Regular running and mindful running are very different. The mind-body connection is what makes them different. The mind and the body are not separate....
IT'S A MINDSET
IT'S MORE THAN JUST TRAINING SMART
WHAT IS TRAINING SMART?
HOW IT WORKS
Step 1. YOUR TRAINING PLAN IS DESIGNED
Step 2. Your Plan is Monitored and Adjusted
Step 3. Achieve New Personal Records, Repeatedly
WHAT SOME OF OUR ATHLETES ARE SAYING
“A year ago an acquaintance of mine qualified for the Boston Marathon. I inquired how he trained and discovered he was training with Team All-American. I followed suit and qualified for Boston on my very first marathon. The plan works!”
– Ricky Frasier
“The running workouts I receive each week are customized specifically for me and my goals. As my training progresses, or if something changes along the way, Coach Scott makes adjustments so that I can get the most out of each run. This has been a big help because it takes the guess work out of my training.”
– Mandy Northcutt
Thank you for noticing I may have a fueling issue during my longer runs. I've used the same plan for 4 years and didn't realize it. The changes I made based on your advice helped me feel energized from start to finish at my race this weekend. Change is good.
– Connie Kosberg
In the two years of training with Team All-American, I ran 12 PR's in 13 races, with distances covering everything between 3K on the track to two marathons. I qualified for Boston on my second marathon (something I originally had "planned" on doing in the M45 age group, three years from my first marathon). So if you are serious about training, go sign up now.
– Henrik Wist
“A coach as a resource is invaluable with the wealth of knowledge they possess. And Coach Scott has been an amazing resource for me. I wouldn’t be the runner I am today without him!”
– Jill Quaglino
Scott’s coaching is a significant value. He goes beyond just creating running custom plans; he also includes nutrition consultations, strength training plans, and racing tips. Every time I speak with Scott, I gain more knowledge and become a better athlete. He is a master at overall wellness. He is a total fitness guru and his costs are very affordable based upon what I have received in return.
– Jenna McHugh
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