RUNNING

COACHING

ONLINE 1 TO 1 COACHING

HOW IT WORKS

We will discuss your current training programme and where you think it can be improved. After completing an assessment we will have a better understanding of what training works for you so we can design a specific plan so you can achieve your goals

GOAL SETTING

We will set process goals that will help you achieve your main objective

MESSAGING

Two way messaging through the app so we can stay in regular contact

LONG TERM PLAN

Not just focusing on this season but where you want to be in the future

COACHING CALLS

Monthly coaching calls to review your progress & set new goals

ACCOUNTABILITY

There to help you stay on track so you can completed your targets

PRIVATE GROUP

Access to the private group on the app to connect with other runners

£39.99 fortnightly

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STEP 1

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Book in a coaching call to discuss your current training and future goals

STEP 2

We will design a training plan based on your running  assessment & goals

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Start to specifically train to your needs so you can fulfil your potential

STEP 3

GOAL SETTING

As the athlete you should set your own goals for what you would like to achieve, focusing on your long term development

When setting goals it is important to look at where you are starting from so you can set a time frame to reach your goals

RUNNING

ASSESSMENT

The running assessment will look at your speed, aerobic power and aerobic capacity and different components within them

 

Depending on your goals and running assessment we can then put a plan in place to maximise your potential

BESPOKE TRAINING

There are many way of training as a distance runner so it is important you understand what works for you and work with a long term plan

My philosophy is simple

"Find the optimum training load to maximise improvement which we can build on each year"  

Too many athletes get stuck in the "more is always better approach" and this is simply not true