Until now, I’ve only shared this system with my personal coaching and custom training plan athletes. But I want to help more runners so I’m opening up access to the system
through our new program – the McMillan RunClub.
This system, based on my graduate work in exercise physiology, my years of working with runners of all abilities as well as my time working
with some of the greatest coaches the sport has ever seen, works for all runners because of several key
1) No More Injuries!
The training is designed to significantly reduce your injury risk. In fact, McMillan runners exhibit an 80% reduction in injuries compared
to the normal running population. If you stay injury free, you can train more
consistently from week to week, month to month and year to year.
2) Consistently Positive Results
The training is designed to almost guarantee positive
training results. Because your training is customizable to your unique needs,
the training results are more positive. Wouldn’t you love to have more “good”
runs and fewer of those “bad” runs? In
this system, you will.
3) The Motivation Snowball
All of these good runs create a snowball effect in
motivation. You know how it is. You have a good run or workout and you’re more
motivated. And when you’re more motivated, you enjoy training more, you eat
better, sleep better and do the little things to help you stay healthy and
perform better. Win. Win. Win. Win.
4) Fit You. Fit Your Life.
This is a big one. The training fits into your life and is
so flexible that it can tolerate when “life” happens. Most of us are busy
professionals with work, family and life demands. The best training plan in the
world does you no good if you can’t complete it so the RunClub plans include
plenty of “wiggle room” so it can ebb and flow with your life. Whew!
5) The Proof is in the Pudding!
It works. Period. This system has successfully helped folks
just getting started in the sport to reach their first finish line. It’s helped
thousands qualify for and run the Boston Marathon. It’s even helped athletes
qualify for the Olympic Games.