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  • Writer's pictureLyns Romano

Athlete Agreement

Updated: Dec 5, 2023

By choosing to work with Skyline Run Coaching athletes must understand and agree to the following expectations. These expectations are in place to build a strong relationship that supports our commitment to taking an athlete-centered approach.

1. Listen. Your schedule is laid out with an abundance of care and consideration. Rest days are in your schedule for a reason, as are easy days and workouts. Prescribed paces/RPE are in place to optimize rest and stress and to help you get the most out of your training. Needing to change a training schedule is natural and happens all the time - communicate with your coach and they will happily help you make the adjustments based on important factors like how you are feeling and other lifestyle-related factors like busy days and appointments. Disregarding or modifying the schedule isn’t helpful because it has a ripple effect on the days and weeks that follow.

2. Be Honest. As remote coaches, we require your utmost honesty when it comes to how you feel and how you are responding to the training. You don’t need to impress us by overreaching, nor will you disappoint us if you need to scrap a workout halfway through because you don’t feel well.

You need to let us know if you don’t feel well, and report things like aches and pains immediately so we have the opportunity to respond and intervene before they become a bigger issue.

3. Do not train if you are sick or injured. Never push through a session or a movement that doesn't feel right - you have nothing to gain. Simply put, if it hurts or if you feel "off", do not continue. Yes, you will be asked to rest, see a doctor/physio/medical professional, or modify your workload in favour of honouring long-term athletic development.

4. Do the work. As much as we would love to sometimes we can’t be a substitute for putting in the training hours! We can build you the best training plan, but the enigma of coaching is that the results will not materialize without your dedication to the schedule.

5. Keep a current training log. Keep your TrainingPeaks training log updated and detailed and ensure that your weekly update form is submitted by Sunday evening (unless otherwise specified by your coach). Your TrainingPeaks training log is a vital lifeline of information for your coach.

We can not make future training decisions without the updated and clear information from your training log.

6. Virtual training gear. We require that all athletes use:

• TrainingPeaks

• BridgeTracker (if you are a strength training athlete)

• Email

7. Coaching fees:

We accept the following forms of payment:

• PayPal

You agree to provide current, complete, and accurate purchase and account information for all purchases made. You further agree to promptly update account and payment information, including email address, payment method, and payment card expiration date, so that we can complete your transactions and contact you as needed. Sales tax will be added to the price of purchases as deemed required by us. We may change prices at any time with a 30-day notice to users. All payments shall be in CAN.


To cancel or pause services The Participant must email

8. Review your schedule. Please take the time to review your entire week in advance so that you can ask any related questions promptly.

9. Engage. If you have questions or require clarification, ask before you do the planned training session! Post-session please provide us with feedback such as RPE and how you felt. We rely heavily on your perceptions and emotional responses to provide context to the training data you upload.

10. Communicating with your Coach:

Communication outside of business hours (Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm) will have a delay carrying over to the next business day. We understand that evenings and weekends are when many of you have time to email us and that’s no problem at all! We welcome that and encourage it so long as there’s a mutual understanding regarding timelines.

Please reserve any questions or comments that are not urgent for your weekly update form.

Reviewing your training schedule in advance can generally ensure that things go smoothly. Communication via social media (Facebook and Instagram) regarding your training is discouraged as these messages are easily missed.

11. Have fun! This is meant to be an enjoyable and supportive experience and the points outlined above all help us to ensure that.

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