ELM's spring Adventure Running clinic begins April 30.

ELM’S Adventure Running series begins April 30

Get off the road and on the trails with Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM).

ELM is kicking off their annual trail running series, Adventure Running, beginning Thursday, April 30 at 5:30 p.m. with the first of three eight-week, coached trail running clinics that run from April- October.

Adventure Running is led by coach and kinesiologist Sarah Seads and combines trail running, hill training and navigation into one great running workout. Weekly, coached training sessions are designed to to improve running technique, boost technical trail speed, increase stamina and ramp up hill climbing and descending strength….all while having fun.

This clinic is perfect for trail runners looking to ‘bust a gut’, adventure racers wanting to practise their trekking skills and road runners that want to push themselves to a new level of fitness and adventure,” Seads said.

Each week multiple pace groups are available for novice (45-60 minutes total time) and experienced (75-90 minutes total time) runners. “The spring Adventure Running clinic is a great way to prepare for racers who are taking on the Kusam Klimb or other mountain runs this summer,” Seads noted.

All Adventure Running clinics include weekly coached training sessions, a detailed weekly training program, ELM Running Clinic Manual, maps of all routes and weekly e-education sessions from the coach.

For more information and to register go to elmhealth.com

– Equilibrium Lifestyle Management

 

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