FREE / 30 minutes
Not sure about working with a running Coach? But would like to have a chat and see if it could be helpful for you. Schedule an informal online chat with Coach D and find out if having an online running coach is right for you.
From £65 / 14days
Pricing of coaching packages varies based on client requirements. All online coaching packages include: Regular check-ins and tailored training plans, advice and guidance just for you. Have your training adjusted as your fitness improves or to take account of any holidays or mishaps!
Get personalised training that adapts with you. Delivered via mobile phone app, online platform, email and online coach calls.
£35 / Hour
Would you like some one-off coaching advice? Then book an online coach call to discuss your specific running training or race plans with Coach D. Actionable advice to get and keep you on track.
Planning on running an event with some friends or work colleagues? Why not get together and have your own group e-coach?
Get training developed for your group. Delivered via mobile phone app, online platform, email, private forum and group coaching calls.
Not sure if online running coaching is right for you?
- Do you spend money on the best gear & kit?
- Do you fork-out for race entries?
- Do you wish you could gain an edge on your racing buddies?
- Do you suffer with recurring injuries or constant niggles that impair your training?
If the answer to any of the above questions is YES, then you could very well benefit from working with an experienced running coach. Just like working with a private tutor would dramatically increase your ability to learn to play a musical instrument. The most effective way to improve your running performance is to work one-on-one with a good running coach who specialises in skill development and boosting performance. Both of which a UKA qualified running coach can deliver.
Don't just take my word for it, there are plenty of articles online that spell out the benefits of working with a good running coach - online or in person - like this one in Runner's World
I believe in keeping things SIMPLE
Don't be baffled by technical terms. Work with an online running coach that uses plain language.