Cap City Training With Coach Aimee
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Meet Coach Aimee
Aimee provides advice on running and answers questions from participants leading into the OhioHealth Capital City Half Marathon. E-mail Aimee at or ask her a question on the OhioHealth Capital City Half Marathon Facebook page.
PLEASE READ FIRST: Which plan is right for me?
- Capital City Half Marathon Beginner Training Schedule
- Capital City Half Marathon Intermediate Training Schedule
- Capital City Quarter Marathon Beginner Training Schedule
- Capital City Quarter Marathon Intermediate Training Schedule
- Commit To Be Fit 5k Beginner Run/Walk Training Schedule
- Commit To Be Fit 5k Intermediate Training Schedule
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Aimee Bross Price
Aimee is an RRCA certified running coach from Delaware, Ohio who has been coaching runners since 2008. She loves coaching half and full marathoners, especially those who are new to the sport because “each new week of training brings a new victory.” Additionally, she’s thrilled by the excitement that surrounds the half marathon distance, “It’s a major commitment and life changing experience to take on an endurance event and I’m honored to share in the runners’ journeys.” While Aimee has always been an athlete, she only found endurance running in 2003 and it has become a lifestyle and not merely a hobby. She feels every day you get on the road or trail is a gift and the people you meet instantly become running partners and friends. She says “I can’t wait to start working with runners of the Cap City Half and Quarter Marathons and look forward to learning everyone’s reason and story!”
- Coached over 200 half or full marathoners with Marathoner in Training
- Member 2016 Team USA for ITU Long Course Triathlon World Championships in OKC
- 16 full marathons including: Boston, Berlin, Columbus, Chicago, and New York
- 3 Full Ironmans
- Marathon P.R. 3:35:21 at Detroit
- Half Marathon P.R. 1:41:06 at Philly Distance Run
- Favorite Distance: Half Marathon & Half Iron Distance Tri
"Find your reason, train with purpose, and celebrate your accomplishments!"
- First and foremost build a base then safely build miles
- Train with a partner or group
- Run each run with a purpose, even if it is only to clear your head (no junk miles!)
- Enjoy your training — we spend more hours training than racing so cherish the ride!
- Thank your supporting cast