We are pleased to offer a Galloway Training Program in the Temple/Killeen area and for Baylor Scott & White Health employees through their Fitness Program.
New Member Marathon/Half-Marathon Program - $159
Annual (Alumni) Member - $148
Scott & White Employee New Member Half Marathon Program - $79 (S&W pays $40)
Scott & White Employee Annual (Alumni) Member - $99
Information Session & Program Kickoff
Temple Galloway will be having a kick off on March 21, 2015 at Lions Park at 7:00am. We will be training for the Wounded Warrior Half Marathon to be run on June 14, 2015. There will be an info session on March 19 at 6:00 pm at the Lions Pavilion at Lions Park. (4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502. The pavilion is in the lower park near the covered playgroup area.). email email@example.com for additional information.
The training fee is non-refundable. Requests for refunds are considered for medical reasons only and must be accompanied by a physician's letter. They must be submitted prior to the half-way point in the training season. A $25 processing fee will be retained.
About Jeff Galloway's Training ProgramsThis training program is for all levels, including beginners. This low mileage run/walk program will prepare people for an incredible achievement. A high percentage of participants, including beginners, continue this lifestyle change after the completion of their goal. This national training program was developed by and is still currently produced by Jeff Galloway and Phidippides Runners. Jeff has been involved with training programs in the U.S. since 1978. Due to the enormous growth in interest and commitment within the past 5 years, running has become a symbol of achievement, respect, and competence among North Americans who are becoming increasingly aware of the health benefits of regular exercise. Jeff's unique low-mileage run-walk program makes it possible for almost anyone to experience the feeling of completing their goal. The simplicity and wisdom of the program reflect Jeff's motto: Run Injury Free. The weekly training schedule includes three days of running and three days of cross- training (non-running aerobic exercise like cycling, cross country skiing machines, or water running).
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