October 23rd to December 18th, 2013
Wednesday 6:00pm - 1hr to 1.5hr workout. Focus on hill repeats, tempo routes and stamina workouts. Headlamp required.
Saturday 8:00am – Endurance Workout. 1.5 - 3 hours depending on training option selected.
There is a dryland component added to the end of our speed session on Wednesdays. Focus on strength, recovery and flexibility with a variety of running specific exercises, foam rolling and basic yoga.
This clinic also includes two running specific workshops lead by Dr. David Urness of Valleyview Chiropractic and Massage. Topics for this clinic TBA.
15k - runners require a base of 1hr
25k - runners require a base of 1.5-2hrs
50k - runners require a base of 2-3hrs
$125.00 which includes: 8 weeks/8 training sessions, weekly informative training emails/newsletters, coaching by a certified coach, unlimited access to your coach, motivational group training, endurance workouts, exposure to a variety of trails in Kelowna and surrounding areas.
Weekly tips and guidance to help motivate you as the winter season approaches.
|October 23rd, 2012. Clinic fills fast! Limited spots are available.|
Enhance your Training with a PACE Extras:
Periodized Training Program (+$75)
Take the guess work out of your training and meet your maximum potential with a personalized, periodized training program that will take into account all your training goals and races. 10 week training design. This price is available only for those who are also registered for the January clinic.
What to Expect with this clinic:
Wednesday sessions will be a mix of road and trail. Routes and details sent out after registration. Sessions are approx. 1-1.5hrs in duration and focused on hill repeats, stamina & tempo sessions. Saturdays focus is on maintaining an endurance base, leading into the New Year. Participants take a break from structured speed training and work on their base phase of their training.
At P.A.C.E., we know it is important to build a strong foundation and that training should gradually become more race-like as the season progresses. This is why we continue to build our endurance base and start to shift our intensity focus as we approach our spring training!
"Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try"