Group Coaching

Group coaching is best for runners who want ongoing coaching, as well as the support of other runners, but don’t need as much individual attention or accountability from a coach. This option is intended for runners training for a specific race, from the 10K to the marathon distance. This option is only available for runners who are local to the DC area, and there are a number of practices offered each week to have in-person accountability and coaching. Registration is currently closed for the group program - the summer/fall session will start on June 17th, with sign ups beginning in the late spring. Be the first to know about open registration.

You receive:

  • Customized training plan uploaded in Final Surge (an online training platform) - the training plan is tailored for your specific goal race and based on your selected running level and it includes speed workouts, pacing, and cross training

  • Private group forum to interact with other TW Training athletes

  • Weekly DC group runs (if local to the DC area) - including Tuesday Track and Saturday long runs

  • Unlimited email and messaging support from Coach Tammy

  • Support with strength training, injury prevention, and foam rolling routines

  • Social events (if local to DC) to connect with other TW Training athletes outside of runs

  • Team meet-ups at various races

Cost:

  • $89/month, billed monthly


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“After many attempts, 2018 was finally the year that I managed to make running a part of my life. I started out by following a few beginner running plans and tips that I found online, but after a while I hit a point where I realized that I could benefit more from having a real-life coach that I could turn to for guidance. Soon after, the connective powers of social media led me to find Tammy's services. I signed up for the summer group training program and we got to work. Tammy’s track workouts were a game changer for me. They helped me to make improvements to my running form, increase my endurance, and boost my confidence as a runner. The group setting, which included runners from a wide range of experience levels, was pretty inspiring as well. I ran my first race (the Navy 5 Miler) in September 2018 and set a personal record along the way. The group training played a huge role in this. Much appreciation to Tammy for all of her guidance!”  - Mike K.

 
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“I have been a runner for almost a decade. I’ve always wanted to conquer the marathon to be able to say I did it and to see if it’s something that I was interested in continuing to do. I tried and failed many times over the past ten years to stick to a training plan on my own with no luck. I went for a local holiday lights run last December and met Tammy – she was energetic, funny and inspiring in her dedication to the sport and overall wellness. When I decided to commit to a fall race, I knew immediately that I wanted to be part of her training crew. I figured individual coaching wasn’t for me, since I needed more accountability to show up for runs. Tammy had that all set – I started out with the training crew in early summer and was intimidated and nervous showing up to my first group long run. Tammy set the tone early by having us all introduce ourselves, talk about our race and something positive that happened to us that week. My nervousness quickly wore off and I found our weekly long runs becoming the highlight of my summer. The weekly achievements in increasing both my fitness and my long run distance was highlighted by the fact that I shared those successes with a group and an enthusiastic coach. Tammy was incredibly helpful in always responding to texts about random aches/pains, updates on routes and meeting places, and with weekly emails. My marathon was in South Dakota in the midst of a freak snowstorm (which is the one thing that training in DC in summer could not prepare me for) and I went into it nervous but confident that I had a knowledgeable coach behind me and a strong network of runners that I put in the work with every week over the summer. My race was a success and now I can officially say that I am a marathoner!”  - Christina B.