Feeling stuck with your running?

Run coaching

One on One Run Coaching

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Initial intro call to go over your history and goals

Custom workouts each week delivered via a training app

MONTHLY VIDEO CALLS/CHECK-INS WITH ME

UNLIMITED TEXT AND EMAIL COMMUNICATION 

MONTHLY ATHLETE NEWSLETTER

ACCESS TO AN ATHLETE GROUP SLACK CHANNEL

ADDITIONAL STRENGTH WORKOUTS IF YOU’RE INTERESTED

TRAINING THAT WORKS WITH YOUR LIFE

If you want someone to help guide your training, offer encouragement and believe in your goals – I could be the right fit.

I get it. The last two years have been a challenge for everyone. With races canceled and runcations postponed, motivation can be hard to find. 

My biggest priority is to make running fun for you again. I want you to remember why you love to run in the first place. We’ll work to get faster and stronger in the process. 

$150/mo

3:56 MARATHON PR + MAJOR PRS IN THE MILE, 5K, 10K, AND HALF MARATHON

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PR'D THE MARATHON BY OVER AN HOUR & HAD A BLAST ON RACE DAY

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Natascia, first time half marathoner

Working with Dale is by far the best decision I’ve ever made. I trained with her for my first ever half marathon and it felt so easy. Yes, long runs are always tough especially since it was my first time, but Dale made the schedule so effortless and I felt so well prepared for my race. I can’t wait to work with her for my first full marathon this year! I would recommend Dale to EVERYONE running a race.

Dale made the schedule so effortless and I felt so well prepared for my race.

Ready to get back to running after an extended break?

Download my free “4 Weeks to Get Back to Running” training plan to start building your routine back!

Beginner Marathon plan

PR your Half Marathon plan

Return to Racing 5K plan

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Not ready for one on one coaching? Try a training plan.

Custom training plan (contact me)

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12 weeks

10 weeks

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frequently asked questions

I’m not a “serious” runner. Do I have to have run races before to work with you?

No! I work with athletes of all levels, and I especially love working with beginners as you start to develop your love of running.

What if I don’t have a goal race in mind?

No problem! We can work on increasing endurance, racing a self-run time trial, building a balanced strength and running schedule, and more. There’s a benefit to working with a coach in all seasons, even if you are not registered for any races at the moment.

What certifications do you have?

I am a VDOT Certified Running Coach, a NASM Personal Trainer, and a 200HR Yoga Certified Teacher. I’ve sought out these extra certifications on purpose: I believe the mix of running, strength, and yoga is great for us as athletes. 

Do I need a running watch?

Not required, but I am a bit of a data nerd and love to see your workouts synced to our training app. Having the watch gives me a better look at how your training is really going and can help me tweak and refine your training to be even more targeted.

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In addition to running a 3:56 for a marathon PR, Erin also nailed major PRs in the mile, 5K, 10K, and half marathon – even without a “traditional” race. “Prior to working with her, I was running the same paces and seeing the same race outcomes almost to the millisecond, for over 18 months. Dale's approach to running is helping me to gain confidence and speed while running, and I know I couldn't have done it without her on my team.”

The results:

I planned a season around short-term goals and time trials, so Erin could see her progress and continue to gain confidence and speed as we laddered up to her major marathon goal.

The solution:

Erin craved structured running when her races were canceled in spring 2020, and she also wanted to break 4:15 in the marathon.

The problem:

Abi wanted a marathon PR, but she also wanted to have fun with her training and enter race day already feeling like a winner. 

The solution:

I created a training plan for Abi that focused on hard days hard and easy days easy, so she could avoid burnout and feel refreshed every time she walked into a tough training day. 

The results:

Abi dropped nearly an hour and 20 minutes off of her previous marathon time to run a 4:33 at the Stockholm Marathon. And just as importantly, she had a blast on race day.

The problem: