Zilch to 5K

Running Program

2017 Classes Run April 6th – June 15th

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Group running is one of the best ways to get started. Not only will you make some great friends, you’ll have the support of Eve (Stein) Graves, a certified coach with over 25 years of coaching experience in running, Nordic skiing, and tennis. In addition, you will have fellow beginning runners who will encourage and motivate you. We will offer 2 runs per week in the West Duluth area.

Participants are not expected to be at every run. However, to get the most out of the class, doing the suggested workout for the day would be beneficial. The Back-of-the-Pack coach will be at all of the runs to follow along with the class participants and no one will ever have to run alone. This class is intended for those who prefer to move slowly, we go at the pace of the person in the back.

Class Details


Discounts & Drawings

  • 20% off shoes.

Weekly Emails

  • Motivation arrives in your inbox every week!

Schedule

  • A training schedule will be provided, with 2 runs per week over 10 weeks.
  • The first meeting is an informational meeting at Tortoise & Hare on April 6th from 6-7pm.
  • Class ends June 15th.

Weekly Meet-ups

  • Classes meet on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6 pm -7 pm at various locations on the west side of Duluth.

Events & Races


Be a part of Grandma’s Marathon weekend and volunteer as a group at the finish line of the William A. Irvin 5K!

The course starts and ends at the United Protestant Church, and participants will be running or walking the flat course past city parks, historic buildings, and the St. Louis River!

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Eve Graves

Coach

Eve is a certified coach who has been guiding pre-schoolers through adults in running, tennis, soccer, and Nordic skiing and other cross training for over 20 years.

Contact

Program Cost

Until March 1st: $60

After March 1st: $70

Register by April 1 to receive a gift!

Race registration is not included in the training program fee.

Registration Form

You must be pre-registered before the first meeting.

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