Endorsed by Curators:
Goal Race: Frederick Half Marathon, May 6, 2018
Program Length: 12 weeks
Information Session: Thursday, February 8th at 6:00 pm, Charm City Run, 467 W. Patrick St., Frederick
First Group Run: Saturday, February 10, 2018, 8:00am, Baker Park
The FSRC Half Marathon Training Program is ideal for the first-time or intermediate half-marathoner, and is a great way to improve your running and meet other runners in our community. Each participant is given a training plan including recommendations for mileage, cross-training, and days off. While some runs will need to be done on your own, volunteer coaches lead group runs twice a week. Group runs are encouraged, but not mandatory. A private Facebook page provides a place to coordinate additional runs with other participants, and get support and advice from more experienced participants and your volunteer coaches. We try our best to answer your questions, or at least connect you with someone who can. Participants must be at least 16 years of age on program start date.
You must be a paid member of FSRC to register for this training, but you can join the club at the same time you register here. If you think you are a paid member of the club and you can't register, please check the spelling of the name you used to join the club, using https://steeplechasers.org/membership/registered-members/
Cost: $0 for current Steeplechasers members
To help protect against injury, we strongly recommend you are:
Please complete both steps:
(1) Register for the program by clicking link above. If you have not already paid your Steeplechasers dues, you will be given an opportunity to pay them as part of the registration process. Please make sure your RunSignUp profile uses the same spelling for your name as can be found at https://steeplechasers.org/membership/registered-members/
If you're asked to claim your account, please see https://steeplechasers.org/membership/claim-account-rsu/
(2) Ask to join the FSRC Half Marathon Training Facebook page. The Facebook page is our primary means of communicating to keep you updated on when and where runs are occurring, to help you find support and get your questions answered by your coaches and fellow participants, and to notify you of cancellations due to weather.