Run Your Best with Ann Dunn
Are you interested in running a marathon or half-marathon but not sure how you should start training?
Do you want to get faster and improve your 5K/10K time but not sure what you should be doing?
Are you looking for guidance and/or training partners to help take your running to the next level?
If you said yes to any of these questions, I hope you will consider training with me! You will receive expert guidance and a personalized training plan for you to knock a race distance off your bucket list or improve your running skills. Signing up for a race is a great way to keep you focused and working towards your fitness goals. If you have always wondered if you could do it… well, YOU CAN! And I want to help you!
There are a variety of options for you to start your training with me:
Personal 1-on-1 Session
You will receive the utmost technical attention and support from me with this option. This option is great for serious running goals!
A great way to get a lot of personal attention and keeping things even more fun with a friend!
Small Group Sessions (3-5 people)
The most economical of options. You will learn a ton while enjoying the energy of a group.
Personalized Training Plans
I can design a training plan to get you prepared for any race distance.
I will observe and evaluate your running mechanics. I will provide you with drills and exercises to increase your efficiency and help keep you injury free
Interested? Email Ann at email@example.com.
Ann Dunn and is a Certified Personal Trainer at acac. She loves all things fitness and helping people achieve their goals. She spent the last eight years coaching at NCAA Division I schools (the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Oklahoma).
Ann graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she was an All-American in the mile, team captain, and MVP. She recently earned her M.S. in Exercise Physiology from University of Oklahoma. Her husband, Jason, coached at UVa from 2000-2008. They met while he was coaching Track and Field and Cross Country at Stanford.