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Chris Edwards and Rene Sepulveda


Author & Coach Rene Sepulveda has tailored running and core fitness programs to a wide variety of clients at all levels and ages. Many of these programs focus on increasing sports performance and returning from injuries (rehabilitative training), while others focus on weight loss and muscle building. In 2013, Rene launched his highly popular training groups programs for Tough Mudder events, The Men's Health Urbanathlon and Spartan races.

Author & Executive Coach Chris Edwards. Chris is recognized as a mentor in teaching those around him the skills of positive self-esteem and to enjoy the ups and downs of life experiences. Chris's releases have ranked in the Amazon top 100 in "Self Esteem Self Help" and in "Self Help Short Reads".
Chris's releases include 90 Days to a Glass Half Full Lifestyle and 2 Hours Unplugged: Unplug & Reconnect and is a continuation of the series. 2 Hours Unplugged: Unplug & Reconnect launched as a #1 New Release on Amazon in the "Information Theory" Category containing books on technology and their impact to quality of life.

Together the two have partnered on a series of books focused around fitness, sports history and healthy life balance.

Their most recent endeavor is a book series, beginning with book 1 of a 3 part series. The book series is titled Coach Robert Sepulveda, An Alamogordo Tiger Tale of the Historical Crossroads of Football, Track & Field and Cross Country In Building New Mexico Pride. The book series begins with the Alamogordo, New Mexico athletic program in 1916 and progresses through today. Book 1 of 3 is available now and covers 1916 to 1976. Book 2 1977 to 1996 will be released on August 1st, 2020

The book is a comprehensive history that tells the stories of the many personalities from 1916 to 1996 that influenced New Mexico interscholastic sports in Track and Field, Cross Country, High School Football and beyond. Coach Bob Sepulveda had the longest consecutive State Track & Field Winning streak in the 90s of any New Mexico Coach. The book highlights the records and the stories of hundreds of athletes. The book series takes on the tough issues of the launch of national high school interscholastic sports standards, integration in the 50's and 60's, Title IX implementation and girls interscholastic championships, the politics around high school football and more. The book series contains the records of 100s of high school athletes, rich in dialog and interviews with athletes, coaches and community members. It tracks the successes and failures of some great athletes & coaches. The central characters in the book are Coach Bob and Marilyn Sepulveda paired with a variety of characters that played a role in the program success of the Alamogordo New Mexico Track and Field, Cross Country & Football programs. While the story is focused on a small town in New Mexico; it is national in scope; as many associated coaches and athletes had a national or international influence in athletics, politics and world events with the common theme of all being touched by the Alamogordo Track & Field, Cross Country or Football programs, Coach Bob Sepulveda and his legacy.

Books by Chris Edwards and Rene Sepulveda

Coach Robert Louis Sepulveda The Early Days by Chris Edwards and Rene Sepulveda. Book cover
Coach Bob Sepulveda, New Mexico Coach of the Year for boy's track; 1982, 1991 and 1996. Received the NHSACA Region 8 Coach of the Year in 1982, 1991 and 1996, Section 6 Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1996. Along with his wife Marilyn, both, received the New Mexico High School Coaches Association Level IV Coaching Milestone ring in 1989. He and his wife Marilyn were inducted into the Alamogordo Tiger Hall of Fame in 1988. Coach Bob Sepulveda was named the head track coach in 1969 and during his 27 years as head coach his teams won 19 District Championships, 5 State Championships, 1 second place finish and 5 third place finishes.
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