We’ll look at you and your training in all its aspects to make sure you reach your goals.

It’s 100% about your wants and needs, and I’ll help you set realistic but challenging targets based on what you’re able to commit.

I’ll always recommend the package that’s most appropriate for you.




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Alongside my coaching business, I’m the Head Coach at the Norfolk Gazelles running club working to grow the club and help the members succeed in achieving their goals.

I’m a firm believer in working hard for what you want, but doing so intelligently.

I started running at 11 years old after an operation meant I couldn’t play other sports. Throughout my teens I dipped in and out of running around injury and changes of interests.

I trained as a personal trainer in 2012 and started my own company specialising in weight loss. In 2018 I ended my weight loss business and started Runstoppable to help runners who had the problems I’d experienced. My own training grew and I began competing more seriously, leaning towards marathons, with my first being a 2 hours 51 minutes in 2019. I now specialise in coaching marathoners to reach their personal bests and have progressed my own times using the methods I apply with my clients.

My personal achievements include;

2:48:12 solo marathon.

Placing 3rd in the Sportlink Grand Prix series in 2019.

Being awarded Male Road Runner of the year by the club I compete for.

Professional Qualifications

ITEC Sports Massage Therapy – Level 4 (currently studying)

England Athletics Coach in Running Fitness (CiRF)

England Athletics Leadership in Running Fitness (LiRF)

England Athletics movement skills workshops part 1 & 2

Advanced Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor – Level 5 diploma

Advanced Clinical Weight Loss Practitioner – Level 5 diploma

Advanced and Beginner Boxing for Fitness

Personal Trainer certificate – Level 3

Circuit based training instuctor – Level 2

Indoor resistance training instructor – Level 2

Indoor studio cycling instructor – Level 2

Fitness instructor – Level 2

City and Guilds Health Trainer – Level 2

Recent Blog Posts

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Choosing your mid-run carbohydrate sources

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Marathon training for the injury prone

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Using Garmin data to run better

There’s a plethora of data available from running watches and other accessories these days. Whilst I advocate listening to your body as well as some information when running, after the training session or race, you [...]

Interval training sessions for a marathon

Whenever the types of runs for marathon training are discussed, the first thing that often comes up is running lots of slow miles. Rarely are intervals mentioned, outside the context of don’t do too many [...]


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