Training Program Details
Summer / Fall 2021 Half Marathon, Full Marathon and Distance Training
Begins May 29, 2021
The centerpiece of our training program is the weekly group long run, utilizing Jeff Galloway's unique Run/Walk system. We run Saturday mornings at 7:00 AM from various locations throughout the Triangle including Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Morrisville and Umstead Park. Check our website for details of our upcoming runs. Come join us for a run and bring your friends – we are always guest friendly! You are also encouraged to complete (2) three mile runs on your own during the week.
Our 2020 Programs trained over 300 and over 1,000 races (live and virtual) and we’d love for you to join the team for our 2021 Winter / Spring Program. We can help you achieve your running goals in a fun, team environment! We offer 8 pace groups - whether you are a Boston Qualifier, pursuing the 50 States Marathon Club or just running to finish, you'll be assured of training with others of your own ability. Walkers are welcome but you must be able to maintain a 15:00 - 16:00 minute per mile pace.
We run from 14 different locations in the Triangle, a different one each week. The centerpiece of our training program is the weekly Saturday group long run, utilizing Jeff Galloway’s unique Run/Walk system. You are encouraged to complete (2) three mile runs on your own during the week.
You will make lots of new friends and learn more about endurance running while working to achieve your running goals. Whether you are hoping to run your first half or full marathon or you are a veteran runner planning to improve your performance, we can help.
What do you get?
Program fees include our training program, Jeff's e-book GALLOWAY TRAINING PROGRAMS, a technical running shirt or visor, as well as discounts at local running stores and races. We also have Pancake Breakfasts, Educational Seminars and other events that enrich your experience.
(* Active.com processing fee extra) Sorry, we no longer provide Runner’s World subscriptions.
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