Meet the Coaches
Neely Spence Gracey
I began running in 8th grade, and quickly saw success which deepened my motivation to pursue big goals. I saw success at the middle school and high school level winning four Pennsylvania State Championships. Upon graduation, I attended Shippensburg University, and became an eight time NCAA DII National Champion. During my time at SU, I studied Human Communication with a Coaching Minor. Knowing that I wanted to become a pro athlete and start coaching other runners towards their goals. In 2012, I signed my first pro contract, and in 2013 Get Running LLC was born. The business has continued to grow, and as my career develops as an athlete, I become a better coach with each experience! My athletes inspire me to keep working towards my goals, and I hope I do the same for them. Without a doubt, coaching has been more rewarding than I ever imagined.
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My running career began in 7th grade when I went out for middle school track. From that time forward, I fell in love with the sport of running and everything it involves including racing and training. Over the years, my leadership was developed and I became the team captain for both my high school and college cross country and track programs. After college graduation, I spent three years on staff at Shippensburg University as an assistant coach learning from Olympian Steve Spence. Another year of collegiate coaching at The University of Houston with Steve Magness, I now have the opportunity to branch out and open the doors to runners that are seeking all of the knowledge that I have obtained over the past 15 years. No matter what skill level or age I want to help you accomplish your goals in this great sport. *Dillon now coaches Neely
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Doug has more than 30 years of experience in the health, fitness and sports training industry. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach Emeritus (RSCC*E). He also recently earned his national-level coach certification for the sport of Olympic Weightlifting. He has trained athletes at all levels – from high school and college athletes to Olympians and has published articles in professional journals as well as written scholarly textbooks.
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