Completed 23 marathons and numerous other distance events
NJ State Masters 1500 meter indoor Champion
Achieved All American status 1500 meters 4.22 indoors
Shore AC Millrose Games 4 x 400 masters relay team
Shore AC Penn Relays 4 x 400 masters relay team NJ State Masters 1500
meter outdoor champion
2003, 2004, 2005
Achieved All American Status as a Master for the outdoor 800,1500 and
Member of the 2005 Shore Athletic Club’s USATF National Club
Championship winning team.
Around the Bay 30K in Ontario: 1.50.52 3rd in 35-39 age group
Myrtle Beach 1/2: 1.17.13 (4th)
Gasparilla 15K: 53:12
NJ UST&F Champs 800M 2:07
Detroit Free Press Mara 2:53
Several wins in races ranging from 200m to 5,000m both on road and track
Napa Valley, 2:34, 3rd Place
Nike World Games 1500m champion in 35-39 age group
Los Gatos Allcomers: 800m 1:57, 1500m 4:01
Capitol Road Mile, Sacramento, 4:21 top ten finish in 'Elite'
NYC Marathon, 2:42, 3rd Californian
NYC Marathon, 2:42, 149th overall
NYC, 4:41, First marathon
achieve extraordinary things...”
GP is one of the most innovative coaches in the running
community, employing the same training methods that took
his marathon time from 4:41 to a 2:34 and his mile time from 10 minutes
to 4.21, both in less than 8 years.
GP, a nationally renowned
coach, aims to bring out the best in athletes at all levels, all ages, and
from novice to Olympian. He is a USA Track & Field Level 2 certified coach.
A testimonial to the success of GP's program is the
athlete's high level of performance combined with a very low injury
Now that you know a little about Coach GP,
click on the programs to see what he can do for you...yes you!
“ Coach GP will be running the 2009 New York City marathon on behalf
of Team Boomer & The Boomer Esiason Foundation to help them in their
fight against the deadly disease Cystic Fibrosis. For more information
on the Boomer Esiason Foundation and/or to support Coach GP in his
efforts, please visit the following websites.
Coach GP's platform for maximum potential
Coach GP with the legends Dick
Beardsley and Bill Rodgers.