Endurance Project

guiding you to be stronger, run faster, go further

Unified Running Club

Our Inclusive Running Program will be led by Andrew Lynch, holding a degree in exercise science from UMass Lowell and nearly a decade of work in the running shoe industry, as well as Brendan Aylward, owner and head strength and conditioning coach at Unified Health and Performance.

Weekly sessions will meet at Unified Health and Performance (or a predetermined location) and be structured to accommodate all of our athletes of varying ability and experience.

Email Brendan at unifiedhp@gmail.com if you have any questions.

To sign up, fill out the form below.

Name *
Name
i.e. Me and my daughter
Please be as descriptive as possible to help us plan the workouts
What would you like to accomplish by participating in our program?
Would you like to participate in our 5k on June 8th? *
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Unified Endurance Project

Whether you have no experience running or are looking to PR your marathon, we will help educate, empower, and train you to get to the finish line. Our runners participate in our adult group classes, strength train in semi-private sessions, follow training plans from a distance, or run together as a group.

“I don’t think my words can express what a phenomenal coach Brendan is! He took the time to understand what my specific running goals were and developed a comprehensive marathon training plan that also included strength training.  As an experienced runner, I worried about any kind of weight training that would hamper my running performance but understood the necessity of doing both to stay injury free.  Brendan worked to increase my speed safely while teaching me how to run at a slower pace and explained the benefits of doing so. He measured my progress with data from every run to give specific advice. Brendan challenged me to go beyond my comfort zone, when the gains matched my goals. Thanks to Brendan’s vast knowledge of running and strength training, I was able to set a new PR of 3:45:52, beating my previous PR by 16 minutes.  After running 8 marathons, I finally qualified for Boston!”