Joe owns and manages Coach Bails Running, LLC. He is a certified running coach through Road Runners Club of America and USA Track and Field. He lives, trains, and coaches in Mahomet, IL and surrounding areas. He loves to run and runs to live a full and healthy life. He coaches first time finishers and beginners through advanced runners in distances ranging from the 1 mile to the marathon. Joe helps individual athletes set and achieve their running goals by offering quality coaching at an affordable price. Services include form analysis, face-to-face running coaching, online training programs, small group training, or large group training such as the Youth Speed & Agility classes. Whether you are training to finish your first 5K or to set a personal record in the marathon, he will help you achieve your goals in running.
Joe keeps a busy schedule. In addition to owning and managing Coach Bails Running, LLC, Joe is a Kinesiology instructor at Parkland College in Champaign, IL. He coached at Mahomet-Seymour Junior High (MSJH) for 14+ years. Joe was the boys' head coach for track and field and the assistant coach for cross country. He will be coaching track and field at Next Generation School in Champaign this spring. Joe was the inaugural race director of the Illinois Marathon in Champaign-Urbana, was the race director of the MAYC races for 10 years and organized a 5K race in 2013 and 2014 to raise money to support the MSJH cross country and track teams. Joe has worked as a P-T sales associate at Body n' Sole in Savoy, since 2010 and has taught Kinesiology classes at Parkland since 2011.
Winter Youth Speed & Agility Class - 6-week program in January and February.
2019 Christie Clinic Illinois 1/2 Marathon - 12-week training program. Cancelled
2019 Christie Clinic Illinois 10K - 10-week training program. Cancelled
Winter High School Speed & Agility Class - 6-week program in January and February.
In order to offer more personalized services, Joe limits the number of clients he trains."There are always ways of motivating yourself to higher levels. Write about it, dream about it. But after that, turn it into action. Donít just dream." Dan Gable
"We run, not because we think it is doing us good, but because we enjoy it and cannot help ourselves.... The more restricted our society and work become, the more necessary it will be to find some outlet for this craving for freedom. No one can say, 'You must not run faster than this, or jump higher than that.' The human spirit is indomitable." Sir Roger Bannister