Are you an employee of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS)? Have you ever wanted to be able to incorporate running into your lifestyle, or improve your finish time(s) and distance? Running is an accessible, inexpensive and effective way to improve your health and fitness, relieve stress, and boost your confidence.  Whether you have never run or you are looking to take your running to the next level, spring is a perfect time to go after those goals!

We are honored to have the opportunity to coach MCPS employees for the third year in a row.  The Spring 2018 Training Program will begin on Sunday, March 11th and will run for twelve weeks through the end of May, culminating with Jeremy’s Run 5K and 10K, an optional goal race to celebrate your training progress (race registration fee not included, participation is optional).

Comprehensive Training Schedule and Coaching Support

This program is appropriate for new runners, runners who are returning after a hiatus, or those who are already running and would like to improve their finish times or increase their race distance to 10K.  Participants will receive a comprehensive 12-week training calendar specific to their experience and goals (5K or 10K), weekly emails with training support and running-related information, as well as the ability to email experienced, certified coaches with questions or concerns.   Participants will also have the opportunity to join us for group runs on Sunday mornings in May and June at the Richard Montgomery High School track, and access to a private Facebook group to facilitate finding running partners for those interested.

Limited to 50 MCPS Participants

There is no charge for this program, but it is limited to the first 50 MCPS employees to register.  Registration will close when capacity has been reached or on Friday, March 9th.  To register and complete a runner profile, click here. Training calendars and program information will be sent out by Saturday, March 10th.  Contact us at JulieandLisa@runfartherandfaster.com with any questions.

Run Farther and Faster Runners Group Photo

 

Written by: Lisa Reichmann