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Alan Webb

 US Olympian |1 Mile American Record Holder (3:46.91) | 4-Time US Champion

I believe consistency is the key to success. Pushing yourself and then building in the right amount and type recovery allows your body to adapt to the workouts. Part of that recovery is making sure your training fits in with your lifestyle. The right balance of volume, intensity and recovery leads to the consistency and results on race day.

When I got the balance right with volume, intensity, nutrition and life I was able to run faster than I had imagined when I started running. I always enjoyed doing different types of training from the short fast intervals to the longest training runs. I loved the process of getting better.

I want to help anyone who wants to improve whether you have never run a step or are an experienced runner looking to improve on past performances. I can to help you fit your training into your life and achieve your goals if you are willing to put in the work.

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Alan is Ready to Help You

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Personal Coaching

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1 Month Personal Coaching with Alan $209

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3 Months Personal Coaching with Alan $597 ($199/month)

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6 Months Personal Coaching with Alan $999 ($166/month)

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Video Chat Consultations

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15 min Video Chat with Alan $25

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30 min Video Chat with Alan $39

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60 min Video Chat with Alan $68

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Custom Training Plans

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1 Month Custom Training Plan by Alan $59

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3 Month Custom Training Plan by Alan $117 ($39/month)

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6 Month Custom Training Plan by Alan $174 ($29/month)

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Calculated Training Plan

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Calculated 1 Mile Training Plan $39

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The Alan Webb Story: A Documentary

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Alan lived an intense and popular career as an athlete that was anything but traditional.

Having been invited to the Prefontaine Classic his senior year in high school, he broke the 36 year old National High School record held by the legendary Jim Ryun for the mile, running 3 minutes and 53 seconds for the mile and nearly catching the world record holder Hicham El Guerrouj who won the race.

He went on to college at the University of Michigan, but it wasn’t quite the right fit. After winning two Big Ten conference titles and two All-American honors he left college running and turned professional – a rare opportunity, particularly for a runner.

Having become an American household name as a young sub-4 miler, he went on to become U.S. Champion four times, an Olympian, and famously set the American Record for the mile in the summer of 2007 at 3 minutes and 46 seconds. Astoundingly fast.

A decade later no one has run faster.

To his coaching Alan brings a lifetime of experience training at the highest level, including knowledge from some a variety of the best coaches of all-time. From Jerry Schumacher of the Bowerman Track Club, to Alberto Salazer of the Oregon Project, Ron Wurhurst at the University of Michigan, and his own high school coach Scott Raczko, who turned out to be one of the best at knowing what it took for him to succeed.

The only thing that matches Alan’s speed as an athlete is his passion and kindness. Seen roaring across the finish line in victory on the track, off it he is beyond approachable, connecting with fans and athletes, making the world of elite racing accessible for the masses who marvel such superhuman miler speed.[/vc_column_text][/ult_content_box][us_separator type=”invisible” size=”small”][ult_content_box bg_color=”#ffffff” box_shadow=”horizontal:px|vertical:px|blur:px|spread:px|style:none|” hover_box_shadow=”horizontal:px|vertical:px|blur:px|spread:px|style:none|” border=”border-style:solid;|border-width:2px;|border-color:#29aae1;”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1519752281091{border-top-width: 0px !important;border-right-width: 0px !important;border-bottom-width: 0px !important;border-left-width: 0px !important;background-color: #29aae1 !important;border-left-color: #29aae1 !important;border-right-color: #29aae1 !important;border-top-color: #29aae1 !important;border-bottom-color: #29aae1 !important;}”]

Alan Breaks the HS Record at the 2001 Prefontaine Classic

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One of the most historic days at Hayward Field. On the last lap, Alan chases down the field and nearly catches World Record Holder Hicham El Geourrej to run 3:53.43 and shatter Jim Ryun’s 36 year old record.

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University of Michigan

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After just 1 year at the University of Michigan, Alan decided to turn pro and sign with Nike in 2002.

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Winning the 2004 Olympic Trials

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Alan cruises to victory and punches his ticket on Team USA at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.

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2004 Olympics

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Unfortunately, the Athens Olympics did not quite go as planned for Alan, but the future was still bright.

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Winning the 2007 US Outdoor Championship

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Alan storms to another US Title in the 1500m, punching his ticket to the World Championships in Osaka, Japan.

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2007 World Championships

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Alan advances to the final round in Osaka and finishes 8th, coming up just short of delivering a medal for the United States.

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Winning the 2007 Paris Diamond League

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Alan runs 3:30.54 in the 1500m to win the Paris Diamond league, running a personal best and World leading time.

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The American Record

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Alan runs 3:30.54 in the 1500m to win the Paris Diamond league, running a personal best and World leading time.

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The Final Mile: 2014 Millrose

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In a ceremonial race, Alan comes up just short of breaking the 4:00 barrier where he first did so as a prep athlete 13 years prior.

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