Coach Aoibhe Richardson

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Training Style

Consistency is the key to success in distance running, and in order to be consistent you have to find joy in the process. I have been involved in the sport since the age of 10, but did not start having success until the latter half of my college years. What kept me involved? Finding enjoyment in the day to day act of training and celebrating the small wins along the way. With every athlete that I coach, helping you find joy in your training and learning what motivates you to get out the door for a run is key in helping me to build out a training plan tailored to your needs.

I believe developing a strong base is crucial for long-term running success and staying consistent, so my training plans focus on lots of aerobic work to build that engine while regularly tapping into some speedwork to stay race ready. There is nothing more rewarding than helping people achieve their goals and sharing the joy of running with others, and this is what drew me to coaching.

Aoibhe Richardson

Train Smarter.
Run Faster.

Personal Coaching

RunDoyen Personal Coaching Gold Tier

$189

/per month

Adaptive Training

$119

/per month

Custom Training

$60

/per month*

All Training Plans Delivered Through Final Surge App

Coaching Services Explained

Coaching Services Comparison

Gold

Personal Coaching

RunDoyen Gold Tier
Full Service 1-1 Personal Coaching

$199/ Month

*Monthly Subscription

Silver

Adaptive Weekly Training

RunDoyen Silver Tier
Personalized training,
adapted with your progress

$149/ Month

*Monthly Subscription

Bronze

Custom Training Plan

RunDoyen Bronze Tier
Customized Plan,
Built for Your Race Goal

$19/ Week

*Single Purchase

With any of the 3 coaching services, you’ll begin by completing a training questionnaire, followed by an onboarding consultation with your coach.
 
All service options include a Final Surge account to access your training through the desktop or the mobile app; included is an option to sync your GPS watch to import your daily runs.
 
The Bronze-level Custom Training Plan is a one-time purchase based on the number of training weeks you select. After your onboarding consultation, your coach will prescribe all your training at once.
 
The Silver-level Adaptive Weekly Training is a monthly subscriptionYour coach will prescribe your training on a weekly basis rather than all at once. They will be tracking your workout progress and comments to adapt your training week by week. In addition, you’ll be able to chat with your coach along the way in case you have any questions about workouts.
 
With Gold-level Personal Coaching, you’ll be upgraded to full communication with your coach, including weekly Zoom or phone calls as needed. During these calls, you’ll share feedback about the prior week’s training and your coach will help prep you for the upcoming week. In addition, your coach will assist with all aspects of race planning, preparation, strategy and recovery.

Aoibhe Richardson

Aoibhe comes from a family of runners; both of her parents represented Ireland during their own running careers and her three younger sisters are also involved in the sport. She got involved with her local athletics club in Ireland from a young age, but it wasn’t until around the age of 17 or 18 that she began taking her training more seriously. After making her first Irish team as a junior, she received some scholarship offers in the US and committed to run at the University of Portland. Coming in very under-trained, Aoibhe developed a lot as a runner under Coach Solof during her three years at UP. She was a 2x regional qualifier in the 10,000m and helped the team finish 12th at cross country Nationals. She then transferred to the University of San Francisco to use the remainder of her eligibility and get her Masters in Public Health. While at USF Aoibhe finished 19th at NCAA XC Nationals, and qualified for both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor National Championships in the 5000m. In the same year she was selected for her first Senior Irish vest, finishing 17th at the European Cross Country Championships and helping the team to a silver medal.

Aoibhe has represented Ireland at the European level 5 times in cross country and 4 times on the track in the 5k and 10k. After graduating from college, she spent two years in New York City competing for a professional women’s team called Atalanta NYC and coaching youth runners in the Bronx. She recently moved to Bend, Oregon where she is training for her first half-marathon and hopes to continue to compete internationally both on the track and roads.