Run Farther & Faster with us! Check out our group programs and our private, virtual coaching programs! Our programs provide individualized coaching in a group setting. Whether you are a new runner or a veteran runner seeking a new goal, join us today!
Looking for winter running tips? Check out our segment on CBS WUSA's Great Day Washington!
Following our successful Fall program, which concludes on , we are pleased to offer a Winter Virtual Group Program, which provides all of the guidance and accountability of our group programs in a less formal, lower cost format. If you are seeking more personal, hands on coaching, check out our virtual coaching services and "like" our Facebook page to get updates on future programs. Our popular Summer Speed and Strength Program will return again, beginning on May 1st, 2016.
SAVE THE DATE! After a sell-out inaugural year, we will again partner with ProAction Physical Therapy for RunFest 2016 on Sunday, February 7th. We are especially excited to welcome CNN correspondent and author Tom Foreman to discuss and sign his new book, A Year of Running Dangerously. Like last year, the morning will also offer an exciting lineup of speakers, classes, gait analysis, nutrition counseling by the Registered Dietitians at Kindred Nutrition, awesome swag bags and raffle prizes, and more. For more information and to sign up for notifications, click here.
Here's what our runners are saying:
"I have to say a huge thanks to Julie and Lisa... [we] were approached by 4 separate people at the autism run about how we trained and what our group was... I was beyond proud to say we are part of run farther faster that trains people to do more at whatever level they are at!! Way to go girls and thanks." --Heather W.
"I really appreciated your attention and input...that allowed me to have in-the-moment personalized feedback. That is priceless and so important." --Halelly
"As I have said many times, I love your programs - you two have such great charisma, caring attitudes - and you're both so smart and full of information! It's a winning combination, for sure!" --Karen S.
"Today's time was...25:35!!!!! So huge PR that I'm pretty happy about no matter how you look at it. (Autism race was 27:08). I didn't run with a watch and the race clock wasn't working, so when I crossed the finish line and asked the lady in front of me what her finish time was, I had to ask twice. Thanks so much for helping me get there." --Nicole
"I DID IT!!!! I ran the Marine Corps Marathon! Thank you for everything you’ve done to prepare me! You ladies rock my socks off!!" --Biggest Loser Season 13 contestant, Lauren Lee
"Even though I just turned 44 yesterday, I can say that I am in the best shape that I have ever been, thanks to Julie and Lisa." --Ira
"Yesterday I did something I have never done before. I ran a road race. Under Coach Lisa and Coach Julie's direction, I got tougher mentally and physically. Lisa and Julie prepared me for the challenge of running my race. And without realizing it, they've helped me become a better person because I now know I can do anything if I set a goal and work towards it." --Laura
"Your advice and constant motivation from day one helped me cross that finish line. Despite being on a time crunch with just a few months left before the race, having knee/foot issues, worrying about how to beat the bridge and get the mileage I needed, I am so proud to say I did it with your help. There are so many aspects of preparing for a marathon that I wouldn't have thought of otherwise - nutrition for running longer than an hour, visualization, carboloading 2 nights before instead of 1, and prioritizing sleep." --Abby