One on One Run, Cycling and Triathlon Coaching
We offer a number of unique One on One Coaching packages. As you compare our package pricing to other local and online coaching services, you will find that KVC offers you the absolute best value in endurance coaching. Why? Because we strive to make endurance training available to everyday people. Not only are our prices among the lowest in the market, our coaching packages: allow you easy electronic communication with your coach, plenty of in-person communication with your coach, real life teammates, plans from one of the most uniquely qualified coaches in New England, and access to our studio facility. Our objective has always been, and will always be, to make endurance sports and endurance coaching accessible to everyone in Maine. 

Interested? Schedule a consultation with Amy in person, or over Zoom. A 30-minute consult is $20, or a 60-minute consult is $35. If you decide KVC is the right fit for you, this fee will be applied to your first month of coaching.

There is a start-up fee of $14 for one on one Coachees. This fee applies each time an athlete starts or re-starts one on one coaching. This fee is waived each year in January. Also, athletes must pay dues during the first week of the month to keep KVC running smoothly.

​THE CLASS PASS PLAN, $65 & $75 per month
Choose 2 classes per week for $65, or unlimited classes per month for $75. 

​THE RAIL TRAIL PLAN, $75 per month
You get an individualized weekly endurance (running, hiking or cycling) training plan accessed via Google Sheets.
You get access to our KVC One on One Coachee Private Facebook Page.
You get a 30 minute, in-person meeting with your coach every month (please schedule at least a week in advance).
You get direct communication with your coach through text, phone, Facebook messenger, email.
You get free access to our Saturday morning run group, Tuesday evening Run Pump strength training class, and other in-person classes.
You get a simple, endurance specific strength training plan upon request.

You get everything the Rail Trail Plan offers, plus:
You get multi-sport training plans including running, cycling, hike, swim and brick workouts.

You get everything the Lake Placid Plan offers, plus:
You get unlimited access to KVC spin and interval classes via Zoom.

​Our primary goal is to make running, cycling and triathlon accessible to anyone who has ever felt even the slightest urge to lace up their shoes and pound the pavement. Whether you run a seven minute mile, a fifteen minute mile, or you've never run a mile, Amy will help you (re)discover your potential. Using a combination of positive reinforcement and scientifically based training techniques, we will thoughtfully push you toward achieving the goals you never thought were possible.

Amy currently coaches runners in the 5k, the full marathon, sprint tris, the full Ironman, gravel grinding, endurance mountain biking (...not technical mountain biking), road riding events, and almost every other endurance distance you can think of. Holding firm to the belief that every person, and every person's body is unique, training methods are specifically selected and combined for each and every athlete. She works with men and women who train between 3 and 6 days per week, currently ranging in age from 17 to 75. Based on her personal philosophy that success breeds success, training plans begin with 'small' and attainable benchmarks.  As coachees gain fitness and skill--and most importantly, confidence in themselves--the benchmarks become more challenging.

As a firm believer of moderation in all of life's undertakings, Kennebec Valley Coachers are considered moderate mileage athletes. Athletes aiming to simply finish a 5k might run 12-25 miles per week, while someone aiming to run a 5 hour marathon would top out around 45 miles per week. Again, weekly mileage is based on personal goals, abilities, schedules, and preferences.  We use a wide variety of training techniques including, but not limited to: High Intensity Interval Training, Resistance Training, Speed Work, Tempo Runs, Lactate Threshold Training, Heart Rate Monitoring, The Galloway Method (run/walk), and Long Slow Distance (with a twist) and the MAF Method.

For the past 30 years, Amy has competed, experienced successes and failures, and been coached on a variety of levels--including the Division 1 Collegiate Level as a scholarship athlete. She has set state records, and then lost a sizeable scholarship. She has been crowned an Ironman and has also missed the coveted Leadville belt buckle by 24 seconds. She has coached middle school athletes, and Boston Marathon finishers. To date, Amy has coached over over 300 athletes, mostly middle-of-the-packers. She holds a coaching certification through USA Track & Field,  a personal training certification through ACE, and she's an IRONMAN Certified Coach. Amy works with people of all athletic capabilities

Contact Amy at or register for a package in the upper righthand corner. When you register for a package online, please contact Amy by email or at (207)513-0943 to schedule an initial meet up. 


55 minutes -- $39 at the studio, or $129 for 4 sessions
Add an additional person for only $6.

PLEASE NOTE: Personal Training sessions must be cancelled or rescheduled 12 hours in advance to avoid full responsibility for fees. This time can be used for any combination of running, indoor cycling, and strength training. If you'd like to schedule personal training, please email Amy with your availability at

11 Oak Street, Augusta, Maine 04330        (207)513-0943
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