When are the workouts?!
Where are the workouts?!
MIT's home base(s) is Worthington and Clintonville at Thomas Worthington and Whetstone High Schools. Specific locations will be provided each week, along with a rolling schedule of upcoming locations.
What schedule do I follow and where do I find it?
Nearly all of the race schedules have been posted and uploaded on trainwithmit.com
Wait, I still can't decide what pace group to select!
Are you still uncertain which pace group is best for you? Check out this link for guidance! And this link! Still need help? Come early on Saturday and our Pace Coaches will point you in the right direction!
I want to be connected to MIT 24/7!
We know you are logging your miles. Keep up with your fellow pace group members and connect with others in MIT! TrainWithMIT.com is your go-to spot for the latest information for MIT. Also integrated in the site is the Strava app.
What on Earth is Strava!?
Strava is simply another way to stay accountable and log your miles. You can look back on previous work-outs and connect with other MIT members.
HOW TO GET GOING
Record your athletic activity using one of the many compatible GPS devices.
Upload your activity from the device. (it syncs with Garmin Connect) Analyze and compare your data against yourself, friends, and pros. Best of all - it is free! Join the EXCLUSIVE MIT group with Strava! Click here to join!
What does the Wednesday Workout look like?
Beginning the first Wednesday of each season MIT will be hosts Wednesday Speed Workouts each week. Workouts start promptly at 6:30pm at Thomas Worthington at the track, but we often rotate to other locations so stay tuned to the weekly e-mails.
** If you are new to MIT or training to complete your FIRST full marathon, Jeff will help cater the workouts to your ability! With that being said, increasing mileage is tough as it is and we want you to do so enjoying running/walking. When you add intensity, your risk of injury, burnout and over-training increases. If you are unsure, e-mail your group lead and they can help you determine if Wednesdays are for you!
I'm still uncertain about my pace. Do I have to choose one right away?
MIT has 20 plus different "pace groups". The pace group is in place to allow you the opportunity to gain coaching support and guidance on a Saturday run. The support comes from both the Pace Coach as well as others in the group.
You don't have to "declare" a pace group right away. Start with one that is closest to your long run pace and adjust if needed. Again, the physiology of endurance training says your long run pace should be at least a minute slower than your race pace. Read more about it here.
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