A middle school track meet conflict has us hitting the power lines tonight – and it’s good timing for a little strength work too! We’ll be heading out on the dirt and then returning along the bike path concentrating on high-knees and quick turnover as we attack the hills. Bring stable shoes, ones on the […]
Highlighting athletes of all ages in all kinds of sports, qualification for the 2008 Bay State Summer Games begins on June 1st and runs through the 30th. Finals in most events will be held throughout the month of July. Track & field qualifiers for the southeast region will be held in Hingham on the 27th […]
John Worgan extends his deepest appreciation for all the thoughts, cards and other things that he received from the club while he was in the hospital. Thanks to all!
A ladder can be a terrific technique for learning appropriate pacing for various distances and power outputs. Today we’re going to introduce the ladder with a simple 200, 400, 800, 1200, 800, 400, 200 progression. Rest intervals should be jogged at a distance equal to the work interval for a total workout of about 8K. […]
Anne Preisig of the Falmouth Track Club will be coaching a youth running program for kids in grades 3 through 12. Beginning on the 7th of July, these weekly sessions will meet from 5:15-6:15PM on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Falmouth High School Track. The cost is $25/week or $80 for all four sessions. […]
We’re going to shorten the distance now to tune up for all of these spring 5K’s. You’ll want to accustom your body to running a bit faster than your target 5K race pace so that on race day, 5K race pace will feel comparatively “easy.” Hit these intervals at about 10 seconds faster than 5K […]
The Great Hyannis Road Races are rapidly approaching and we need volunteers. If you’d like to help out as a course marshal, work in registration, sell merchandise, or help out in any way, contact Bob Eckerson or Pat Nally as soon as possible.