Luke Tyburski is an endurance adventurer, motivational speaker, health & wellness coach as well as the founder of The Ultimate Triathlon. Tyburski constantly leaves a trail of inspiration of what’s possible for others, in order for them to achieve their best. Since retiring from a life of professional football, Tyburski suffered badly with depression. His salvation was the world of extreme endurance sport.
With a background in Exercise Science, Tyburski had been an athlete his entire life, but decided to change the direction of his life, and eventually became an Endurance Adventurer. Creating The Ultimate Triathlon, a 2000km in a 12-day cross-continental swim, cycle, and run from Morocco to Monaco; giving himself four years to transform his injured footballing body into an ultra endurance machine, with a dream of potentially having this challenge made into a leading documentary.
Alongside the physical aspect of his new life, Tyburski set out to build a brand, as well as creating a sustainable business from his experiences of adventures, speaking, writing and the training of others to achieve their ultimate goals of improving their own personal health and fitness.
Additionally, Tyburski has run 255km in a week through the Sahara Desert, lived with Nepalese runners in the mountains of rural Nepal and took part in the world’s highest ultra-marathon titled The Everest Ultra, and also survived days in a tropical Chinese forest without any food, water or money. The ultimate adventurer and motivational speaker, Luke Tyburski speaks of experience delivering the highest of peak performances, whilst also enjoying it every step of the way.
To book Luke Tyburski as the leadership speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When he’s at corporate events, Luke is known to cover the following topics:
- My Inspiring & Motivational Transition From Broken Down Injured Footballer, Suffering From Clinical Depression, To Ultra-Endurance Machine
- Living Outside Your Comfort Zone – Achieving Goals Through Discomfort
- Change Your Mindset, Not Your Wardrobe
- Why We Don’t Eat Salad For Breakfast- Live The Way You Want, Not How We’ve Been Instructed To Survive
- Confidence In The Kitchen- Cooking Is Easy, Choosing What To Eat Is The Difficult Part.
“Luke came in to Richmond Park Academy after I’d contacted him through the Inspiring the Future website. He knew he was coming to speak with a range of students, and we had students from Years 7-11 attend his talk. The students were really engaged especially when Luke talked through some of his life changing experiences. What seemed to make the most impact was when Luke talked about how he used his moments of failure to reflect and find ways to improve. They were also really interested to note Luke’s passion for living life to the full and take chances, regardless of other people considering his plans impossible. I would recommend any organisation bringing him in to talk to students or adults alike. His stories of endurance and adventure are inspirational.” – Keira Pritchard, Work Related Learning Coordinator, Richmond Park Academy
“Luke presents at our course regularly, and has been for 12 months now. He speaks with motivation and passion about his endurance challenges, and the room is clearly inspired as they listen and interact with him during his talks. Luke is easy to listen to, captivates his audience, and gives empowerment to those in front of him. I highly recommend Luke as a motivational, educational, and inspiring speaker.” – Matthew Snedden, Tigrent Learning UK Teacher, Legacy Education Alliance, Inc.
“Luke spoke at the National Triathlon Show and was well received by all who attended. His story of how he planned, completed and recovered from his incredible feat is gripping from start to finish. His 30min talk was well paced, clearly delivered and broken up neatly with short videos to add context and colour to his presentation. In short, a thoroughly enjoyable, humorous and inspiring account of an incredible feat of endurance.” – Liz Barrett, Deputy Editor, 220 Triathlon Magazine.