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I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Jacob Haas over the past year through the WE Run Club in Hamilton, Ontario. To say Jacob has helped me take my running to a new level would be an understatement! Previously, running for me was an outlet to blow-off steam after work and to maintain my […]
“I’ve been running for 20+ years and running races for 15 of those. I’ve always considered myself an informed runner. Meeting Jacob exposed many barriers to meeting my running goals, and to achieving them with a healthy body and mind. After 15 stubborn years, I started working with Jacob and this is the outcome thus […]
“I had a bit of imposter syndrome when I first considered hiring a run coach. I was far from elite but looking to turn the needle and crush some big goals. Jacob was engaged with my goals from our first meeting. His approach is relaxed but effective. Jacob programs goal-oriented workouts so that time on […]
“Jacob Haas is a friendly, patient, supportive and encouraging coach. In the roughly one year I’ve known him in my run club, he has demonstrated knowledge, patience, respect, determination and a passion for running that inspires all of us, whether beginner or elite. He gave me some solid advice as I prepared for the Hamilton […]
Jacob has been a really calm, supportive and clear running coach. As a stay at home father I didn’t think I would be able to really push my running to a new level. But Jacob worked with me to find a system that worked in my schedule and with my stroller. It never felt like […]
I have always wanted to be a “runner” but I wasn’t sure where to start or how to do it. Jacob’s coaching has been a game-changer for me. I feel accountable to him and his strategic plans make it easy for me to understand how to build my cardiovascular endurance without getting hurt. I track […]
Where do you start when you are planning training? Do you start from where you are and work to where you want to be? Or, do you start with where you want to be and then work backwards to where you are at now? Might I suggest the later? The ultimate objective is a certain […]
Due to an Injury, my legs came into this run under-trained. Started to feel my quads like 10 miles in. Last 7 miles my mantra was ‘do not walk, just keep running.’ I have learned the hard way that even if you are running super duper slow, it’s still faster than walking! Take aways: 1. […]