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Aerobic Max Training Program

Run 1 minute/mile faster in 90 days (with no speed work!)

Does This Sound Familiar?

Are you Tired of chasing cutoffs during races, or always finishing mid pack, or not making the podium for your age group?

You are not alone. Many runners end up frustrated when trying to finish races with time to spare because they are using methods that just don't cut it.

  • You may have followed a scripted training plan
  • Or maybe you have run tempos and intervals to get faster

Unfortunately, those solutions haven't worked well and ended up leaving you sore and under prepared for your race.

But now, there is an Answer that can fix that,

What if I didn't have to struggle anymore?

Introducing Aerobic Max Training. A simple way to build endurance and speed without the "No Pain, No Gain" method of structure training plans sprinkled with speed work.

Learn how to run at the right heart rate to build your aerobic base using the Maffetone method. Track your progress monthly and see your speed increase!

Your course includes:

- Aerobic Max Training Guide

- Video Instructions

- Progress Tracker

- Weekly Email Tips

- Coaching Call - if you have questions, I can give you personal guidance!

Enjoy a self directed, Assessment based program that is scaleble to any ability or mileage.

Injury free training with no speed work!

If you follow the program, I can guarantee that in 90 days you will be running 1 min/mile faster at your maximum aerobic heart rate!


The Maffetone method (MAF) works!...

Jarad: I purchased a heart rate monitor last fall after watching Larisa handily win Waldo 100k. This spring I quickly ramped up to 50 mpw running almost 100% at or below my Maffetone rate. So far my MAF mile has dropped almost 1 minute, and I am only a few months into it. My average runs are faster and I don't bonk on long runs (15+ miles). So far I have PR'd in both events this year with almost no speed work.
B.J.: Changing over to this is touch for trail and mountain runners. You do a lot of walking. But if you swallow your ego it pays off. I've been able to build my aerobic engine to the point that it has actually lifted my top-end. I believe in this and it also makes me believe there is longevity in running LONG.

Your Instructor


Herb is an open heart surgery survivor who went on to run over 50 ultramarathons over the past 12 years including an age group 2nd in the National 100K Championships. Sponsored by Hammer Nutrition for the last 6 years, Herb coaches endurance athletes like you with stress-free training and fat burning nutrition so you can "Run Like a Kid Again"!

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Dear Student,

As we age as endurance runners, we naturally start to slow down, lose strength and mobility. It's not a pretty sight. We peak in our 40's, then begin the gradual slide. In my 50's, I could still lay down an good race. But after I turned 60 I faced my biggest challenge.

You see, I was a marathoner for many years, then just before I turned 50, I suffered a heart attack and had open heart surgery. I had to seriously re-think my running future. I decided life was short and I changed my focus to running trails in the mountains. I quickly had some success running ultra marathons.(Not fast, I'm a mid-packer)

Running over 50 ultras in the next 10 years, I did manage to get some age group awards, including a 2nd in the national 100K trail championships. As a result, I became sponsored by Hammer Nutrition. Then I turned 60, and faced my biggest challenge, "How long can I keep this up?"

As publisher of "Trail Run Crazy", I run across just about everything posted about running and trail running. I decided to get serious about my training and diet, gleaning tips from the top coaches and trainers across the web. I increased my mileage, started cutting carbs from my diet and joined a CrossFit gym. Through this journey, now two years later, I am 10 pounds lighter, stronger than I have ever been, and racing faster. I recently ran fast enough in a tough SkyRunner marathon to place second in the 50 year old age group!

So I got it dialed in, and now I want to share my experience with you.

My passion is to help others to successfully run beyond their 50's. I want you to be able to enjoy your favorite sport and improve your longevity at the same time.

If this is something I can help you with, then contact me today:
Click Here to schedule a Free Coaching Call!

(aka Herb Reeves)

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