Precision Running Group was formed to provide runners of any ability level the opportunity to go after and achieve their running goals. We are experts in using technology and feedback to customize training plans for each individual runner. The training plans are also designed to avoid injury.
To integrate the runners' goals with our coaching expertise in order to reach the runner's full running potential, while balancing life and career.
To promote healthy and balanced lifestyles through running.
Joe has been coaching distance running and track and field for 28 years. He has been the head coach for men’s and women’s cross country and track and field at Rutgers University at Camden, where he produced 10 Division III All-Americans, including two individual national champions. Simultaneously, Joe spent a decade coaching the USMC’s All-Marine running program, where he coached three CISM World Championship teams for the United States Armed Forces (marathon and cross country). He has also coached U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifiers in both the Marathon and Javelin. Joe is the co-author of Running Anatomy (Human kinetics 2010) and Running Anatomy 2nd edition (Human Kinetics 2018) as well as the articles “Anteriorly Rotated Pelvis: The Negative Effects for a Distance Runner” and “Anatomy of Running Footwear,” which appeared in Techniques magazine. He has served on a an advisory panel for New Balance and is a frequent contributor to articles that have appeared in Runner’s World and other fitness publications.
Rick retired as a Marine Corps Officer with 23 years of service responsible for training hundreds of Marines. He is a USA Track and Field (USATF) certified coach, and has coached / advised runners for 10 years. He is currently an assistant coach with the JSerra Catholic High School Cross Country program in San Juan Capistrano, California. Rick has 30+ years of running experience, to include national level competition. He was a member of the Marine Corps Running Team for 13 years and was the Team Captain on multiple occasions. Rick is currently one of the top masters runners in the United States and is training to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in the marathon (2:19 qualifying time). He has a passion for coaching runners in order to achieve their goals and reach their full potential, while avoiding injury.