Please note that for safety reasons all Fall training programs will require you to have and bring running hydration with you.
Fall Bridge Program:
This training program is specifically designed to bridge the game between the fall and winter programs. Whether your goal is to get in shape, get faster, or bridge the gap between seasons; THIS IS THE PLAN FOR YOU! We meet twice a week - Mondays and Thursdays at Fleet Feet. Our workouts are designed to build running strength and develop muscle endurance. Coaches will guide you through weekly workouts that focus on speed and efficiency using interval training on the track and on hills.
This program comes with two group workouts per week and a weekly training schedule to help maintain fitness and endurance between seasons. The group workouts will end on December 20th, but the provided training plan will extend until January 7th.
Tuesday nights you will be challenged with a combination of hill work, form drills and speed workouts. Designed to help you run faster and more efficiently, you will be amazed with your improved overall fitness from these challenging and fun sessions. Saturday runs are for distance and will be done at a slower pace to increase the amount of time on your spent on your feet and to encourage a quick recovery. Saturday long runs will be crucial to your success in the race as they help you to build up cardiovascular, muscular, and skeletal strength for the endurance to finish the event.
Fall Walk To A Mile (October 2019):
Ready to take the first step in your fitness journey? Whether you are looking to get off the couch or find accountability with a group, our Coaches and Mentors will help you cross the finish line of your first race. This Walk To A Mile program is designed for those who are first time athletes wanting to start their fitness journey, those with limited mobility or injury looking for something to keep active, to those who just love to walk! Our walking program will build your endurance and enjoyment of being active and getting outside to walk.
Benefits of Walking Training (adapted from the Mayo Clinic):
Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier live. A few benefits from walking include: Maintaining a healthy weight, prevention or management of various conditions including heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes, helping strengthen bones and muscles, improving your mood, and improving your balance and coordination.
The faster, farther and more frequently you walk, the greater the benefits. We want to empower you to become a regular walker and establish a regular routine to help you continue with the activity and new healthy behaviors.
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