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Maximum Performance Running LLC ("MPR") is a coaching services company headquartered in Charlotte, NC, that was started to help distance runners of all ages and ability levels be good stewards of the great gift of running.

Run Faster / Give Back: MPR donates 5% of all coaching revenues to charities focused on Autism Spectrum Disorders reseach, advocacy and support. So with MPR, not only will you get the coaching services you need to help you achieve your running goals, you will also be helping those with special needs. Thank you for making this possible.

E-Mail:   coach@mprunning.com

Mailing Address:  
Maximum Performance Running LLC
P.O. Box 79383
Charlotte, NC 28271

 

MPR's Head Coach: Mark Hadley
Mark has been involved in the sport of distance running for over 30 years, the first 20+ as a competitive runner, and the last 10+ years focused on coaching it. Mark was an All-State runner in high school before going on to run cross-country and track as a varsity athlete at the University of Mississippi. After college Mark turned to the roads, where he has run well over 100 road races including multiple marathons and 1 ultra-marathon. An avid student of all aspects of the sport, Mark is a certified coach by the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) and the United States Track and Field Association (USATF). Over the last decade, Mark has been very success at coaching runners at all levels in the sport, from beginners to professionals, and from youth to masters. Mark has helped numerous runners successfully run their first half marathon and marathon, and helped many more dramatically improve their personal bests and get the coveted Boston or NYC Marathon qualifying times.

Coach Hadley is also the head coach of EliteMarathoning.com's 2016 U.S. Marathon Trials Project

Coach Hadley has had a runner ranked in the Top 10 nationally (U.S.) in the Marathon in each of the last 2 years (2011 & 2012).