Winter Base Building Test Group

Update: This is an old article but if you’re interested in coaching, please contact me!

Half of the long-distance races in North America just occurred within the last few months and the next wave of events is in April, which means it’s going to be a few more months until most people have another key race.

A mistake runners make is to use the “off season” as an excuse to cut back on training, thinking the three months pre-race is the most important part of the training cycle.

However, the truth is the 3-6 months before you even start a dedicated training build up for a race is just as if not more important than the three months immediately pre-race.

I am looking for committed people to work with this “off season” who want to race well this spring and summer.

The first test month is steeply discounted so you can experience what having a coach is like and for us to get to know each other.

Just to emphasize, I’m only looking for committed people. This means you can commit time, money, and effort to run to the best of your abilities. You will do the “must do’s“, not just the “want to do’s”. These things you must do are consistent general strength and mobility, running a true easy effort on easy days, performing a warm up before every run, as well as others.

After the first month if you’ve proven yourself I’ll invite you to continue working with me, if you’ve proven that you are committed.

Interested? Please fill out the contact form below:


Kyle is a running coach who works with people all over the world to help them run more consistently & be resilient to injury.

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Paco - December 12, 2016

Definitely intrigued, but as I’m vegan, I’m not sure I’d be suited to your training / coaching dietary advice (i.e. chicken breast, cassein & whey).

    Kyle - December 12, 2016

    Hi Paco, I’ve been vegetarian for a decade now with stints of veganism. Currently I do eat eggs and some dairy, but not a lot. I’m well versed in the needs of a plant-based athlete, my go-to protein supplement is from Vega and I mix it with plant milk (just had some after today’s long run).

    I hope to see you fill out the contact form! Please let me know if you have any further concerns 🙂

      Paco - December 13, 2016

      Okay, I filled out the form. I only put “maybe” on the last one as I’d like to know more about what that $60-$200/mo. provides. 🙂

      I’ve tried Vega and Plant Fusion. I find the taste in Vega is better, but felt that Plan Fusion provided a bit more digestive benefits. Currently I am not using any protein supplements in my post-run smoothies, though.

Margaret Owensby - December 7, 2016

What’s “steeply discounted?” I have 3 kids in daycare, so money is CRAZY tight.

    Kyle - December 7, 2016

    $30 for the first month so you have some investment and also to cover some of my initial cost/time, but it goes up to the regularly priced $60-$200 monthly after that depending on the program you prefer to continue with.

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