Coach Steph Reilly
Achieve More. Get Faster.
Consistency, life balance, and developmental training are essential when designing a training plan for my athletes. Whether you are a beginner or an elite runner, a high schooler or an adult, a miler or a marathoner, I will implement a training program specifically designed to challenge you to reach your goals. Developing strength, speed, and endurance are key to ensuring that you remain healthy and can enjoy long-term running success. Most importantly I will design a training plan for you that has variety, a plan that you will enjoy, thrive on, and build confidence every step of the way.
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Steph Reilly has lived her entire life in the running world, competing in youth competition, high school and collegiate national championships, and as an elite athlete at the Olympic level. After a successful collegiate career, she competed at the 2012 Olympics in London, the 2011 World Track & Field Championships in Daegu, South Korea, and the European Championships in Barcelona, Spain (2010), and Helsinki, Finland (2012). Steph balanced a full-time career as a Division I collegiate head coach, as a mom to her 3 boys, and as an elite athlete. She understands the need to develop training plans that are holistic, taking into account all aspects of an athlete’s life.
Steph currently coaches athletes at the youth, high school, and adult level. At Edge Elite Track Club, a Massachusetts club for youth athletes, Steph works with future track stars in helping them foster and develop their love of running. Steph also serves as head coach for Northbridge High School and also as track coach for Central Mass Striders, an adult based running club. Steph has over 15 years of college coaching experience, where she led teams as head coach at Bryant University and Providence College.