Coaches



Welcome Runners and Coaches!

Whether you are an endurance athlete looking for a coach, or a coach looking for athletes, you’ve come to the right place. This TEAM site is an association of both athletes and coaches. We are delighted you are visiting our site. The goal of this TEAM site is to increase the number of athletes seeking a higher level of physical fitness by attempting a marathon or half marathon. We feel this increase in endurance athletes can be accomplished best by increasing the number of coaches available to assist. That is the goal of TEAM 26pt2.

If you are an runner looking for a marathon (or half marathon), please view the list of coaches on the left side of this page. By clicking on a coach’s photo you can read about that particular coach and what they have to offer you. The coaches coach free….for the reward of seeing an athlete fulfill her dream, whether it’s finishing her first marathon or seeking one of the truly great life-time achievements: Boston qualification.

If you are a COACH, click on the “Coaches Corner” button and view information that would aid you should you desire….and are qualified…. to coach for TEAM26pt2. There is step-by-step instruction on this site that, coupled with your own experience, will allow you to join in one of the most rewarding things one can do….coaching endurance athletes! All information is available for your viewing other than the button titled “TEMPLATES/FORMS”, which requires a password. You can request a password through the “Contact Us” button.

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PLEASE NOTE: SOME OF THE COACHES ARE NOT ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS AT THIS TIME, THESE INCLUDE JOY GRAY AND HELEN WILMS.

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Question: WHAT MUST I DO IN ORDER TO GET COACHING HELP?


• Be SERIOUS about endurance training.
• Have a deep desire to achieve your goals.
• Have the commitment to do what YOU AND YOUR COACH agree on.
• Enjoy setting goals and working hard to achieve those goals.
• Have patience and perseverance to achieve multi-year, life-time goals.
• Communicate quickly and often, via email.
• Keep your mileage records on an Excel spreadsheet and report weekly.
• Be open and honest in communications.
• Understand that this is an "electronic" relationship.
• Be prepared to fill out a questionnaire of your running history.
• Have training base sufficient to withstand increases in training

(Exp. 20-25 miles/week for marathon)

PLEASE NOTE: SOME OF THE COACHES ARE NOT ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS AT THIS TIME, THESE INCLUDE JOY GRAY AND HELEN WILMS.

 

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Internet Coaching marathoners and ½ only,
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Joy M. Gray
Internet Coaching marathoners and ½ only.

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Internet Coaching,
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