Getting A Training Plan That's Right For You


My clients want to be confident that they are running with proper form and that they are training correctly, so there's less risk they'll get hurt. Many of them have tried following plans in magazines and books, and start working with me when they're looking for someone who can tailor a plan to their hectic lifestyle while still getting the results they want — whether that's running their first 5K or marathon, qualifying for Boston, or setting a new personal best.

To do that, I talk with my clients before starting any program, so I can better understand their goals and how we can achieve them. We either meet in person or online, but good, old-fashioned face-to-face meetings (who has them anymore!?) are great for fixing running form and underlying movement compensation patterns, and have a motivational chat about how to move closer to the goals we've set.