|A group of runners after training in Eldoret, Kenya|
A Gold label is $85 per month, where you get unlimited communication with me on a daily basis regarding your training; from recovery, nutrition, injury prevention, and any other concerns you may have. I will provide you with individualized weekly training programs, assess your progress on a weekly basis before checking if any adjustments can be made before issuing another weekly program. You get to communicate constantly with me throughout the week via email, FaceBook, and WhatsApp chat/calls.
A Silver label is $75 per month, and I issue you with an individualized weekly training program via email. You get to communicate constantly via email in case of any concerns and questions regarding your training in the course of the week. I assess your progress at the end of the week and issue another program.
A Bronze label will be $68 per month. You get all the benefits of the gold label, only that you will have to pay for 3 months in advance.
Agree @kenyanathlete is a very good coach. Improved my speed in 4months by a good 20-30sec/km. He can also run 3min+sec/km at altitude. Don't you want to be coached by someone who actually runs & has access to Kenyan running family secrets? You will be a faster runner!
— Ｙｖｅｓ (@YvesHPrevost) March 18, 2020
In all these, I will take into consideration any races you are aiming to run and your recent history in running before tailoring the right program for you.
For a start, I will need to know what times and days you are available for training each week so we see where to fix the programs. It will also help to know your recent times and the times you are planning to run and when your upcoming race is. Let me know when you are ready to start.
You can make your payments through Paypal.
|Kenyan Online Coaching Payment Options|
|Gold : $85.00 USD - monthly Silver : $75.00 USD - monthly Bronze : $204.00 USD - yearly|
A brief history on my coaching journey:
Experiences from living among the world's best runners in different training camps since 2007 and working as a sports freelance journalist since 2011 has taught me a lot of valuable lessons on how to train well and that I seek to impart onto other runners.
The happenings from 2016 to 2018 have inspired me tremendously to take up the job of helping others improve their fitness levels.
I started by voluntarily coaching a good number of runners over the last few years who returned some amazing results in their running achievements and I decided to make it official; to be an online coach in all matters related to running, especially long-distance running. It has always been my passion to provide tips on all the dynamics of training from starting running, mileage loading, different types of speed workouts and when/how to start them, hill workouts, avoiding injury, and preparing a program that takes all these into consideration. My programs have worked so well for the runners I have coached so far and it has been a great success and experience for me.
She was more motivated than I was with the results and decided to become a serious runner after that. Her time now in the 10km is in the low 35s… just 2 minutes short of the average winning times ran by the professional Kenyan women runners at the local races here at high altitude! We are going for those times now.
A 45-year-old, online friend from Belgium, who has been following my blogs and articles on Kenyan running, approached me in February. He was new to running but had past experience in cycling. He wanted to train for the purpose of just finishing a half marathon for a start.
However, soon after I began giving him some programs and following up on his progress he quickly built some confidence and decided to go for a 1hr 37 minutes. On 14th April, just six weeks after using my training, he ran 1:29:19 which was almost ten minutes faster than the time he was aiming to run! We are now working towards a sub 1:20 in his next half marathon race.
I have also helped a number of young runners here meet their qualification times to get scholarships in the USA.
“Here, there is too much distraction, in a wider form, for example on nutrition. You don’t want to know what people think/educate here on the topic. I have learned that patience is a talent, and Kenyans have that in plenty. I have observed Kenyan runners don’t stress much on other things other than running. Here (in Europe), athletes do not have that determination since there is a lot of ‘distractions’,” observed Steven Vanlancker. This is what he has learned in the time he has taken my online coaching.
There is so much to learn from the Kenyan way of training and running. Do contact me for more questions and information at my contact email on my contact page - thekenyanathlete(at)gmail.com.