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HALF AND FULL MARATHON TRAINING

2020 Summer / Fall Session

When will our In-Person SUMMER SESSION start?   

We are currently meeting in smaller groups of not more than 20 runners while maintaining social distance before, during and after the run.

Our normal group runs will resume when larger groups are able to meet. (Most likely Phase 3 of the NC Reopening Plan.)

We request all runners wear a facemask pre-run, post-run and carry the mask during the run.  Galloway facemasks will be available for $3 each or 2 for $5 from your team leaders or bring your own. Bring exact cash OR  Venmo to Ron-Wahula.

 

Also, please carry your own water for the run. Please note, most of these locations DO NOT have open restrooms or water fountains available - so plan accordingly.

Location Details and Addresses

Program Registration Fees: 

New Members - $149

Returning Alumni - $89

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Summer / Fall 2020

7/11/2020

Location Details and Addresses

7/11/2020

6:30AM or 7:00 AM

Run #6

What: 10 miles + slow and easy

 

Where: (see link above for location details)

Location:  Umstead / Black Creek Greenway

Lake Crabtree Parking Lot - Old Reedy Creek Road Trailhead

9:00 Pace Group - 120:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM

11:30 Pace Group - 60:30 Intervals 

Time: 7:00 AM

Location: Raleigh Greenway - Shelley Lake – Sertoma Arts Center Upper Parking Lot

9:30 Pace Group - 120:30 Intervals (Run South towards Crabtree)

Time: 6:30AM

10:30 Pace Group - 90:30 Intervals  (Run South towards Crabtree)

Time: 7:00 AM

Location: TBD - Visit The Incredibles Facebook Group for details

10:00 Pace Group - 90:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM

Location: American Tobacco Trail - New Hope Trailhead Park

11:00 Pace Group - 90:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM (Note New Time)

Location: Neuse River Greenway - Anderson Point Park

12:00 Pace Group - 60:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM (Note New Time)

12:30 / 13:00 Pace Groups - 30:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM (Note New Time)

15:00 Walking Group - 15:30 Intervals 

Time: 6:30 AM (Note New Time)

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  1. Tips for getting through this:

    • When possible, stay at home. When in public, maintain social distance of at least 6 feet from others. 

    • Clean, clean, clean. Disinfect everything you come into contact with on a daily basis. A solution of water with a few tablespoons of household bleach is great except on fabrics.

    • Exercise, whether it be in the safety of your home, in your neighborhoods or at our greenways and parks. Be sure to maintain 'SOCIAL DISTANCE". 

    • If you are sick, please SELF ISOLATE. 

    • If you are handy, build something, sew something, fix something. 

  2. Maintain your fitness through running, biking or home workouts. 

    • Running: Our members can choose to run on their own or independently with their team members. These runs can be organized by team leaders or members.  Some of our groups maintain Facebook pages which you follow.    If you need to contact your team leaders, their email addresses are posted in the Members Only tab of our web site. Reach out to me if you need to contact one of our members and I'll assist.

    • Biking is a great exercise and maintaining social distance is fairly easy.  

    • Home Workouts: Treadmills, weights, resistance are all options. The YMCA is preparing workouts via Facebook and there are lots of options on YouTube. Or dust off that Jane Fonda workout tape. Just DO SOMETHING! You'll feel better and be less stressed from looking at your 401K. 

  3. The Memorial for Maureen Bowen has been postponed along with all group gatherings as mandated by good common sense and Governor Cooper.  When things settle, our Raleigh Galloway Team with honor Maureen's and Bob Myers'  lives in a special way.

Program Details

CONTACT US

Ron Wahula

Program Director

Phone: 919-270-0365  |  Email: RonWahula@aol.com

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Jeff Galloway is perhaps the one individual in the American running community who can combine a superior knowledge of our sport with the highest level of achievement - making the Olympic team. - Bill Rodgers, 4-time winner of the Boston Marathon

 

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