I Want You To Run Easier, Faster & More Consistently Than Ever
Since 2010, I’ve helped tens of thousands of runners with their training. And beginners are often stuck in a rut, wondering if running will get any easier or if it will always be so hard.
And I’ve heard many runners with similar struggles:
“I struggle with running often enough to increase my stamina and speed.”
“How do I do speed work? When am I ready for it in the first place?”
“I need help believing in myself… whenever I start running more, I get injured!”
“I’m a complete beginner and have no idea where to start. Help!”
Why Is Mainstream Advice So Harmful?
Have you ever been confused by a free training plan you downloaded online?
Just look at why this plan doesn’t work:
If you’re a beginner runner, you can see how this plan is confusing and only sets you up to fail.
Don’t take it from me. Listen to other new runners:
“I’m running the most consistent mileage I ever have in my life. I now know how to structure a workout and a program by myself, which were goals going into the program. After seeing what I can do in 14 weeks, I’m motivated to run longer and faster. You present the information in such a clear, concise, specific, and consistent fashion. It’s easy for me as a beginner because I don’t have to be confused by different opinions, and everything I have read by you makes perfect sense. Thanks again!” – Stephanie
It’s my job to help runners improve. And I refuse to let you fall prey to this misleading – and often dangerous – running advice.
What's Important for New Runners?
Instead of being confused, you should be THRILLED to start running.
2. Simple Instructions (the plan must be easy to follow)
The worst thing for a beginner is heading out for a run… and having no idea what to do.
3. Coaching Guidance For Your Toughest Questions
A simple, flexibile training plan is great. But that’s not the only thing you need to succeed as a runner.
“This is only the beginning. I now have new goals that I want to accomplish. I’ve planned next year’s races and each one is a stepping stone to getting better. “
“My body felt better, my injuries were fading, and I began to think of running more as a lifestyle rather than a hobby.”
About Jason Fitzgerald
Hi! I’m Jason and I’m the head coach of Strength Running. I’ve been running competitively since 1998 and during that time I’ve run a 2:39 marathon, beat almost 17,000 other runners to win a Warrior Dash obstacle race, and won many other 5ks, half marathons and marathons.
Project: Runner is an online, self-paced course that shows you exactly how to become a runner.
Module 1: Gear, Safety, and Scheduling
Our first module will show you what running gear is important – and what you can skip for now.
Bonus Coaching Video: Welcome to Running!
You’re a new runner – congratulations! This is one of the most exciting times in your running career.
Module 2: Dynamic Flexibility, Goal Setting, and Running Form
Now that you know what to war, how to stay safe, and the most practical way to track your running it’s time to have some more fun.
Bonus Coaching Video: The Mindset of Success
What separates successful runners from those who never seem to reach their goals?
Module 3: Motivation, Accountability, and Dealing with Challenges
Not every runner is born with boundless motivation. So we’ve given you the tools, tips, strategies, and accountability systems to stay disciplined with your running.
Module 4: Strength, Recovery, and Body Maintenance
This module is easily worth the price of admission.
With the accompanying coaching videos, you’ll have every resource to help you prevent injuries and stay healthy long-term – while benefiting the most from your training.
Bonus Coaching Video: How to Make Injury Prevention Effortless
There’s nothing worse than having to worry about injuries. And since up to 75% of runners get hurt every single year, it’s a legitimate concern.
Module 5: The Power of Variety, Consistency, and Speed
At this point in your running journey, you’re in the best shape of your life and we’re starting to have more fun with your training.
Bonus Coaching Video: How to Develop Unshakeable Confidence In Your Running
Confidence: some runners have it, while some never seem to build it.
Module 6: Your First Race: Pacing and What to Tackle Next
You’re finally ready to run your first race! But… what should you expect?
Bonus Coaching Video: Coach Jason's Pre-Race Pep Talk!
The time has arrived!
Finally… what’s next?! What should you do after your first race? Try to race faster? Run longer?
Bonus Coaching Video: How to Build on Project: Runner to Keep Improving and Run Faster
Now that you’ve successfully finished your first 5k (with no walking), what’s next?
Accountability to Help You Succeed (at every step along the way)
Download every lesson from our 6 modules (more than 25,000 words of beginner-oriented coaching!)
Let me coach you through our training plans
It’s not enough to give you a training plan and hope for the best. I demand more of myself as a coach.
Ready to Invest In Your Running Today?
(you get instant access for just $39 - and these 4 free bonuses!
Bonus #1 Every lesson in our private member’s area can also be downloaded wherever you are.
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“My recovery improved significantly – the next day my body was feeling a lot stronger and less stiff. The strength helps with my form and has really improved my all-around training.”
“I’m injury free (yay!!). I’m running more than ever before, and I’ve even gotten faster along the way!”
“My 5k Personal Best improved from 28:39 to 24:07. I’ve never had this much endurance before and best of all I am pain free.”
Got Questions? I Have Answers!
I can only run for about a minute. Is this too advanced?
Not at all. In fact, you’re exactly the type of runner this program was designed for! We have multiple training plans designed for people who’ve never run a step or can only finish about a mile.
How much time do I need to complete this program?
The training plans range from about two hours of exercise per week to five hours depending on your fitness level, goals, and ability.
I want to run a trail race - is Project: Runner a good fit for me?
Yes! Whether you’d like to run road races or trails, the fundamentals of running remain the same. Just use our guidance for how to run trails and you’ll have everything you need.
I've already run a few 5k's. Is this program too easy for me?
Probably. If you can run a 5k, then this program isn’t right for you.
Do I need a gym membership or exercise equipment?
Nope! We understand that not every runner has access to a gym or advanced equipment – so we don’t require it.
"What if I don't love Project: Runner?"
My guarantee is simple: if you’re not happy, then I’m not happy.
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Run Easier, Train Smarter & Be the Runner You KNOW You Can Be
“I just wanted to say how much I’m loving the plan with Project: Runner. It’s fantastic! I can’t believe how far I’ve come since C25k.