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Group Coaching through Gazelle Sports
Whether you are just starting to run, starting over, or are gearing up for a personal best marathon, we will support you with personalized Lydiard™ training schedules, positive guidance, informative clinics, and fun weekly group training runs.
- Personalized training schedule based on ability and goal event
- Access to a fantastic amount of information on training through Running Wizard training website
- Online log to track workouts, communicate with coaches and team
- Daily emails outlining run for the day and the next day
- Lydiard Certified Coach
- 10% discount on regular price products in store during the program
- Participant item
- Dedicated team leaders
- Supported routes
- Informational clinics
- Medical Professionals onsite during select runs to offer support
- Exclusive Run Camp discount days and product opportunities at Gazelle Sports
- Fun, social atmosphere
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The cost for the Summer Training program is $129.95.
What Participants are Saying...
"I was a bit of a skeptic because the Lydiard program involved different training than I'm used to. But this is a lot of miles at a slower pace, and it's been pretty fantastic. It's probably the best running that I've ever been doing among a group of people that are probably the best people that I've ever run with."
"These people have become my family. We celebrate marriages and babies and life and, unfortunately, death, but we're all here for each other and it would be a lot harder to get out here without all these people."
"The Lydiard Program that our training programs are following offers some really cool benefits for our athletes. First of all, I would say the low-injury rate is most noticeable versus past years. By lowering the amount of intervals they do earlier in the program, our athletes are feeling better, fewer people are missing days and more people are going to actually make their race. Another great aspect of the program is the ability for runners to actually see their progress. Where in past years they might have questions about whether they're race ready, they're feeling fatigued at this point, they're not sure if they're going to make it, they're not seeing their times going down, they're not seeing that they're moving faster and better, but this year because of the slower running that's allowing a more pronounced progression, they can see here we are again getting close to race day ,they're feeling better, they're feeling fresh and their times are dropping faster and easier than they were in past years."