About Ronnie Staton
In 2013 Ronnie ran just under 200 miles non-stop across England taking only a ten minute power nap, it took just 55 hours to complete the run which passed through some of England’s toughest terrain. Through personal experience and coaching Ronnie illustrates that inner purpose can overcome the plight of the negative mind and how in discipline, perseverance and self belief freedom can be found. Ronnie works from a philosophy of inspired empowerment to find one’s true aspirations. Once discovered a practical skill set is determined to enable positive change and the realisation of self actualisation.
The real foundations to his approach come in the knowledge that it is not the specifics of the goal that are important but rather what meaning this has to the individual or group. No matter how grand or small fulfilment is equal and universal to everyone who seeks it and ultimately success comes from having the ‘Mindset Of A Champion’ and not purely opportunity.
Ronnie’s main role involves coaching long distance runners across the UK. Alongside this Ronnie also delivers a range of presentations tailored to the client to provide a powerful message supported with the information needed to begin or advance the journey of self improvement.
Ronnie has raised over £35, 000 for a range of charitable trusts by taking on high challenge running events. Last December he completed an event known as ‘The Hill’. It entailed a daunting 55 hill reps of Shining Tor in the Peak District, which equates to 160 miles of up and down on the same hill! Cruelly there was a quit bell above the rep counter, a 96% fail rate, minus 7 gail force winds, rail, hail and more darkness than light.
Ronnie explains his strategies on honest and simple terms to overcome the obstacles life throws our way to come through regardless of the odds. Whatever walk of life you take Ronnie’s insights are applicable to reach your true potential and enjoy living life at its fullest with the people around you whether you run or not.