Cheyne Inman – Los Angeles Running Coach

$110.00 / month and a $19.00 sign-up fee

Aiming for Boston or breaking that 3 hour marathon barrier? OTQ coach excited to work with athletes every step of the way.



LA running coach Cheyne Inman, based in the South Bay city of Torrance, is excited to meet you where you are at in running and to work with you every step of the way towards your goals, whether that’s nabbing a BQ or breaking that elusive 3 hour marathon barrier. Ready to get started? Reach out to Cheyne below!

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LEVELS: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
TYPES: Road, Track, Trail
DISTANCES: 5k/10k/Half Marathon, Marathon, Ultra
TRAINING PLAN: Individual, customized training plan
COMMUNICATION: Unlimited email, unlimited phone, unlimited text
RESPONSE TIME: Within 24 hours
LOCATION: Torrance, CA
IN-PERSON SESSIONS: No, online coaching only


I have coached athletes of all levels from first time runners to athletes qualifying or Boston, high school state champions, and U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifiers. I treat every athlete with the same level of dedication, but I let their goals and training time availably dictate how we train. I do not train every athlete the same even if they have similar pr’s. I think confidence is a big factor in performing well, so if certain workouts have worked well in the past, we will continue to incorporate them, and if you had a bad experience with certain workouts we will try something new. I work with my athletes where they are now to get them where they want to be. No goal is too big.
Here is what you can expect working with me:

  • Injury prevention and running form drills.
  • Weekly video texts explaining what the goals are for the week, along with anytime communication with me.
  • Weekly updates to your training plan to make sure your training plan is on track with your current fitness to hit your goals.
  • Monthly zoom group coaching calls going over a variety of training topics with all of my athletes.
  • Goal setting to reach your dreams.

Although I have helped athletes of all levels reach their goals, I have particularly enjoyed helping athletes break 3 hours in the marathon for the first time when this was not even something they thought attainable because of where their pr’s were before we started working together.


Athletes have goals, but they also have a life outside of running. I work with an athletes family and life schedule to design a plan that maximizes their fitness within their life.


  • Former Division II Head Cross-Country and Track Coach.
  • Current Head Cross-Country Coach at West Torrance High School.
  • Have coached over 20 open and masters runners to breaking 3 hours in the marathon.
  • Coached Tyler Sickler to qualify for his first US Olympic Trials in the marathon.


I enjoy coaching athletes of all levels whether it is your 1st race or you have been racing for years and want to hit a specific goal. I’m a big believer in setting big goals and training hard to reach them.


  • Renato Canova
  • Arthur Lydiard
  • Miguel Nuci


  • Winner of the Surf City Marathon, Santa Rosa Marathon, and Norcal Marathon.
  • 2020 US Olympic Trials Qualifier.
  • Winner of the 2019 Ray Miller 50 Miler.


  • 5k: 14:36
  • 10k: 30:23
  • Half Marathon: 1:06:57
  • Marathon: 2:18:29


  • Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Sports Science from University of San Francisco
  • NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching


Finding a coach who is a great fit for you is really important. We encourage you to email your coach prior to signing up so you can connect, communicate, and ensure a good athlete/coach fit.

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Any short term or long term goals?
Describe your ideal coach/athlete relationship.
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