Personal Online Coaching
Welcome! This program is for anyone who runs or wants to get started. If you want to feel your best, get fitter and stay healthy then you’ve come to the right place. Chad is a former professional runner (Asics) that coaches professional runners in Boulder, CO. He also coaches athletes personally online from any distance 800m-Ultramarathon. With Chad you are getting guidance from a true expert to maximize your potential.
With this program you will get:
- A weekly training plan tailored to you.
- Unlimited contact with your coach through text or call.
- Your coach will help you adapt training during your busy life and keep you injury-free.
- Lifting plan with guidance.
- Preventative rehab plans.
- Mental coaching.
Kaela Edwards (Adidas) – 1:59 800m, Silver USA Indoor Championships, 9:00 3k, Rome Diamond League 5th
Skylyn Webb (Saucony) – 4:11 1500m PB (4:22 previous), 2:02.0 800m (2:02.4 in 2018)
Mandy Camara (age group 35-39) – Completed 100 Miler, 20:39 5k PB (29:45 previous), 170 mile single week
Matt McMahon (30-34) – Completed 100 Miler
Antonio Roca Diaz (25-29) – 70:12 Half Marathon PB (72:25 previous)
Keegan Thomas (High School) – 15:21 5k PB (15:39), State Champion Oklahoma
Cedric Clotilde (40-44) – 7′ PB in 20k
+ Dozens more happy and healthy athletes ranging from ages 16 to 65
My belief is that customization is key for every athlete. Everyone has a different body and responds differently to varying stimulus. I’m proud of the fact that I will never give out a cookie-cutter training plan. My training approach is very methodical and progressive so you won’t plateau or get injured. We will work all facets of running your best like mobility, strength as well as endurance and speed. When you are focused on optimization you will get the best out of yourself while feeling great.
Personalized Coaching/Unlimited Access
6 Months- $660
12 Months- $1200
How does this work?
- Fill out the short form at the bottom of the page (button above ^ will take you directly there).
- I will contact you through text or call and send you my short intake form (this helps me learn your profile as an athlete as well as your training history to see what will work best for you for a truly customized plan).
- We will have an intake phone call to discuss the form to best reach your goals and formulate a plan together.
Chad grew up in upstate New York. He discovered his love for running in middle school and later was coached by former Virginia Tech runner, Robb Munro. With Munro’s guidance he quickly became one of the nation’s top high school runners.
Chad first ran at the University of Oregon and ran sub-4 minutes in the mile. He went on to run at Oklahoma State University under Coach Dave Smith. With Smith, he upped his volume and improved on the grass, running the 8k cross-country in 23:45. Chad was the NCAA 1500m Champion in 2015, and a 5-time All-American. Professionally, he signed with Asics and moved to Boulder, CO. For 4 years he raced internationally in Europe as well as winning meets such as Mt. SAC Relays, the Grand Blue Mile and Payton Jordan.
Chad ran in the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials 1500m but was hampered by an Achilles injury. Injuries were a common theme during his running career. After retiring from pro running he began coaching.
Through first hand experience and learning from the best coaches in the world, as well as studying all the literature on training Chad has developed a methodology that works for runners of all levels.
“Chad is the most flexible, realistic, and patient coach I’ve worked with. Since my post collegiate running, I struggled for a year of staying consistent. Because of his patience and faith in me, despite a year of inconsistency on my part, I am now finally in a good place with running in part to Chad’s coaching ability and relationship I’ve built with him. I am also feeling healthier and stronger than I ever was when I was a collegiate athlete. As a collegiate athlete I was injured often, only being healthy to compete in 5 of my 15 seasons. With Chad’s training I have been able to train hard, see improvements, and most importantly fall back in love with the process of training again, all while staying injury free. Along with a running program, Chad has provided me with clear warm-up and cool-down drills, a lifting program, critiquing form, and pushes me to be consistent.
If you’re looking for someone to help you fall back in love with the process and to be a healthier, faster you, I highly recommend Chad as he has a wide breadth of knowledge to share and truly cares about his athletes well being.“
“I came to Chad as the most stubborn, hard headed ultrarunner ever! I was intimidated at first by his knowledge and training as well as the idea “What can a track star offer someone like me?” Still, we connected right away and I knew I was going to need REAL training if I was going to run 100 miles in just a few months. At the time, that was my only goal. The problem I had was that while I was performing well, I was also quite injured and could barely walk between events. Since having Chad as my coach, I have been injury-free and I’ve dropped my 5k time by over 10 minutes! He has taught me how to train, be graceful with myself, and think big-picture, thus reinforcing the truth that there is more in me than I believe. Endless gratitude!”
“Two of the biggest problems I’ve had with running, both as an elite high school athlete and a D1 competitor, have been overtraining or improper training. Either I would push myself too hard, or my body simply could not handle the workouts given to me. Yet even when I would train on my own, a new problem arised: I still never had the security and confidence in my workouts that I would normally have with a coach.. Then, when I would finally settle on a workout to do, I would often change it halfway through, less out of bodily issues and more out of mental doubts. Having Chad as a coach has resolved all of these dilemmas; knowing that I have a former NCAA Champion who has experience from a plethora of elite coaches and different training plans, I no longer feel doubts about my training. Better still, I don’t waste hours of time trying to find a workout anymore. If at first I was worried about paying money for a coach, I’ve come to realize that the extra time I have each day due to not writing my own workouts—as well as the confidence in the plan I am given—are certainly worth it.”
To learn more or start now, please fill out the form below and I will be in contact with you:
Boulder, CO. email@example.com