Yelling Perfomance co-founder and coach
Double Olympian and Commonwealth medalist Liz Yelling may be an elite runner but she's definitely not elitist. Liz has helped runners of all abilities, from total 'I can't run' novices, through to PB hunters and aspiring champions achieve their own personal levels of excellence.
Liz is a world class marathoner but also a highly respected female coach. She has helped first time 5k finishers and experienced marathoners achieve more than they'd previously thought possible. Her client list includes celebrities, Olympians and she coached double amputee Richard Whitehead to a World Record in the marathon (2hr42min) and a Paralympic Gold Medal in the Games of London 2012.
Her approachable, friendly, non-judgemental style and her understanding of the needs of women runners make her the ideal coach for you.
"My approach to coaching is to really understand the personal I'm supporting". I work closely with them to develop a plan that works for their personal situation and contexts and specifically meets their goals. Together we will develop a training routine that is appropriate, progressive and motivating. I enjoy speaking to the runners I coach regularly and sharing their journey"
Where else can you be advised, mentored and coached by one of the World's top runners?
Liz is an adidas ambassador, coach to the adidas 26rs club, author of the 'The Woman's Guide to Running (Hamlyn), and a regular contributor to running, health and lifestyle magazines. Liz regularly runs workshops, clinics and camps and makes presentations about coaching, training and competing. She commentated on the London 2012 Women's Olympic Games for the BBC.
Contact Liz. Liz@yellingperformance.com