Hadley Fisher – Indianapolis Running Coach

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$45 first month! Process-oriented coach with exercise science background committed to helping athletes reach their individual goals.



Indianapolis running coach and Certified Personal Trainer Hadley Fisher specializes in helping younger runners improve who are looking to compete in college, or injury-prone and burnt out runners looking to get back to running and be competitive. Reach out to Hadley below to get started!

*** $45 First Month for month-to-month Coaching – Coupon Code: 45firstmonth ***

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


  • Runners that are ready to challenge themselves, whether this be a competitive runner looking to improve their PR or someone looking to complete their first 5K.
  • Young runners interested in running in college.
  • Injury prone or burnt out runners looking to add cross training and variety to their routine.
  • Runners who want to have a better run/life balance.
  • Balancing strength training with run training.


  • I first and foremost believe that being a process oriented runner is the best and happiest way to reach goals. Having small goals in mind on the way to a bigger goal makes training fun and helps to create an understanding of the roles of each part of training, from easy days to those hard workout session grinds.
  • Open communication between a coach and athlete is key. Being self-motivated is big in the sport of running, but life happens. I am there for when we need to re-evaluate if a training session needs to be altered/pushed back, skipped, or simply for push of accountability and motivation.
  • Over the years I have noticed runners tend to be, simply put, the best sort of humans. I believe that running improves your life in aspects that go way beyond fitness and sport.


Annual summer coach and counselor for high school aged kids ranging from those who just walked on to their school’s team to state-title winning athletes.

Informal experience with friends and family. Recent college grad with my B.A. in Exercise Science and currently pursuing my M.S. in the same field. Experience working in a gym and have my CPT via ACE.


I was born and raised in the midwest by my parents and am the middle child with two siblings. I grew up loving to be active but unfortunately for young me, I was not very great at any sport. I tried soccer a few times but was scared of the ball, so that didn’t work out. My mom made me go to a cross country meeting in sixth grade (I didn’t want to go) and low and behold I have now been running for 10+ years, including at the NCAA DI and DII level.

I love competing, but I love running for what it is even more so. I love the sense of community there is in the running world and I love the feeling I get after finishing a long run. I have dealt with multiple injuries and issues with nutrition during my collegiate career which led to me gaining a serious interest in how exercise affects the body and vise versa how you treat your body affects exercise. I recently graduated with my B.A. in exercise science after finally finding a passion within a field after changing my major approximately four times. I am pursuing a M.S. in the same field and love to connect what I learn in my education to running. I also have my CPT via ACE and believe that strength training is an important component to being the healthiest runner you can be.

Things I love aside from running: Being outside in any sort of nature, my cat (I didn’t think I liked cats until she showed up in a tree in my backyard), coffee, reading, podcasts (especially true crime), traveling, the list goes on.


  • My high school coaches taught me to believe in myself. I’m pretty sure I can still hear him yelling STRONG FAST CONFIDENT.
  • My college coaches taught me that not only do you have to believe in yourself, you have to work hard to make it become reality.
  • Both my college teammates and college coaches taught me that you get better together and that leaning on and trusting other people is a strength, not a weakness.
  • “Trust the process”


I was decent at running in high school, but not great. My freshman year of college, I was not fast enough to race our regional meet, and definitely not nationals. A few years later I was one of our top 5 girls for the entire season, PR’d in all my events, and raced at nationals where I was one of the top girls on our team. This took a lot of hard work and overcoming a lot of setbacks. I also want to note however that the year after this I struggled with more setbacks with injuries and a not so great headspace. Through more hard work, I got back to where I am today. I don’t have one race to share because for me, my racing journey has been anything but linear. However, with hard work and support, you can ALWAYS make it through to the other side and be better than before. We are always a work in progress.




  • Mile: 5:06 (1/21/2021) Bellarmine Open Indoor Meet
  • 5K: 17:29 (2/10/2023) Grand Valley Big Meet
  • 6K: 21:38 (11/6/2021, Cross Country/Grass Course) NCAA Division II Midwest Region Championships
  • 10K: 36:26 (4/13/2023) Bryan Clay Invitational


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.

Give us a brief history of your running, and this can include what distances and/or races you’ve run, how long you’ve been running, any past or present injuries, if you’ve worked with a coach or a specific training program before, etc.
Any short term or long term goals?
Describe your ideal coach/athlete relationship.
Any questions/comments for Team RunRun or the Coach in general?



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