Running is simple, doing it well and safely is the difficult part. Reaching your peak performance requires commitment, motivation, high quality training, self-awareness, knowledge and perseverance and that’s where I know I can assist you.
Over time I have developed these attributes and continue to do so to this day. I have successfully raced in various 5km, 8km, and 10km events, and over 20 half and full marathons across 3 continents, including running the Great Wall Marathon 3 times. I have qualified and ran Boston, taken the win at Peak 2 Creek Marathon in 2018, and achieved a personal record of 2:35:28 at the Richmond 2019 Marathon. I was part of the Blue Ridge 203 mile Mixed Relay Team that set a new course record in 2019 and I have also ran several trail races and ultra marathons both locally and abroad. My wife would also not forgive me if I failed to mention that I also proposed to her during a 10km race which we ran together (she said yes, thankfully)!
Each training cycle and race has taught me something new about myself and my training and allowed me to explore new and interesting ways to make the most of my running potential. I have used these experiences and information to successfully guide other athletes to achieve their goals and I am confident that I can help you achieve your goals too!
I hope you too are willing to invest your time and motivation in Flow Motion Running so that you can also experience the joy and success of running too.