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Coach Williams’ 5 Points of Training

Always Running’s philosophy follows 5 Critical Points to achieving your fitness goal. With a degree in Psychology, Tony Williams studied Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which he has applied to many things in his life including training:

  1. Health

    Your health is first and foremost. Always Running will assess your health during your Initial Evaluation and throughout your program.

  2. Social

    Always Running cannot remove you from your social life and family. We work to incorporate fitness by respecting your life and your personality.

  3. Occupation

    Whether you are a stay-at-home parent, retired, student or employed full time, Always Running will develop a program recognizing your occupational commitments.

  4. Training

    Always Running will develop a personalized training plan that respects the three areas of Health, Family and Occupation.

  5. Goal

    By respecting each of these, you will achieve you goal in a healthy way with a lasting effect on your immediate and future fitness goals.

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News & Events

Runner's World

Coach Tony Williams selected by Runner's World Magazine to coach weight loss challenge.

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Sunset Magazine

Coach Tony featured in Fitness Friendly Northwest article. Tips to run smart in the winter weather.

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Seattle Metropolitan

Always Running selected as Best Jogging Coach for 2008

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Short Run, Long Run

Coach Tony Williams featured in Pacific Northwest Magazine on establishing a running program.

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Seattle Times

Coach Tony Williams featured in Seattle Times on aging well.

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Tony Pictured with Jersey "You are the only one who can get you where you want to be. I can guide your steps, but I can't do the work for you." - Tony Williams Founder of Always Running
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