Training program open to all levels
August 17, 2013
Trkac Specialty Running Store in conjunction with the Sierra Trailblazers will be hosting a free 10-week training program starting Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Nevada Union High School track.
Everyone is encouraged to join the free 10-week training program and earn a free pedometer by tracking your steps for the next 10 weeks.
This program is designed for all levels of fitness. Are you a sedentary couch potato? Have you ever considered learning how to run? Are you currently a strong runner who just wants to get faster and better? There are coaches and programs for every level.
Group 1 is for walkers. You will learn techniques to become a stronger walker. We will work on leg strength, core strength and stretches.
Group 2 is for folks who want to introduce a little running into their exercise regimen. Let us help you "ease" into running. Gently over the next 10 weeks, we will help you build strength, aerobic capacity and confidence.
Group 3 is for folks who are currently running. Learn how to safely increase your mileage. Have you considered entering races of longer distances — 5K, 10K, ½ marathon, marathon?
Group 4 is for folks who would like to add a day of track workouts to their weekly routine. Warmups, drills, progressions, tempo runs, intervals, fartleks and cool downs. Sound intriguing?
For information, contact Trkac Walking/Running Specialty Running Store at 530-274-4422.
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