BRISTON RAINS

RUNNING ACHIEVEMENTS

Bridgeport Trail Run - 10k

2nd Place

Coyote Trail Run - 4 Miler

2nd Place

Red River Trail Run - Marathon

5th Place

RUNNING PERSONAL RECORDS

1 Mile - 4:53

2 Mile - 10:54 (5:27/mile)

5k - 17:43 (5:42/mile)

10k - 38:50 (6:15/mile)

Half Marathon - 1:27:59 (6:43/mile)

Marathon - 3:12:08 (7:20/mile)

EXPERIENCE (5 YEARS)

HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK

2016 - 2020

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY (Dll NCAA)

2020 - CURRENT

MY STORY

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 an amazing 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.. 13 miles.. and even 18 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 friends would give me crap 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 I'm not talented enough to leave one at the Olympic level, unfortunately. 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. 

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BY JOINING THE COACHING PROGRAM, YOU JOIN THE TEXAS outlaw RUNNING CLUB EXCLUSIVE TO ATHLETES WE COACH. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET...

- CUSTOMIZED MONTHLY TRAINING PROGRAM

- FREE PASSES TO ALL OUR RACES

- EXCLUSIVE RUNNING CLUB APPAREL

- BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK ON THE COMPANY

- EXCLUSIVE GROUP CHAT & STRAVA CLUB

- HUGE RUNNING WareHOUSE DISCOUNT

- ANYTIME COMMUNICATION

- RUNNING ADVICE

- STRENTH/CROSS TRAINING

- NUTRITION ADVICE

- EXCLUSIVE TEXAS outlaw RUNNING CLUB MEMBERSHIP

My coaching service is only $50 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.

EXPECTATIONS

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