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Jen Steele Run Coach


 Why Hire a Run Coach?

  • You have running goals and want guidance on how to get from where you are to those goals without the added stress of researching and planning and putting it all together in the most efficient way for your life

  • You want to get better at running, but the plans you've found online aren't doing it for you and you don't know what to do next or how to improve. You know something needs to change, but you don't know what. 

  • You are good at following a plan, until life happens and then you're not sure how to adjust your training for travel, sickness, life with kids, and everything else in your full life 

  • You love running but struggle with information overload. Should you warm-up? How many miles do you need to run? When should you do strength? Should you stretch? 

  • You want to put in the training and the work, but the mental load of figuring out your training schedule is an added stress you want to take off your plate. 

  • You have hit a plateau in your running and you aren't sure why. You struggle with chronic injuries or almost injuries where you're frequently struggling with aches and pains that sideline your training. You need an expert to evaluate your training and figure out how to move forward so you can actually train. 

Running Community

This You? No? It could be!

Jen Steele Certified Run Coach

Ways to Work With Me

In the  beginning you may be overwhelmed or maybe you're an experienced runner but life has put running on pause and now you're not sure how to get back to where you were. You just can't seem to shave off those few minutes and you've tried it all. Like you, I can relate to all of this and more. I've created specific plans to help you reach your goals no matter how big or small. 

What My Clients Say

Thanks so much for your help.
It feels so good to
be able to offload the mental stress
of planning training and focus on getting my kids/work/life
in order for all of the upcoming
I've learned to be so much kinder to
myself. Although I have my days where
I slip back into self doubt or negative
thoughts, I've learned that positivity
takes me so much further than being
stuck in place because my negativity
is weighing me down.
1. I learned that a great base counts
for more than I thought
2. I ran my first half marathon in 8
years and shocked myself with a 1.5
min PR after not having the training
cycle I wanted. I'm proud of myself for
reassessing my goals before the race,
but being in the right mindset to have
a good day. I found my running mantra to run the mile I'm in.
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