Spring 10k Training
Starts January 7
Our Spring 10k Training is a 13-week program beginning January 7th to further runners and walkers toward their fitness and running goals beyond the 5K distance. This program is designed to help you complete a 10K (6.2 Miles) on April 4th, 2020. We will meet Tuesday at 6pm and Saturdays at 7:30am. Our goal race is the Cooper River Bridge 10K, April 4th* in Charleston, SC. The program is sponsored by Mizuno.
Race registration is not included with the program. The Cooper River Bridge Run sells out every year, so register early!
We will meet every Tuesdays at 6pm at the NC Museum of Art and on Saturdays at 7:30am at various locations in the area.
We have 7 pace group options to meet you where you are right now:
1)Runners (Sub 9 min/mile, 9-10min/mile, 10-11min/mile, 11-12min/mile, 12-13min/mile)
2)Run/walk plan to run (increase running interval each week)
4)Run/walk 1 (Run 3 min/Walk 1 min interval throughout the entire program)
What is the cost of the program? $100
Cost includes: Technical shirt from Mizuno; coaching two days a week with a detailed training plan; great opportunity to meet running and run/walking partners; introduction to running routes on area trails and neighborhoods. Seminar Topics including: Running form, speed training, injury prevention, cross training, exercise apparel and gear, nutrition, race preparation, and more!
For more info contact Gina James at firstname.lastname@example.org
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: When does the program meet?
A: We meet on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 7:30 a.m.
Q: How much does the program cost?
A: Registration costs $100. This includes a technical shirt, coach-led workouts two days per week, a detailed training plan, and a series of short seminars on topics including running form, injury prevention, cross-training, apparel and gear, nutrition, and race preparation strategies.
Q: I'm a beginner. Do you recommend this program?
A: If you are completely new to running, we recommend that you start with our No Boundaries 5K program. If you've completed a 5K, or can comfortably run two to three miles, this is a great next step up! It's also a great option for experienced half marathoners looking to improve their speed.
Q: If I have to miss a workout or two, does that mean I can't be part of the program?
A: Of course you can still be involved! We would love to have every training group participant at every run, but we understand that life and obligations may occasionally get in the way. That said, if you're planning to miss more than half of the workouts, please check in with our training program coordinator before signing up.
Q: How do I register?
A: Please register online through Fitvil. If you've never participated in one of our training programs before, you'll need to first create a Fitvil account, and then register for the program.
You can also contact our training program coordinator,Gina, at email@example.com