Jacob Cosme – Dallas Running Coach

$90.00 / month and a $19.00 sign-up fee

Ultra running coach who wants to help beginner runners reach their potential on both the roads and the trails.



Dallas running coach Jacob Cosme specializes in beginners taking their first step towards running ultras, both on the roads and the trails, anywhere from 50k to 100 milers. Reach out to Jacob below to get started!

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LEVELS: Beginner
TYPES: Road, Trail
TRAINING PLAN: Individual, customized training plan
COMMUNICATION: Unlimited email, unlimited phone, unlimited text
RESPONSE TIME: Within 24 hours
IN-PERSON SESSIONS: No, Online coaching only


I can work with beginner runners looking to break into the ultra scene. Having ran distances from 50ks to 100 miles; I understand how to prepare physically and mentally. I want to instill that same preparedness in the runners/athletes that I coach; meaning nailing the pre-race strategy, nutrition set-up, gear requirements, and problem solving during the race.
I addtion to the pre-race prepartion; I also understand that strength training is important as well and I won’t shy away from it if a runner wants to add it to their training plan.

Lastly, to tie everything together; the mental preparation/goal setting. I want to try and instill the proper mental preparation for my runners so that they are able attain or get as close as possible to their goals.


Running ultras are never easy and training for them can seem even more difficult due to the time and effort needed. For this reason I want to create a training plan that best fits my atheletes lifestyle. I also want them to realize that even with other life obligations such as family and work; that running a 50k or tackling their first 100 miler is obtainable.

Lastly, I want running and training for ultras to be fun. Even though running ultras have its highs and lows remembering “why” you are doing this will make this fun. Also, the trail and ultra community are a fun bunch of people. Who wouldn’t have fun running for hours in the woods with like-minded people.


As a new coach I am looking to help beginner ultra-runners realize these potential.


It all started with a video on Youtube about a runner running 100 miles and the “why” behind it. I thought I could run 100 miles but how and how long will it take me to achieve that goal. That thought was in 2018, fast forward to 2022 and I am toeing the line of the Rocky Raccoon 100; with the goal and hopes of just finishing. 30 hours later I am crossing the finish line of my first 100-mile race. After years of training; running smaller ultra distances; DNFing my first 100 mile attempt my goal finally came to fruition. If you are looking to achieve a goal at maybe running your first 50k; jumping up a distance to a 50 miler or 100k; or finishing your first 100 miler then you can reach out to me as I too have been in your shoes a newbie.

In addition; I am a husband and a father so I know and understand that life can be unpredictable just like ultras; so I will do the best I can to accommodate for those sudden changes in life.

If you are ready to take the next step or chase after a goal you have been wanting to achieve; reach out to me and we can talk about said goal and maybe get you started on the path to it.


Some of my biggest influences have been Jason Koop for the scientific/training side of running. Another big influence is Courtney Dauwalter for the mental side of running.


  • 2x 50k- Piney Woods Ultra 2021
  • Alamo City Ultra 2022
  • 3x 50 miles- Wild Hare 2020
  • Coyote Trail Run 2021
  • Almira 50 2022
  • 1x 100k- Run Lovit 100k 2023
  • 3x 100 miles- Rocky Raccoon 100 2022
  • Pumpkin Hollerin 100 2022
  • Medusa 100 2023


  • I am an UESCA ultra-running coach.


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Any short term or long term goals?
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