Run Tucson News
Why Group Training? After college I was terrified that I wouldn’t run if no one was expecting me to. I’d spent 4 years running for a division 1 school where I did everything my coach told me to do. Thankfully, I did keep running even without having my workouts posted on a bulletin board. It
48th TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run Race info and registration: Sign up here for the challenging course in the iconic Saguaro National Park, with prize money, age group awards, and a tremendous amount of satisfaction. Capped at 750 overall participants. For all the race details, please visit our friends at the Southern Arizona
Tucson 10k Training: Start Now! Phase 1: Getting your groove on. Start here if you need to spend a few weeks making running part of your regular schedule. The more consistent your running is, the easier it will be to build and add intensity. In this phase, the important thing is getting out the door.
Summer in Tucson: What to do to get in shape It’s about 5,000 degrees outside in the Old Pueblo, with eggs frying on the sidewalk and eyelids sticking to eyeballs – not a great time to be a distance runner. The heat in Tucson will make it hard to run a lot – your average
Train for the Festival of Miles: One Mile At a Time Here is a 5-week training schedule to start you on your running adventure, one mile at a time. Week 1: April 24-30 Run for 10 minutes or 1 mile (whichever comes first) at an effort level that feels relaxed. Don’t push the pace. If