No need for running to be a chore — why not make it fun? Join Session I of 5K training to achieve your goals and change your life!
I’m really excited to announce my first 5K training session of 2018. Ordinarily I kick these off much earlier in the year but given our weather this winter it didn’t seem so feasible. To that end, I’m proud to announce we will officially begin on April 29! The end of session race is the Perfect 10-Miler 5K on July 29.
life begins at the end of your comfort zone
5K Training with Coach Rachel
What’s 5K training all about?
Just because you’er a veteran runner doesn’t mean 5K training isn’t for you! 5K training is perfect for beginner runners, those returning to running after injury, and individuals getting back into fitness after some extended time off. We start off slowly and build progressively through the program. For this 5K training program, runners will begin with a run/walk and eventually build up fitness to be able to run 30 minutes without breaks.
Can I participate virtually?
Yes! Anyone can participate! The advantage to being a local runner is that you get to meet for the weekly group runs and boot camp, but as long as you’re willing to put in the work, you can certainly participate from a distance.
Do I have to participate in the race at the end?
It’s good to have a goal to work toward and the race experience is really fun, especially after all those weeks of hard work and sweat! Having said that, you’re under no obligation to participate in the race at the end if it’s not your thing.
How do I sign up for 5K training?
Signing up is super easy. Email me at [email protected] and we’ll get started!
Help me make this the best session yet by sharing with your friends and family. We’re going to have a great time and I can’t wait to get started. Click here to learn more about me and No Excuses Running. If you have any questions at all about this 5K program or any of my other coaching programs, please reach out via email at [email protected].
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