If you are training for a fall half or full marathon, then this is the group for you! Since 2006 our training groups have helped thousands of runners reach their personal bests and we want to help you too! Whether this is your first half marathon or your 100th marathon, we are here to help.

What’s in it for you?

  • 18 week training schedule
    • 3 levels for both the half and full marathon
    • Complete daily guidance
    • Dynamic training log with daily email notifications
    • 6 week strength for runners
  • Group coaching
    • Luke and staff will be there for you from beginning to end
    • Every training video we have ever made, reserved for coached athletes only
    • Private Facebook group
    • Training clinics
  • Community support
    • Group run opportunities weekly via Hanson’s Running Shops
      • Monday evenings at Royal Oak
      • Tuesday evenings at Dodge Park
      • Thursday evening Dodge Park
    • Supported 16 milers via Hanson’s Running Shops
  • Perks
    • Discounts at Hanson’s Running Shops
    • Discounts on HCS apparel and supplementary products like gait analysis, nutrition consultations, and apparel.
  • When do we start?
    • Kick-off meeting: June 1, 2016 @ Hanson’s Running Shops, Royal Oak (6:30 PM)
    • Official training begins: June 6, 2016 and will go through October

Ready to take your training to the next level?

Who are we and why should I trust us?

Hanson’s Coaching Services has been a leader in coaching since 2006. Luke Humphrey is the owner of HCS and best selling author of both editions of Hansons Marathon Method and Hansons Half Marathon Method. Luke also has a master’s degree in exercise science along with a 2:14:38 marathon and 1:03:57 half marathon personal best.

I’m not “fast” is this still a good fit for me?

If you are willing to put in the work, then you are a perfect fit for us.

How much running should I be able to handle?

For our first two levels of schedules, 3-5 miles on a regular basis should be your starting point. For the more advanced schedule, you should be able to handle 30 miles per week.

I haven’t read your books, how do I know this is a good fit?

Here’s a great place to start, please check out this video that explains our training philosophy!

Check out the Video Here

If you’d like a copy of the book, I know a guy:

Ready to take your training to the next level?