Fleet Feet Tacoma Training starting for 2013 "The Perfect Fit Gift"!

The goal is set, and now you need some help to get there. Fleet Feet Sports Tacoma offers training programs to get you to the starting line.


1st Session

Half and Full Marathon January 28th – May 5 (14 weeks)

Kick Off Meeting:  January 23 at 6:00pm

Goal Race: Tacoma City Half and Full Marathon Sunday, May 5, 2013


Good Form Running  Fleet Feet Coach, USATF and Fleet Feet Certified

Common Running Injuries Dr. George Keogh, D.C, Proctor Chiropractic

Nutrition for Training  Becky Hellerstien Nutrition Tech Rep NW, PowerBar

Strength Training for Runners  Chad McCann DPT, CSCS, 3Dimensional Therapy

Training Routes Point Defiance Park, Orting Trail and UPS Track

Participant requirements

half must be able to run 6 miles, and full must be able to run 8 miles. 

Sports Medicine Doctor:  Joshua Purses, DO


Physical Therapist:  Chad McCann, DPT, CSCS  "3Dimensional Physical Therapy & Sports Conditioning"

Cost for HFMT is $140 – Does not include race entry Alumni $130

  • Discount for YGG available during training
  • Technical Tee
  • Clinics on various topics Stretching, Nutrition, Preparing for your Race, and more
  • Hydration Station for training runs
  • Bi-Weekly Coached workouts
  • VIP Tent on race day!
  • Coach hours available at store
  • A safe and supportive environment for all athletic abilities that builds lasting camaraderie and friendships
  • Online Training Tool to track progress and provide feedback & unlimited email access to coaches
  • A flexible workout program, breaking your training down week by week and day by day
  • Vendor Demo nights

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