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Location: Geneva, NY US 14456
Description

The Finger Lakes Health Running & Walking club is open to Finger Lakes Health Employees and to the community.  The purpose of the Finger Lakes Running & walking club is to promote wellness through physical activity by organizing training programs, encouraging participation in local running events and connecting wellness-minded people within the community.

Membership Levels

Level 1. 2019 Get Ready to Run Training Program Registration

Community Registration:

The Get Ready to RUN program consists of weekly coached workouts in a supportive environment, designed to safely improve your health, enhance your fitness, and prepare you to complete the Cubby Chase 5K (3.1 miles) or 10K (6.2 miles) on July 27, 2019. You will train in a group setting and receive individualized weekly suggested workouts so you can reach your goal and the finish line!  Coaches are trained health care professionals with background in body mechanics, fitness, nutrition and are experienced runners.  

The program begins May 28, 2019 Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks from 6 – 7:15 PM.  Location: Geneva area running/walking venues.  Cost is $62 which includes registration to participate in the Cubby Chase 5K or 10K event on July 27, 2019. 

Maximum Number of Members Included in Membership: 1
Minimum Age: 12

Membership Options

Level 2. Finger Lakes Health Employee Get Ready to Run Training Program

Finger Lakes Health Employees Registration

The Get Ready to RUN program consists of weekly coached workouts in a supportive environment, designed to safely improve your health, enhance your fitness, and prepare you to complete the Cubby Chase 5K (3.1 miles) or 10K (6.2 miles) on July 27, 2019. You will train in a group setting and receive individualized weekly suggested workouts so you can reach your goal and the finish line!  Coaches are trained health care professionals with background in body mechanics, fitness, nutrition and are experienced runners. 

The program begins May 28, 2019 Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks from 6 – 7:15 PM. Location: Geneva area running and walking venues. Cost is $62 which includes registration to participate in the Cubby Chase 5K or 10K event on July 27, 2019.

Maximum Number of Members Included in Membership: 1
Minimum Age: 12

Membership Options

Level 3 City Geneva Employee

City of Geneva Wellness Corporate Challenge

The Get Ready to RUN program consists of weekly coached workouts in a supportive environment, designed to safely improve your health, enhance your fitness, and prepare you to complete the Cubby Chase 5K (3.1 miles) or 10K (6.2 miles) on July 27, 2019. You will train in a group setting and receive individualized weekly suggested workouts so you can reach your goal and the finish line! Coaches are trained health care professionals with background in body mechanics, fitness, nutrition and are experienced runners.

The program begins May 28, 2019 Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks from 6 – 7:15 PM. Location: Geneva area running and walking venues. Cost is $62 which includes registration to participate in the Cubby Chase 5K or 10K event on July 27, 2019.

Maximum Number of Members Included in Membership: 1

Membership Options

Club Officers
Name Title E-mail Phone
Patrick Boyle VP Human Resources 315-787-4015
Kathy Ryrko Coach 315-787-4190
Liz Loycano Coach
Barb Zeller-Maw RRCA Coach
Sherry Saxby Coach
Kim Lamoy Coach
Club Contact Information
Geneva General Hospital 196 North St.
Geneva, NY US 14456
Phone: 315-787-4190
Website: www.cubbychase105k.org

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Meet Our Coaches

Coach Liz Loycano,
I have been a physical therapist at Finger Lakes Health for the last 4 years, treating members of the community with orthopedic and pelvic floor concerns. I’ve loved running since high school, and since moving to the Finger Lakes, I have participated in the Cubby Chase, Corporate Challenge, Seneca 7, and Women’s Right to Run. I love to be in the garden, and then cook interesting things with my produce (eggplant bacon, anyone?). I’m looking forward to meeting everyone, learning your goals, and sharing my favorite stretches and recipes with you!

Coach Barb Zeller-Maw, RRCA certified coach
I am a Registered Nurse working in LTC at Finger Lakes Health. I never thought I could be a runner, but about 8 years ago, in my 40’s, I challenged myself to run a 5K. I started slow, mostly walking, but gradually worked up to a 5K, which led to a 10K, followed by a 15K and a half-marathon. Running helps me stay in shape, reduces stress, and continues to challenge me. I’m looking forward to helping everyone cross that finish line, whatever your goal and motivation.

Coach Kim Lamoy,
Hi all! I am a Rehab Aide/CNA working for Finger Lakes Health at the Huntington Living Center. I have always been into health and fitness all my life. I really got into the 5ks after having my second child. My first race was a Turkey Trot about 12 years ago. I have since participated in the Cubby Chase 5k and the 10k, Waterloo Tribute to the Fallen 5k, J.P Morgan Corporate Challenge as well as running around Seneca Lake for the Seneca 7 (2xs!) I love motivating others and seeing them succeed! I am excited for us all to get together and see what kind of fun we can have! See you all soon.

Coach Sherry Saxby,
I am a Physical Therapist Assistant, I work in the Transitional Care Program of Finger Lakes Health. I have worked in the department for over 5 years. This is my second career, first being dairy farming. I have always been on the run in general because of my occupations. I have completed many 5K/10K’s including the Cubby Chase, the Corporate Challenge, Seneca Seven, half marathons, obstacle events and even a 5 mile snowshoe race. I enjoy being outside no matter what the weather is and I enjoy encouraging people to do the same. This is a great opportunity to meet, encourage, and see you all cross the finish line.

Coach Kathy Ryrko,
My occupation is child care center director and you’d think spending your days with young children is motivation to be on the run, but I discovered my inner-athlete at age 50. I was athletic in my younger days but definitely not in mid-life. My interest in running began when we decided to hold a 5K race as fundraising event. I saw women my age crossing the finish line & it looked like so much fun! So I started off walking & then gradually built up to running. My first 5K was the It’s a Wonderful Run; and I was hooked! I entered every race in the region & some out of the region, distances from 5K, 10K, 13.1 & 77.7 relay. I called it “research” paying attention to every detail with the goal of making our Cubby Chase a quality event.

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