Wednesday, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm at South Park
Saturday, 9– 10 am at Tandem Bike Trail Head on the Montour Trail
Fleet Feet Sports’ 8-week, non-competitive, conditioning camp will get kids ready to join middle school cross-country this fall.
XC Camp meets twice weekly during July and August and introduces the fundamentals of form and speed development in a non-competitive environment through creative drills and a gradual building of runningendurance to 30 minutes. The program is designed for students entering the 6th, 7th or 8th grades in Fall 2016, and the focus is on fun!
XC Camp t-shirt
16 coached group sessions of interactive games to get kids moving & build an endurance base.
Training plan includes two weekly group sessions, plus 1 additional workout plan.
Upon registration, receive special discounted coupons for running essentials to get started on the right foot.
Brad is from Charlotte, North Carolina where he was the high school state champion for the 2-mile event and runner-up for cross-country in 2006. As a college student he was a track standout for Lenoir RhyneUniversity. When he isn’t fitting and training youth at Fleet Feet Sports, Brad competes at race distances from 5K to 100 miles and plays in a punk band.