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Plan Builder – $49.95

Get a personalized training plan suited to your individual lifestyle and goals, designed by a real person.

  • $49.95 for a personalized 3-month training plan
  • Have Ryan review your training logs, then discuss your goals, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Ryan will then build you a personalized training plan.



Online Coach – $59.95/month

The full package. Get a customized plan based on your personal strengths and weaknesses and your goals. Then, follow through with constant communication with Ryan as you execute the plan.

  • $59.95 per month for ongoing one-on-one training (3 month minimum)
  • Have Ryan review your training logs, then discuss your goals, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Ryan will then build you a personalized training plan.
  • Ryan will review your training log weekly, adjust the training plan as needed and send you the next week’s workouts.
  • Questions via email are welcome and encouraged. No weekly limits on email communications!
  • Ryan will also be available, if you wish, wherever you are (Facebook, Google+, Twitter, instant messenger services, etc.)
  • If you feel a phone conversation is needed, you can request one at any time (after initial phone conversation, limit 1 hour per month)
  • If circumstances change, for better or worse, Ryan will work with you to adjust your plan and goals.
  • As your goal event nears, Ryan will help you plan your event execution.



About Coach Ryan Hill

Photo of Ryan Hill Ryan began running in 1990 under the coaching of Indianhead Track Club Hall of Fame and Wisconsin Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame member Dan Conway. He progressed from finishing last in his first race, a 7th grade 800 meter run, to becoming a conference champion (3200 meter run, 1995) before graduating from Chetek High School in Chetek, Wisconsin.

Ryan went on to run at NCAA Division III University of Wisconsin-Stout, where he was coached by current University of Chicago coach Chris Hall. He continued improving through college, graduating with personal bests of 15:43 in the 5K and 32:48 in the 10K on the track and 26:21 in the 8K in cross country.

Upon graduating, Ryan changed his focus to the roads, where he ran personal bests of 1:13:43 in the half marathon and 2:40:05 in the marathon.

Ryan has always been a student of the sport, reading everything he could get his hands on from and about coaches past and present, such as Arthur Lydiard, Jack Daniels, Gabriele Rosa, Mihaly Igloi, Peter Coe, Mark Wetmore and many others. He also is fascinated by the science behind the sport. He believes there has in the past been a lack of communication between running coaches and scientists and is looking for opportunities to bridge the gap.

Ryan has worked with runners from locally elite competitive runners to beginners. Most of the runners Ryan works with are those who are trying to achieve all they can while balancing work, family and many other responsibilities. Ryan believes that, while other parts of your life are rightfully higher priorities, you can still achieve a lot in running while keeping a healthy balance between the running and non-running portions of your life.

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