We are happy to announce the Inaugural Scioto Mile(s) 5K, 10K, 15K Training Series: Presented by Fleet Feet Sports and OhioHealth.
A $75 entry fee gets you not one, but two races to help tune you up for your spring half and full marathons!
Plus, you get a FREE Brooks Utopia Jacket ($120 value) if you are one of the first 1,000 to sign up!
March 31st - Choose from a 5K or a 10K!
April 22nd - Choose from a 5K, 10K or 15K!
Race day headquarters for both events will be at COSI (Center of Science and Industry)!
Both dates feature a 5K loop course through downtown Columbus and along the scenic Scioto Mile. The gun goes off at 9:00 a.m. on both event dates as you take off down Broad Street and head straight towards downtown! All races will finish in Genoa Park along the riverfront!
Registration for the series includes entry into both dates! You simply show up and run the distance you chose during registration.
Not sure that you can commit to both races? No worries, you can sign up for both dates individually. BUT, you don't get the jacket!
All participants will receive a short sleeve technical race shirt with their registration.
Check out our NO BOUNDARIES® program!
NO BOUNDARIES® is for beginner walkers and runners looking to change their life through fitness. This is a beginners program that offers intermediate drills for runners and walkers alike.
We offer several 10-week sessions throughout the year. The next session with get you ready to take on the Commit to be Fit 5K on May 5th, 2012!
The next session begins February 18th! Join us for no-obligation information sessions on February 15th and 16th at 7:30pm.
Runners may feel the effects of the harsh winter weather more than anyone else. As runners, our faces especially take a beating during this season. Aquaphor does wonders, but can only do so much... As a dietitian, I know that "you are what you eat," meaning that your body on the outside can and will reflect what you put in it. So in addition to your topical skin treatment, eat up for healthier skin!
|Dr. Steven Devor|
This time of year I know that many people become cautious and nervous about the cold air you breathe in while running outside, and that you are concerned your lungs were going to be exposed to very cold air and potentially damaged. Many express specific concern about the "burning" sensation you feel "in your lungs".