‘Running is feeling better and better! I am noticing my HR and pace starting to sync up a bit more and happy to report nothing HURTS. I usually get knee pain or soreness and I have not had that since we started.’ ~one happy, injury-free athlete
Thank you, as always, for your support and feedback. I feel very positive about progress made and happy training times over the past months, and about the potential that the many upcoming months hold. That’s a wonderful feeling. ~Elite athlete making the most of our pandemic times
‘I wanted to send much love and just let you know that you made an incredible impact in my life. And for that, I am truly and always grateful.’ Successful & Psyched Leadville 100 Finisher
Thanks for your all support this year, especially giving me a kick in the butt when I needed it, but in a kind way. There is no doubt in my mind I would be injured if it wasn’t for your guidance. I am really grateful to have you as a coach! ~Dopey Marathon Competitor
‘Fast forward to race day, we both crushed it with him excited about crushing his goal and turns out I hit numbers and broke records that I didn’t even think I would have gotten close to this year. I have complete faith in your coaching and I am always surprised at what happens come race day even if that race day is not a typical race day (virtual).’ ~Super speedy triathlete (that just keeps getting faster and faster!)
Thank you for your support! I think about the weeks and months that went into refining my running form everyday. I went from a runner who was always achy and fighting with knee pain, believing I’ll never be as fast as I once was. Now I am perfecting my running focusing on speed and enjoying the challenge of running again. My progress is really a testament to your coaching. ~Injured-no-more Speedy Runner
-Used humor, insights, and data to motivate me.
-Reminded me to pace properly in the beginning of races so I can balance my effort and achieve negative splits.
‘Alyssa Morrison, an endurance coach based in Washington, D.C., says that while she normally defers to the advice of race directors, every recreational runner’s preference is valid. She says many of her clients use music.’
“Some athletes use headphones because there is a lot of injury involved in running,” she says, adding that many clients download or curate playlists with songs timed to specific beats-per-minute cadences. “People are actually using it as a means to minimize risk for injury.”
Thank you so much for your support and guidance this year. I’ve learned so much and am really enjoying the whole process. I’m really grateful for all the time and knowledge you’ve given! Virtual high five! ~2nd Place Overall Finisher, Waterman’s Half Ironman