frank retired after a successful and gratifying career at a major Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. There he created and managed departments with staffs of more than 85 people. His strengths include excellent analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills, strong written and oral communications. He has traveled extensively around the world to meet with individuals from industry and government agencies. He has made numerous presentations and lectures to groups as small as ten people and to audiences of more than 1000 people. He has published numerous articles in journals in the field of pharmaceutical regulatory affairs. He was the President of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society. ATHLETIC AND COACHING EXPERIENCE: Frank began running as a member of his Freshman high school X-C track team. Sports and athletics have been an integral part of his entire life. He played competitive tennis for more than nine years, and moved on to the sport of triathlon in 1985. He has been competitive in the sport of triathlon for more than 35 years, traveling throughout the United States and internationally to train and compete. Frank has raced in more than 100 triathlons, including five Ironman finishes, two of which were the Ironman World Championship Triathlon in Kona, Hawaii. He raced as a member of Team USA in the 1999 Long Course World Championships in Sater, Sweden. He has also raced many “fresh start” marathons including NYC and Kona, Hawaii, where he was the age group champ M55-59. Frank continues to train and compete. Frank earned a Fitness Specialist Certification from Raritan Valley College complementing a graduate degree in pharmaceutical health science. He was an invited member on Raritan Valley College’s Fitness Specialist Advisory Committee. He has also been certified as an ASCA Level 2 Coach. In 1995 dba TRI-IT-ALL, LLC, Frank began coaching individuals and groups interested in personal fitness and / or racing competition. He provides personalized training programs, one-on-one coaching and interactive clinics. His clients include novice athletes as well as age group champions in the sports of marathon and triathlon. In addition, Frank also works with individuals who are interested in becoming more productive by being healthier and more fit. Frank has published multiple paper books and e-books and has written more than 100 articles on fitness and competition. He speaks to corporate and community groups on the value of health and fitness to personal and corporate productivity. He is a contributing writer to the Paradise News magazine of Pinellas County.