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Running Specific Strength Training & Programming


Anna Willard Grenier, a world-renowned Olympic athlete bringing her expertise to coaching runners. Learn how to lift weights safely, how to become a more powerful and explosive athlete regardless of your age and running goals.


  • Group Strength-Training For Runners: Once-weekly or twice-weekly meetings to work on explosiveness, power, flexibility, range of motion, single-leg stability, running mechanics, and more!
  • Group Running-Training Sessions: Meet with a small group of runners to execute track and road running workouts. When possible, overlapping training sessions so intervals are run with others.
  • One-on-One Training Sessions: Hour-long sessions to analyze your running form with a focus on correcting biomechanics to maximize efficiency and minimize injury.
  • Running Training Programs: Take your training to the next level with a completely personalized program made with your goals and schedule in mind. Specializing in race preparation for:
    • Marathon
    • Half-Marathon
    • 5k & 10k Road Races


  • Successfully coached multiple athletes to PR’s in the 800m, Mile, 3k, 5k, 10k, Half-Marathon, and Marathon.
  • Co-Creator of Free Speed Seminar—a running and rowing half-day seminar
  • Running coach for the 2016 Crossfit Games Training Grounds—Worked with CrossFit Regionals winners to prep for the 2016 CrossFit Games
  • Coached by some of the top Track & Field coaches in the world (Terrence Mahon, Dan Pfaff, and Rana Reider)
  • ACU-Mobility Ambassador
  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • Assistant Head Coach at Boston College Men’s Track & Field


  • Five-time US National Champion: 2008 (Steeplechase), 2009 (Indoor 1500m), 2010 (Indoor 800m, Outdoor 1500m, Road Mile)
  • World Ranked by T&FN: #2 (800m, 2009), #6 (1500m, 2009), #8 (800m, 2010)
  • 2009 World Athletics Final Champion (800m)
  • 2009 World Champs finalist (1500m, 6th place)
  • 2008 Olympic finalist (3k Steeplechase, 10th place)
  • 2008 Olympic Trials Champion – 3k Steeplechase (9:27.59 – former American record)
  • 2007 NCAA 3k Steeplechase Champion- University of Michigan (9:38.08 – former NCAA record)

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