What are the target races?
Registration is open for the target race which is the Albany Georgia Marathon on March 7, 2015.
What does my half marathon membership include?
* Weekly training schedule & supported group runs
* Galloway Training Programs book and technical t-shirt
* BDRC $10 gift card
* 15% off shoes & apparel at BDRC
* Jeff Galloway newsletter
* Discounts on RunDisney races (request promo code)
* 50% off all Galloway schools and retreats (request promo code)
* Special Galloway medal upon completion of target race
* Post training/race victory celebration
* Much more!
Is this group right for me?
BDRC Uptown will host a kickoff event on July 22, at 6:30PM. We will go for a short (2-3 mile) run so show you how this program works. We will also explain how you can run faster, go farther, weigh less & enjoy running MORE!
Don't miss out on this opportunity find out about running, nutrition & ways you can reach your running goals injury-free!
Please join us for free and bring a friend!! We welcome all levels! Our programs provide weekly training runs and a lot of support!
Please READ the waiver for restrictions. No strollers or pets. The training fee is non-refundable. However, requests for refunds will be considered for medical reasons 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 applies.
Program Co-Directors: Steve Craft/Shelly Dinkin email@example.com
Program Sponsor: Big Dog Running Companywww.bigdogrunning.com706-322-2786
About Jeff Galloway's Training ProgramsJeff Galloway's Marathon Training Programs are for all levels of runners, from beginning runners to Boston qualifiers. This Low-mileage, Injury-free Training Program is for those who have jobs, families, and a life! The Columbus Galloway Training Program meets on Saturday mornings at various locations across the Columbus area, and follows Jeff Galloway’s training guidelines to get you safely across the finish line of a half or full marathon if your goals are to finish, or to achieve a ‘PR’. Our group runs feature walking breaks at regular intervals based on your skill level. Pace groups (of usually 8-15) are set up according to current fitness level, and a Group Leader is assigned to keep the speed slow enough for all members, and to enforce walk breaks from the beginning to the end.Running is more fun when running together, as each member is motivated to run more often, and stay injury free. As you share stories, (gossip, issues) and pull one another along, the miles go by much more quickly. Lifelong friendships are formed in these mission-oriented, but laid back groups.