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Wild Azalea Trail Challenge - Half Marathon
Bridgeport Trail Run - 10k
Coyote Trail Run - 4 Miler
Red River Trail Run - Marathon
Fayettehill 50K - 50K
Firecracker Fast 5K - 5K
24th out of 740
RUNNING PERSONAL RECORDS
1 Mile - 4:59
2 Mile - 10:54 (5:27/mile)
5k - 17:20 (5:35/mile)
8k - 29:29 (5:56/mile)
10k - 38:50 (6:15/mile)
Half Marathon - 1:28:51 (6:47/mile)
Marathon - 3:12:08 (7:20/mile)
50K Trail - 5:58:56
EXPERIENCE (7 YEARS)
HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK
2016 - 2020
SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY (Dll NCAA)
2020 - CURRENT
It started my freshman year of high school when I went to the first cross country practice. Our coach had us run a lap around the field as our warm-up. It was a half-mile loop and I figured it'd be easy. We started our run and about halfway it felt like my entire body was in pain, I was breathing hard, by the time we finished I was already gassed. I was very out of shape. I remember our first cross country meet that year I couldn't even run a full 5k without walking. I was by no means talented, I showed no potential. This continued to the end of my sophomore year going into my junior year. Going into my junior year I knew I wanted to change and do something athletically. One day I was scrolling through YouTube and stumbled upon a video documenting the race of an ultra marathon runner. The runner was running a 100-mile race through the mountains on trail and it was absolutely amazing. I was hooked. I set a crazy goal to run on the USA mountain running team, to be a professional ultramarathon runner, and to win big 100 mile races. That weekend I went and ran my longest run ever of 7 miles, which turned into 12 miles.. 18 miles.. then 26 miles. I started reading books about training, ultramarathons, and even world-renown ultra runner Scott Jurek's books. I fell in love with the sport. Without a lot of athletic talent, I knew I was going to have to work hard if I wanted to achieve all of my big goals. First, I had to go to college and run if I wanted to take my running to the next level and improve. That was the first goal, the NCAA. All my classmates would make fun of me for it because I was nowhere close to being a collegiate athlete. I put my head down, stayed disciplined, and worked. Within the blink of an eye, a year and a half later, I was signing to go run at Southern Arkansas University at the NCAA Division ll level. That's where I am right now getting trained at the collegiate level in a successful distance running program. I still have the same fire in me and the goals that I set my self two and a half years ago. Since running is what I love, it's what I want to pursue after college. As an entrepreneur, I knew I wanted to own my own running company. Within the first few weeks of college, I founded the Texas Outlaw Running Company. I want to help runners and people who want to be runners succeed no matter the odds just like I was able to. I want to leave a legacy and unfortunately I'm not talented enough to leave one at the Olympic level. However, I can leave one by being a part of the sport. Whether that's through coaching, race events, or maybe even in the ultrarunning scene.
BY JOINING THE COACHING PROGRAM, YOU JOIN THE TEXAS outlaw RUNNING CLUB EXCLUSIVE TO ATHLETES WE COACH. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET...
- CUSTOMIZED WEEKLY TRAINING PROGRAM
- DISCOUNTS TO ALL OF OUR RACES
- EXCLUSIVE RUNNING CLUB APPAREL
- EXCLUSIVE GROUP CHAT & STRAVA CLUB
- BIG RUNNING WareHOUSE DISCOUNT
- ANYTIME COMMUNICATION
- RUNNING ADVICE
- STRENTH/CROSS TRAINING
- NUTRITION ADVICE
- EXCLUSIVE TEXAS outlaw RUNNING CLUB MEMBERSHIP
My coaching service is only $35 per month with everything above included.
I can coach anyone training for any distance. Whether it's a 5k all the way up to hundred-mile races or even chasing a new personal record.
You will need to download the app 'Strava'. That's how you will post/track all of your workouts. It's also how I'll see all of your progress.
If you get serious, a running or apple watch is great to track your runs. You can connect most watches to the 'Strava' app and it will upload workouts for you.
I expect you to get the workouts done, if not, I completely understand sometimes we get busy. Just make sure you hit your mileage for that week as best as you can. If you stay disciplined you will achieve your goals
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