RACE TRAINING SERIES
Sundays 1:15 - 2:30 pm | AUGUST 12 - SEPTEMBER 16, 2018
Do you have your eye on an upcoming half marathon? Do you struggle with sticking to your training plan? Do you want to improve your technique and performance, and learn to avoid injury and reduce pain?
Running 21.1KM is no small feat. Whether it is your first or tenth race, every runner has a goal to improve time, or prevent injury, or feel stronger during the race. Most runners are comfortable with the idea or practice of gradually increasing mileage over the course of a training program, but there is more to performance than just running. Cross training, intervals, mobility, nutrition, and mindset all play an important role in your race day performance.
The 6-week CrushCamp Race Training Series is the first cross-training program dedicated to runners. Each 75-minute session will include a 60-minute interval workout designed specifically to strengthen the muscles needed for running, followed by 15 minutes of rolling, mobility, and stretches, customized to the needs of the group.
WHAT YOU WILL GET:
Custom 1/2 Marathon training plan, including group runs and at-home workouts
Six weeks of individualized training and accountability with community experts
Two optional group runs per week
Six 60-minute group cross-training classes designed specifically for runners
Weekly mobility sessions with take-home exercises
Mobility release ball
Physio loop band
Online team support and training group
Option to add discounted CrushCamp group classes and/or Personal Training
TOTAL INVESTMENT: $150 + GST (CRUSHCAMP members SAVE 10%)
Registration for the full series is now closed, but we have opened two spaces per week as a single drop-in.
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Questions? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each of the six weeks, we will have one expert from within the community coming in to share advice, guidance, inspiration, and answer your questions to make sure you are prepared come race day!
August 12: Running form and finding your pace with Tammara Francis: Founder of OneUnit Training Co., Boston completer, certified Personal Trainer and Run Coach
August 19: Mobility for Runners with Dr Kayti Bates, triathlete, Chiropractor, and mobility guru
August 26: Race Day Nutrition + Preparation with Raf Lopez, lululemon Run Maven and leader of YYCRunCrew
September 2: Mindset + Motivation for Runners with Guinness World Record holder and author Martin Parnell
September 9: Gearing up: How your shoe can affect your run with TechShop Mission
September 16: Injury prevention and running recovery with Valerie Lowe, Physiotherapist with Evolve Chiropractic
These mobility, nutrition, and training resources have been created specifically for the Race Training program, to give you the guidance you need to crush your goals, both in and out of the studio.
THE RACE CREW
RACHEL HALL - RACE SERIES COACH, CRUSHCAMP HEAD OF TRAINING
Wrapped up in that small but mighty package is a powerhouse both in strength and smarts. This former UofC Varsity wrestler lives and breathes health and wellness, and is coming to us from 10+ years of personal training and group fitness coaching. Rachel also doubles as our Training Lead bringing such depth in knowledge to the table. Known for sneakily (but safely) getting you to that next level, Rachel is all about concrete technique while cracking the odd joke or five. Count on walking out with a couple of personal bests and all of the high fives.
2018 Run Goal: Calgary IRONMAN 70.3!
Dr. Kayti Bates - RACE SERIES COACH, CRUSHCAMP Mobility Master
As both a CrushCamp Coach and a chiropractor with evolve Chiropractic & Wellness, Kayti hustles on the daily to help her patients move better and thrive with active lifestyles. With a background in powerlifting, fitness modelling, CrossFit, and running, she brings a wide range of stories and experiences to her mobility practice and is an absolute wealth of knowledge around all things movement!
2018 Run Goals: Summer of Tri's! June in Wasa Beach, Calgary Half Marathon, and August in Sylvan Lake!