Meet the coaches:

Lindsey Hein

Lindsey is an RRCA Coach and has been coaching personal running clients for 7 years and has run 16 marathons of her own. She has coached countless runners to BQs and Personal Bests and has a passion for helping runners achieve big goals.

Lindsey cares deeply about keeping runners injury free and promises to not build too soon and uses a conservative mileage approach for most athletes.

What Lindsey has to offer:

Training Plan:

-Offered for half marathon marathon training

-Personalized training plans tailored to the runner

-Links to videos for pre & post run stretching and strength routines

Cost:

– $100 for a customized half marathon training plan

– $175 for a customized marathon training plan

Virtual Coaching:

-Offered for half marathon to marathon training

-Personalized training plan tailored to the runner

-30 minute phone consultation at the beginning of training

-Training plan updated every two weeks based on any changes in training, goals, schedules, etc.

-Unlimited contact with Lindsey via text and email

-30 minute bi-weekly coaching call as needed

-Review of your workouts on the V-Dot coaching platform

-Optional advice on cross training, strength training, and stretching routines for before and after runs

Cost:

– $125/Month for one on one coaching

Virtual Consultations

– An hour consultation with Lindsey where you can ask any questions and I will help give you steps to design a plan for your training. You fill out an athlete questionnaire beforehand so I know your history and goals going into the call!

– $60/hour

 

Emma Benner

Emma began running in 7th grade to stay in shape for soccer and quickly found success that matched her passion for the sport. She graduated high school as a Minnesota State Champion in the 3200m, Nike Cross Nationals Qualifier, and Junior Olympics Cross Country National Champion. Emma went on to run for Purdue University where she became the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, school record holder in the indoor and outdoor 5000m, and a multiple time individual Division 1 NCAA Qualifier.

Beyond her own running, Emma has been coaching Special Olympics Track and Field for 6 years and coached at the Stanford Track and Field Camp, Carrie Tollefson Training Camp, and with the REAL Track and Field Club for distance runners in 7th-12th grade. She received her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from Purdue University and her Masters Degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Recreation and Sports Management from Purdue University. Her goal with coaching is to encourage athletes to chase after big goals while maintaining healthy and happy running. She hopes to help everyone find joy in moving their body every day. While she works with runners of all abilities, Emma specializes in working with runners in middle school, high school, and college.

What Emma has to offer:

Training Plans:

-Offered for any distance up to a half marathon and for general fitness goals

-Personalized training plan based on your running goals, running history, and to fit your schedule

-Tips for pre/post run routines and basic strength training routines

Cost:

– $75 for a customized training plan of distance up to the half marathon or for general fitness

Virtual Coaching:

-Offered for any distance under a half marathon and for general fitness goals

-Personalized training plan based on your running goals, running history, and to fit your schedule.

-One hour initial phone consultation with Emma

-Training plan updated every two weeks based on any changes in training, goals, schedules, etc.

-Unlimited contact with Emma via email & text

-30 minute bi-weekly coaching call as needed

-Review of your workouts on the V-Dot coaching platform

-Optional advice on cross training, strength training, and stretching routines for before and after runs

Cost:

– $100/Month for one on one coaching

 

Do you want to work hard? Do you want to test your abilities and see where good training & coaching can take you? We want to be a part of your journey- come work with us!

Contact us:
Lindsey Hein: Lindsey@Sandyboyproductions.com
Emma Benner: Emma@Sandyboyproductions.com

Comments

  1. Pingback: Indianapolis Women’s Half Marathon Training Program!

  2. Pingback: FOX59 Links | Fox 59 News – fox59.com

  3. Pingback: Coaching 101

  4. Pingback: Every Mother Counts Charity Auction - Rules | Running Bun

  5. Pingback: Every Mother Counts Charity Auction - BIDDING IS OPEN! | Running Bun

  6. Pingback: Getting closer - the pacing life

  7. Pingback: FOX59 Links | FOX59

  8. Pingback: Episode 260: Emma Benner; Meet my Production Assistant! - Lindsey Hein

  9. Pingback: 3 TREADMILL WORKOUTS THAT’LL GET YOU STRONG AND SWEATY IN LESS THAN 45 MINUTES - We Sport

  10. Katherine Fitzsimmons

    Hi! Looking for a customizable half marathon plan to revamp my fitness plan post having some kiddos. Hoping having a plan will make it easier to remain dedicated!

  11. Allison Frantz

    Hello, I have been listening to your podcast and following you on Insta for a while now and really enjoy your style and humor. I love, love, love running and have been plagued by plantar fasciitis in both feet now for almost a year :(. I was listening to your interview with Ali Nolan today and heard you both mention having had/have it. I believe Ali mentioned dry needling and said it was really helping.? (dry needling, cortisone shot and orthotics are the only things I haven’t tried) I’m reaching out b/c I have tried physical therapy, laser therapy, strengthening, cutting back on running — for months. (7 to be exact). It has been horribly expensive and frankly, the needle hasn’t moved. I just stopped running altogether 2.5 weeks ago as well as stopped going to physical therapists, and am continuing to try to strengthen on my own. All that said, I’d love any and all advice on how to get myself back to running and how to keep this from coming back. I feel like I need a series of exercises and a plan — and should I try dry needling? I dunno…should I go to a podiatrist? Who knows??! In other words, I’m floundering and am looking for some guidance from a runner who’s experienced this.

Add A Comment