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Custom Training Plans: Personalized Coaching

Chase your goals with a boost from CRC's personalized training plans. With a custom plan, you'll receive individualized attention to your training, your goals, and your schedule. Coach Chad Myers will work with you to maximize your potential, getting the most out of your training and racing. 

Personalized training plans are available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced adult runners. All CRC Personalized Training is done remotely.  We don't offer coaches who meet in-person for your workouts - instead, our coaches tailor a training plan towards your specific goals and work with you remotely as you train on your own. Share your goals with us and let's work together to reach that finish line.


With CRC Personalized Training, you sign up for monthly, individualized training plans.  It's all about maximizing your own personal potential.

We offer Basic, Premium, and Ultimate level packages.  With these, you get:

Start-Up Interview / Consultation Included Included Included
Goal Planning & Race Day Strategizing Included Included Included
Individualized Plan Tailored to Your Needs Included Included Included
Communication Frequency (Per Month) 1 Phone Call & 2 Emails 1 Call & 4 Emails Unlimited
Training Schedules Posted Monthly Monthly Monthly
Training Schedule Updates Monthly Weekly Unlimited
Training Log / Heart Rate / GPS File Review None Weekly Unlimited
Base Pricing (Available at Discount When Registering for Multiple Months) $39/month $89/month $139/month


Explanation of Benefits: 

  • Start-Up Interview/Consultation: Before getting started, your coach will contact you to talk about your athletic history, experience, training availability, work and family responsibilities, and more.
  • Goal Planning: You will work with your coach to set appropriate goals for the season.
  • Individualized Plan: Workout schedules will be individually tailored to your needs and athletic goals.
  • Communication Frequency: This determines how often you and your coach will be in contact.
  • Training Schedules Posted: Workouts will be made available for you to see on a weekly (Ultimate) or monthly (Premium) basis depending on the coaching level chosen.
  • Training Schedule Updates: Your coach will make the allotted number of changes to your workout schedule once it has been posted to your calendar.
  • Training Log/Heart Rate/GPS file review: Your coach will review and analyze your data files on an unlimited (Ultimate) or weekly (Premium) basis and provide feedback and suggestions as needed.

If you've never worked with a coach before, there are so many reasons why working with a coach can elevate your running. If you need a push, a coach is a motivator. If you're type A and run yourself into the ground, a coach is a voice of reason to keep you from over-doing things with your training.

Amongst the many reasons to work with a coach, we believe:

  1. A coach has a wide knowledge base and experience on all levels.
  2. A coach can help with goal setting.
  3. A coach is someone to structure your training.
  4. A coach is someone to help structure supplemental training programs.
  5. A coach can help with race planning and race strategies.
  6. A coach is an extra set of eyes for feedback.
  7. A coach can provide an optimistic outlook.


My training philosophy has been formed from 20+ years of my own competitive experiences, as well as 9 years of coaching experience at the High School and NCAA Division I Collegiate levels. I believe firmly in the product of hard work and realize the results that can come from working too hard. While coaching at Fairfield Union High School in Lancaster, OH, I had the pleasure of coaching 4 high school individual state titles (Rob Myers - Cross Country state champ, 1600 meter state champ, and 800 meter state champ, & Chris Millisor - 1600 meter state champ), and one high school national title in the 800 meters (Rob Myers). After leaving Fairfield Union, I was the assistant cross country and track coach at The Ohio State University where I was lucky to work with All-Big Ten athletes and NCAA Regional qualifiers from 800 meters to 5,000 meters. I have also worked with my brother Rob Myers during the final couple years of his professional running career for Saucony. Rob competed as a miler with a personal best of 3:53 in the mile and a 3:34 in the 1500 meter, and was a three-time indoor national champion in the 1500 meter, and two-time World Championship team member in the 1500 meter.

As a competitor, I attended Otterbein College, where I was a co-captain of the cross country team from 1993-95. I also qualified for the national cross country meet in 1994 and 1995,  was a conference champion in the 10,000-meter run in 1996, and the All-Ohio 10,000 meter champion in 1994. After college, I competed in local and national area road races, and qualified for the 2017 Boston Marathon. My personal bests are: 10K - 31:18, 5k - 15:10, Marathon - 2:47.

USA Track and Field Level I Coaching Certification


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