Coach Drew Wartenburg

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Coach's Accomplishments

Training Style

I have long believed that running always finds the runner, and every individual holds the ability to assign purpose to their training. Rather than fitting athletes into a system or methodology, I prefer to tailor training to the needs and desires of the individual. Focusing on the daily process, staying healthy and building toward longer term goals will allow a runner to find meaning in each run while making measurable gains along the way.

Drew Wartenburg

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

*One-Time 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.

Drew Wartenburg

Like many runners, Drew found his way to running after years spent playing other sports, primarily soccer at the club and collegiate levels. Rather than coaching runners as he was coached, Drew instead learned to identify the training components that best suit each individual.

As a teacher and coach at the high school level, Drew guided teams and individuals to championship performances on the state and national levels in California and Washington, with many of those athletes continuing to compete collegiately.

As the cross country and distance coach—and later the program director— at the University of California, Davis, Drew produced the program’s first NCAA Division I team and individual champions at the conference level while also making numerous appearances with individuals at the national championships. During his time at UC Davis, Drew was recognized twice as the Big West Coach of the Year for cross country and three times for the sport of track & field.

After coaching Kim Conley to a spot on the US Olympic 5000m team in 2012, Drew launched a post-collegiate training group—the NorCal Distance Project—in 2014. Over the ensuing four years the group consisted of four to eight athletes that competed in track and road racing events from 800m to the marathon across the country and around the world. Members of the NorCal Distance Project won national titles on the track and roads, qualified for World Championship teams and in 2016 teammates Kim Conley and Kate Grace qualified for the US Olympic Team.

As other runners will appreciate, Drew finds that most days are better if they include a run of some sort. While Drew spent many years experimenting in his own training with mileage,   workouts and their impact on racing, today most of his runs, and occasional workouts, are geared toward facilitating the training of other runners. After years splitting time between Sacramento and Flagstaff, Drew and Kim Conley now reside full time in Flagstaff and continue traveling extensively for training and racing.