My Remote Coach

Sprints – Mid-distance – Distance – Hurdles – Throws – Triathlon

My Remote Coach

Sprints – Mid-distance – Distance – Hurdles – Throws – Triathlon


Some people dream of success. We make it happen.

Your Performance

No need to worry about not getting the most out of your training because you are much faster or slower than your training group of partners.

We focus on YOU, and on helping YOU reach your potential, whether you are a complete beginner or very experienced, and whatever availability and age.

Whether you can train in a world-class stadium or have to run in a park, on a beach or even on the street, we work on all aspects (technique, strength, power, speed, flexibility, core strength, endurance, speed endurance) to bring you to your best level.

We bring deep, functional expertise, yet are known for our fun approach to training. We love what we do and we love bringing our success to our clients.

Training Programs

My Remote Coach uses a different type of coaching:

We are sprints and distance running experts, and offer you unique access to this specialist expertise, without time or geographic limitation.

Our programs are individualized, yet based on deep coaching experience, research, knowledge and strategy.

There is always a solution.

Follow up & Support

We build tailored programs to help you achieve the improvements you want, but this is just the beginning. We are experts at accompanying our clients to help them overcome their challenges.

Our follow-up, monitoring and support process includes weekly communications and videos to help you achieve the times you are aiming for.

Our solutions start at just $119

You want to achieve your potential?

Don’t wait – contact us today to ask us how we can help you achieve your goals.


“After a number of years of road racing, I wanted to focus on track. Paul’s program helped me reach a very competitive level very quickly. His feedback and support made the difference! I have been coached by Paul for 3 years and cannot say enough good things about him.”
~Annie, 49, professor