Are you interested in…
- a personalized training plan based around your races, goals, and performance,
- weekly review of your training,
- plan changes for sickness, injury, busy-ness, or improved fitness,
- unlimited communication for questions, feedback, and expertise?
Then, a running coach might be for you.
Do you appreciate…
- no quick fixes or shortcuts,
- hard, and smart training?
Then, I might be the running coach for you.
I only take a limited number of coaching clients, because I’m a quality-over-quantity type person. If you want one-on-one coaching, then fill out the application. You’ll hear from me within a few days — if I have an opening and I think we’d be a good fit, I’ll let you know. If not, we’ll discuss waiting list options or I’ll direct you to another reputable coach.
How It Works
- If accepting into my coaching program, you’ll get one-on-one personalized coaching based on RRCA-certified principles
- Each week you’ll receive workouts build around your fitness to help you reach your goals. We’ll review your training and make any adjustments
- You’ll have unlimited communication with me to ask your questions or get changes to your schedule if your day doesn’t go as planned
- Quit anytime you want, no contracts!
What You'll Get
- Every week you’ll receive your workouts via Final Surge, an online workout scheduler accessible via web or phone app
- Weekly schedules allow for review and adjustments for missed workouts, illness, a need for harder workouts, life, etc, etc
- Expertise at your fingertips with unlimited communication for questions, feedback, coaching through email, phone, text, however you like
- Race day strategy, day-to-day issues, pep talk, stern talking-to, it’s all included.
$40 / month
No contracts, pay-as-you-go.
I’d love to answer any questions you have.
Do I need a coach?
Everyone can benefit from personal expert advice. If you’re tired of always questioning your decisions in training and races, if you’re always wondering if there is a better way, or if you’re wondering if your running up to your potential, having a second, objective voice can really push you further than you could do alone.
Coaching is for those who want to improve efficiently and with support. It’s not just for “fast” runners – it’s for those who are willing to invest time, work, and money into running. You pay hundreds for shoes, equipment, and races. Why wouldn’t you invest some of that to improve your running?
What are your certifications?
I’m certified to coach adult runners through the Road Runners Club of America.
What if I get injured, busy, etc and don't want coaching anymore?
There are no contracts. It is pay as you go. And if you need to stop, I’ll even pro-rate a refund for any unused weeks.
I don't think I want one-on-one coaching right now, will you still write me a training plan?
Yes, I do that for a flat fee. Check it out here.