When you're ready to take your training and performance to the next level, it's time to get a coach. A personal coach can review your history and customize a training schedule that works for you: maximizing your strengths, addressing your weaknesses, and keeping you healthy. Coaches keep you accountable and pick up on issues that you might overlook. Here's a short list of coaches we know well and recommend. They aren't PRC employees and set their own rates.
Nikki is a two-time Olympic Trials qualifier and former Portland Marathon champion. Nikki will craft an eight-week program based on your profile and your goals. All abilities. Click here to read more about Nikki's services.
A beloved former employee of ours, Brent has years of running and coaching experience. He's worked with athletes from preps to Olympic Trials qualifiers. All abilities.
A standout runner at the University of Portland (and former PRC staff member), Scott now runs professionally for Hoka NAZ Elite in Flagstaff. He finished 7th at the 2019 Boston Marathon in 2:09:09.
Jake achieved All-America honors in track and XC at Willamette University. He is a physical therapist with degrees from Boise State & Washington. Jake coaches runners at Portland's Roosevelt High School. He offers coaching through jakestoutpt.com.
Jody Broccoli-Hickey (WCSS)
Jody earned a degree in exercise science from UT-Arlington where he was a standout track/XC athlete and later a coach. He focuses on building athletes from the ground up with an emphasis on individualized training systems. Many PRC Race Team members get coaching from Jody's West Coast Speed Shop.