FitFirst Spring 2019 10K Run Clinic

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FitFirst Spring 2019 10K Run Clinic

80.00

EVERY SUNDAY FROM JANUARY 20th to MAY 5th @ 9AM

Join runners and walkers of all abilities as we build, teach, and train together to complete a 10k distance—this year, we have our sights on the Vancouver Sun Run on April 14th and the BMO Vancouver 8k on May 5th. Our 10k clinics are perfect for beginners and novice runners—whether it’s your first time running—or your first time running in a while!—you’ll gradually improve your fitness, speed, and strength.

Whether you want to race at the Sun Run or BMO, or you just want to learn to run for fun, FitFirst is the place to be this spring!

Our 16-week 10k training clinic offers:

  • Options for all levels. Whatever your abilities, experience, or goals are, we have a group to match your abilities and goals.

    • 10k groups: 2 mins run/2 mins walk, 4 mins run/1 mins walk, 7 mins run/1 min walk, 10 mins run/1 min walk or straight running

  • Progressional training. We organize the routes and incremental training plan—so you can gradually improve your fitness, endurance, and speed.

  • Perks!  

    • 15% FitFirst store discount for the duration of the clinic

    • $40-value Brooks running apparel or accessory item

    • Informational guest speakers and experts

    • Experienced pace-group leaders

    • Prizes!

 

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WHERE & WHEN:

Meet every Sunday from Jan. 20 to Apr. 28 at FitFirst Footwear (located in the Fortius building, 3713 Kensington Ave, Burnaby)  

WORKOUT DESCRIPTIONS:
Run/Walk: This group follows a program designed for those getting into running and/or recovering from an injury. This program builds slowly in a friendly environment, while providing motivation to reach the 10km goal!
Straight Run Pace Groups: Straight run groups follow the workout schedule listed without walking breaks, and are led through the workouts by group leaders based on a consistent min/mile pace.
Hills: Hills prepare muscles for faster running without going anaerobic. Hills also strengthen the major running muscles & help us become more efficient runners.
Fartleks: Varied intervals designed to increase your anaerobic capacity, strength & power.