RunningLane

What is RunningLane?

Here at RunningLane, our training philosophy is that mileage builds champions.  We also believe that it is more important to train smart rather than to simply train hard. Every detail of your training should have a purpose. That is why we’re here.

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Success is measured by two things: meeting your goals, and the quality of the journey you take along the way. We have always questioned what training methods make a successful athlete. We pour over every available training book as well as any other running philosophy available, in search of the best ideas on how to improve in a safe and clean manner.  From years of study we have formed our own system – based on the trials of others and the lessons of our own experiences.

To be specific, most of our training is rooted in the Lydiard fundamentals with a mixture of Renato Canova and Jack Daniels inspired speed work.  We do not believe in one perfect system.  Instead, we believe that successful training programs are ones that are created for the individual, using a collaboration of many different training philosophies.  In order to succeed a close bond with the individual is absolutely necessary!  We believe in an individualized approach to training, based on the strengths and weaknesses of the single athlete, and allowing for a constant evolution of the plan.

 We cannot say this enough: Nobody ever achieved their greatest potential by following any cookie-cutter program.  That’s why we are so passionate about providing one-on-one coaching with your individual strengths and needs in mind.  Success sprouts from a commitment and is fed by communication and motivation.

If you want to work with us, we pledge our commitment to helping you succeed. 

 

RunningLane is a Nationwide Network of Runners and Coaches
Progression Athletics Group, Ltd.
6275 University Dr NW
Ste 37-223
Huntsville AL 35806

Will Christian

I was a 2:27 marathoner that seemed to have hit the ceiling. It seemed that I couldn't break that time. I ran a 2:20 marathon this past fall and a big reason for that success was due to coaching and guidance. Coaching is like having a second set of eyes on a problem.

As an active duty service member we are taught "Attention to Detail." I was focusing on my stronger attributes while neglecting my weaker ones. My personal coach pointed a few things out and changed a few of my workouts and like magic; I smashed my PR in the marathon.