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Jeremy Sanders
Work. Family. Run. Repeat.

Jeremy Sanders is a dad, graphic designer, running coach, and runner.

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Personalized, flexible coaching plans for beginners to experienced runners.
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Coach Jeremy donates $1 for every mile he runs to the Lucas Fund. Combining that with annual fund raisers, he has raised almost $50,000 for the University of Virginia Neonatal Intensiive Care Unit.

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Whether you run for your health or for the podium, you are a RUNNER IN TRAINING. Personal RUN + STRENGTH training.

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Asking Jeremy to coach me was one of the best decisions I had ever made. Week after week, he pushed me out of my comfort zone, something I would have never done if I was training by myself.

Sara Ilnicki

His detailed training on a weekly bases pushed me to my limits, and over sometimes, to grow. He knew my ultimate goal was to qualify for Boston, and he kept me on track.

Alex Lane

I was impressed with Jeremy’s profile and noted that he started from nothing and had worked up to a marathon distance, but was also a family man who would understand my need to keep family first.

Amanda Luckey

What's next in 2018?

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Boston Marathon 2018 – Goals

Holy cow, it is less than two weeks until the 122nd running of the Boston Marathon. Yikes! My fourth time running the historic course. I like to set goals each year and sharing them here gives me a chance to look back and see if I hit them or missed them.

I hope you had a Goodr Easter!

I received a really cool package on my doorstep the other day. As soon as I saw the shipping address, I thought “this is going to be cool”. Inside the box were four easter eggs.

The Yeti 100. What the hell were we thinking?

100 miles. What are we thinking? Read about the road leading to Yeti – my first 100 miler.

Race Recap – Kauai Marathon 2017

2017 Kauai Marathon recap

Workout Wednesday – What Goes Up …

I know how much you love hills! Pushing yourself up the hill to build that strength and endurance that only a hill workout can give you is FUN! In reality, you are sweating profusely and cursing Coach Jeremy. Trust me, I feel your pain.

Workout Wednesday – A fartlek by any other name …

As you know by now, “fartlek” is one of my favorite vocabulary words. Several of the athletes I am currently training for upcoming marathons have seen a lot of this word recently on their workout calendars. As I was thinking about and planning their upcoming workouts, I remembered a challenging workout that Calum Neff shared with me a while back.

Workout Wednesday – Cadence

A runner’s cadence is the number of strides in a minute. Having a quicker cadence can help to improve running form and prevent injury.

Workout Wednesday – Who Fartlek’d?

Admit it, you laugh when you read the word "fartlek". I don't, because I am a professional running coach. Who am I kidding? FARTlek! HAHAHA! "What is a fartlek?" you ask? Fartlek, which means "speed play" in Swedish, is a training method that blends continuous...

Connor’s Corner – Boston Marathon Recap

My Boston Experience Boston 2017 was amazing! I loved seeing all the cool sights and the outrageous runners. Every day was a new experience! We ate good food, ran super well, and saw so many amazing things! The 5k was a really good experience! We talked to Mike...

2017 Boston Marathon Race Recap & More!

I have written race recaps for the Boston Marathon twice now. (2015 Recap, 2016 Recap) This year was my third year and not a whole lot changes when recapping the race. Lots of runners. Awesome spectator support. Heartbreak Hill ... ugh. My time was 3:14:35. The...

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Goal of $50,000 for The Lucas Fund

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