We have received experienced, personalized, hands-on coaching throughout our athletic careers that has allowed us to excel on the world stage from mile to marathon, from running to cycling. We believe that runners of all levels should have access to a similar coaching experience. Through ensuring that we get to know our athletes, based on personal feedback and regular online consultations, we tailor individual programs by considering your personal strengths, abilities, and goals. Our training plans are not computer generated, nor based on cookie-cutter training templates. We aim to offer you a truly personalized coaching service. We believe this is the only way to help you improve and reach your goals.
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by mile2marathonBring on the weekend . Bring on the long run .. Or some speedy stuff if you’re not in marathon mode ... Saturday August 11, 8:15am at the Ranger Station (4915 W 16th Ave). We will have an aid station setup on the loop wth water and sports drink. Bring your own gels please. Full details at link in profile .... @run_photographs#m2m#fastisfun#bettertogether
by mile2marathonThat next race is on the horizon. Another Tuesday is upon us to put in some work. We will be rolling from Sunset beach parking lot at 6:30pm. Warmup to 2nd beach concession and then into the Stanley Park trails for some tempo intervals. All are welcome regardless of experience or ability. A smile and a liking for freezies is required. pc: not- @run_photographs#m2m#fastisfun#bettertogether
by mile2marathonEvery Tuesday, we do this running thing. It’s cool. We’re kinda cool, some of the time. You should join us. You’ll get fast and have fun. Or at least one of the two ✌ #M2M#fastisfun
by mile2marathonWe are excited to start sharing a series of features of YOU - the M2M Athletes … Our first is with Mark Nelson of Burnaby, BC. Mark has an extraordinary “before & after” story and a passion for the sport that is amazing. First pictured blazing to a new PB of 3:37 at the Tunnel Marathon in June. And (swipe) in 2012 when he first started his journey in our sport …. "Back in 2012, when I reached my highest of 310 pounds, I knew I needed to make a change. I first started my running as a way to