Run Coaching

You don't need to be an elite runner to benefit from having a coach. Our coaching services can help runners of all abilities, whether you are just getting started or have been running your entire life.

We can help you:

  • Make training modifications to accommodate your injury - while keeping you running.

  • Follow a return to running program after a layoff.

  • Recognize fatigue, overtraining, and recovery errors to prevent injuries and allow for consistency in your training.

  • Commit to long term results.

  • Stay healthy.

We coach runners in a wide range of events including trails/ultras, track (800m-10k), and the roads (5k - Marathon).


Not sure if we'd be a good fit? Contact us for a free consult to discuss your goals and ask us questions.

We offer a 6 or 12-month coaching commitment, after which you will be billed month-to-month until cancelled.


Our coaching includes:

  • Initial conversation to understand your history and goals to develop a starting point.

  • Running program updated every 1-2 weeks, with modifications as needed.

  • Easy access to program through Final Surge website/app.

  • Unlimited access to your coach, through email/text/phone/Final Surge app.

  • Monthly strategy phone calls with your coach.

  • FREE access to our CPT Strength Training for Runners program (valued at $29/mo).​​

Meet The Coach

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Kelton Cullenberg, PT, DPT

Kelton started running in local mile fun runs at the age of 5. With 2 cross country and track coaches as parents, he was pushed in a jogger from the day he was born. He grew up competing in summer track & road races throughout Maine, and started training competitively in high school with his coach/mom Kelley. 


In high school Kelton ran cross country (15:44 5k PB), nordic skied, and ran outdoor track (4:16 mile PB). 

He then ran for the University of Maine where he was a 3-time America East Conference Champion in the 5k (14:25 PB). His proudest moment was running at the 2013 NCAA D1 Cross Country National Championships in Terre Haute, IN, with a qualifying time of 30:35 for the 10k. 


Kelton then pursued his Doctorate of Physical Therapy, all the while knowing his eventual goal was to work with runners.  He believes in the physical therapy process but knows there is often a huge missing piece - getting back to FULL running, including intervals, long runs, hills, trails, races, etc.


Kelton is able to combine his knowledge years of studying anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, kinesiology, and pathologies with his competitive racing career to help you achieve your running goals!

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