I’m starting to think about MdS as a restful vacation with a bit running thrown in. I’m not underestimating the desert...
I’ve enjoyed great success running ultramarathons and I love sharing the lessons I’ve learned about training and racing with others to help them achieve their goals. As a spouse, mother of a seven year-old and a ten-month old, and a NOLS and WMI instructor, I am particularly talented at designing schedules that respect family and work commitments. Please take a look at the Sharman Ultra Endurance Coaching for more information about me and my racing history and how Ian Sharman’s Ultra Endurance Coaching works.
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“Liza was instrumental in helping me complete my first 50 mile run. I finished strong, happy and healthy. The training plan I received was thorough and Liza is always quick in responding to all my questions ranging from nutrition to pacing and even the mental hardships of an ultra. My endurance not only increased after Liza’s instruction, but my speed has improved significantly too as I saw my marathon time decreased by over an HOUR from last year. Liza’s knowledge, experience and passion for ultras has definitely given me an edge out there.”
-Tim Smith, Cactus Rose 50 mile finisher
“Liza has been coaching me for about 4 months. In that time I have completed my first and second hundred milers. When we started working together, Liza was able to assess where I was and put together a program that capitalized on my current fitness level and focused my efforts toward my next event. The plan Liza provided was balanced and allowed for recovery and kept me challenged. After completing my first 100 Liza adapted my training plan to allow for recovery with an eye toward the next race 7 weeks away. Due to this I was able to successfully finish my second 100 coming in under 22 hours.
I feel confident that the experience Liza brings to the table will allow her to be successful with any client training for any goal.”
-Jake Freed, Bear 100 mile and Javelina 100 mile finisher