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The Trackster Ultimate Summer Running Camp!

Join us July 23-29 in Fort Collins, CO for the best training experience ever!

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emmett's Boost Plan

• 122 sessions scheduled so far

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7 Day preview

  • Fri 07/23 • Recovery

    10.0 mi • 1:25:00

    WINDOW: 18 OVERALL WEEKS: 324CURRENT MILES 2729.325 Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run but calling it that is not completely accurate! As any experienced runner knows, even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. Watch the video for tips from Pro SteepleChase Runner Emma Coburn attached below.

  • Thu 07/22 • Workout

    3.0 mi • 08:30

    Workout 18

  • Wed 07/21 • yoga recovery

    1:25:00

    Follow a 20-60 minute yoga routine, ideally for runners. Trackster recommends these two, although there are a plethora of free options on the internet! https://www.corepoweryoga.com/blog/yoga-runners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hTllAb4XGg

  • Tue 07/20 • Workout

    3.0 mi • 08:30

    Workout 17

  • Mon 07/19 • Recovery

    10.0 mi • 1:25:00

    WINDOW: 17 OVERALL WEEKS: 288CURRENT MILES 2729.325 Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run but calling it that is not completely accurate! As any experienced runner knows, even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. Watch the video for tips from Pro SteepleChase Runner Emma Coburn attached below.

  • Sun 07/18 • Long run

    18.0 mi

    A long run usually consists of anywhere from 15 to 30% of an athlete's weekly mileage. View the attached video to learn more about long runs with info from Parker Stinson.

  • Sat 07/17 • Rest

    Rest days are just as important as workouts & long runs! Make sure you hydrate, sleep and avoid exerting too much physical energy. This will set you up well for future training -- take advantage :)