This is where I’m supposed to say Welcome…


Well. I’m bucking the welcome on the welcome post. Instead, I post two simple words.

Thank you.

I was 10 years old, and my father asked me to be the assistant coach of the 6-9 Yankees baseball team at the Boys and Girls club. I taught pitchers how to throw fastballs and kids to to field grounders and not pick their nose. So began my love for coaching.

My father passed away when I was 14 and since then, coaching has always been a part of my life. I’m lucky to have his influence on me as I make one massive stride in my coaching career by launching Miles to Go Endurance, where myself, Glenn and Sarah continue to improve the lives of runners around the world.

One month ago, this was not even on the radar, one week ago the conversation just started but when circumstances come together, you make the best of it. As Glenn, Sarah and I began to talk about our coaching future, it became apparent that working together was the best option. I had envisioned Miles to Go Endurance a while back and the logo and domain sat dormant, until now.

Thank you to all of my clients who remain why I do this day in and day out. Miles to Go Endurance is just another step on the journey for all of us to become the best athlete we want to be.

Thank you to Jess for her sacrifice in allowing me to take a chance and do what I love. Life with me certainly isn’t easy. While I will never be able to repay you, someday I’ll make you proud. I love you.

Thank you to Glenn and Sarah for coming along for the ride. Their enthusiasm and dedication to their clients is overwhelming and we are all ready to get started. You will hear plenty from Glenn and Sarah in the coming weeks and months!

Thank you to all of my coaches and mentors who have pushed me on this journey. The support, direction and wisdom is immense and has guided me to this point and continues to steer me in the right direction!

Thank you for all of you for visiting this post and reading what I have to say. 

Our mantra is simple: We work harder. And, our promise to each and every one of you is to work as hard as we can, together, to achieve all of our goals.

Just like Robert Frost’s character in “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” we resist the pull of mediocrity, the status quo, the “woods, lovely dark and deep”

We do things our way, and we all have..miles to go before we sleep. 

Thank you. Welcome. Stay tuned, drop in your email address and keep up-to-date as we push forward and live life audaciously, on our own terms and crush our goals. 

-Ryan Knapp
Founder, Miles to Go Endurance

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