Couch to 5K

Couch to 5K Training Program

Registration is now CLOSED

Next group starts Fall 2017


The last twelve classes have sold out!

2013 MooreOnRunners!

We have already had twelve successful classes since 2013
All of the classes filled up fast with an average of 25 runners each time!

Click here to read about our January 2013 group.

Don't miss out on our next Couch to 5K class!

Registration is OPEN for the October to January class
All of our classes have sold out before the start date!

Don't forget to checkout the Facebook Page for more "stuff"!
Have you ever wanted to run a 5K?  Do you want to get back into running after taking time off?  

Make this your life goal for 2015 and start a new adventure by getting off the couch and to the finish line of a 5K race!

Noah Moore, USATF and RRCA certified running coach, will offer an eight
week couch to 5K program to help you achieve your goals!

Coach Noah Moore
Coach Noah is a former couch potato who lost over one hundred pounds and went from the couch to running Ultra Marathons.  He has designed his own format of this classic training program that will help you get moving and stay moving.

The cost of this program is $60 and includes:

-         A certified running coach who will meet with you every Sunday for 10 weeks.
-         A twelve week training plan to get you from the couch to the finish line of a 5K race.
-         Group training opportunities with experienced runners each week.
-         Motivation and support to get you to the finish line.
-     Participants will train for the Charlie Post Classic 5K on January 28, 2017

Most importantly, you will be part of the coolest running group in the Lowcountry

Group training and instruction will meet under the Arthur Ravenell Bridge on Sunday mornings at 7:00am for one hour (A detailed training plan and schedule will be provided). 

Noah Moore
Certified Running Coach



  1. how do I register for the program starting in March?

    1. Hey Linda! I have the link up now:

      Hope you can make it!


  2. Sorry if this is redundant, but is this class suitable for someone who has NEVER run before? :)

    1. I'm okay with redundant :) Yes, this is for someone who has NEVER run before. The hardest part is signing up and making the commitment to come every Sunday.

  3. A couple of years ago I followed the online C25K program and completed it. When it was over, I stopped running. Will the course discuss how to stay motivated after 4/28?

    1. Shoot! I can't see who wrote this, but I hope you come back to read my reply. Yes! I am all about getting you hooked on running. I want everyone who signs up for this program to keep running for years to come.

  4. I was brave enough to sign up.Hope that bravery take me in the morning.Im 291 lbs haven't ran since high school.My God be with me.Again are you sure Im suitable.

  5. Good post. I’m a regular visitor of your website and appreciate you taking the time to maintain the nice site. I’ll be a regular visitor for a really long time.

  6. ok, I have signed up now I look forward to meeting new beginner runners. I'll need all the support and encouragement available. Look forward to meeting everyone.

    1. Can't wait to see you next Sunday Kathy! We are going to have an awesome group!

  7. What if we can only commit if our 3.5 year old must attend with us? Is 3.5 too early to start a Couch to 5K? And/Or may I use my jogging stroller with her?

    1. I started running with a jogging stroller! That would be fine. It will make it a little harder on you, but if that's what it takes it will be worth it.

  8. I was fortunate enough to visit a place like this, we found awesome things one after another after another. It was all very exciting. The place itself is stunning and the seats are very comfortable.

  9. I was a couch pig my self. 2 years ago I started eating right lost about 40 lbs and did a bit of running for like a month or two before I did the bridge run. I finished with 1 hour and 3 mins but I was totally not ready for it. I hurt my self enough to go back to the couch this year in March i knew i needed a change I wish i would of know about this program it would of helped greatly. I Started running and April and felt I needed to do something to get more motivation i met up for a group run the people at try sports were there and they were very nice and supportive. I did a 5 k last week and was just 3 minuets shy of my high school times that was 15 years ago. What i am trying to say is signup you can do it. Who wants to waste there life on a couch any way?

  10. Do you know when your classes in January will start?

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