January 9

Giveaway: Win a FREE Month of Private Coaching



Win Private Coaching Running

To kick off 2014 and help you get the most out of your running,  I wanted to offer a giveaway.  One lucky runner will win 30 days of private coaching with me for free ($147 value).

This includes:

  • Individual customized training plan based on your running background
  • Weekly 30 minute call via phone or Skype  (Skype will be used for international clients)
  • Daily email correspondence Mon-Fri (you can send one e-mail each day with your questions)
  • Accountability to help you succeed
  • Nutrition advice to help you reach your goals
  • Strength routine
  • BONUS:  As a coaching client, you will also receive PDF review copies of his running books “Smoothies for Runners” and “Starting Off On the Right Foot”

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.  So enter to win below.

Good luck!

– CJ

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  1. In 7 years of marathoning, I’ve never had more than an 8 minute improvement in time. I’m ready to quit. Would love some good coaching.

    1. Aubrey,

      I know CJ personally , and I have a feeling he could help you break barriers you didn’t think were even possible!

  2. I am a 46 year old female and have run 5 marathons, with a recent PR of 3:33 (in Jacksonville, FL, where the temperatures started in the 70s and extreme rain and wind hit starting at mile 8). Last year I ran a total of 2,645 miles. Although I have only been running for a little less than 3 years, I find that I have a huge passion for it. My hope is to break 3:25 at my next flat marathon (although I don’t necessarily expect to do that at Boston where I will run this April). I’d love to have the accountability that comes with coaching, and I have already been incredibly inspired by your results and I love your smoothies book too.

  3. I appreciate the fact that you give honor to G-d in your writings. I consider myself an average running coach, and have not had a personal running coach other than taking part in a running camp. My background in teaching Sports Kinesiology, Science of the Human Body, Facilitated Stretching +, and personal interest in running gives me a little extra understanding to help others. Although a long time minimal runner, I never really learned “how” to run until about a year ago, i.e., combining specialized methods of weekly training, cadence, strike patterns, minimal shoe studies and transitions, +. In much humbleness I say that although I can help others as a running coach, I still have much to learn and have never had a personal coach for myself.

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