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Free 10 week training program for women of all ages and abilities to learn to run or walk for exercise. At the completion of the 10 weeks of training your graduation event will be the Women Can Run/Walk 5K in Conway on May 12th, 2018. Clinics will meet three times a week on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 5:30 PM at the Batesville Community Center, 1420 20th St.
The first clinic session will be March 5th at 5:30 PM. There will be an orientation and sign up meeting on February 22nd at 5:30 PM in the Community Room at the First Community Bank Southside Branch.
We will be having a leader only meeting on February 20th at 5:30 PM in the Community Room at the First Community Bank Southside Branch.
Training groups are as follows:
Walker Group A - Your goal is to train to walk up to 3.1 miles, and/or learn to walk longer and at a faster pace.
Walker Group B - Your goal is to train to walk up to 3.1 miles using alternating slow-fast intervals. The duration of the fast walking intervals will increase weekly, improving your pace. Your training time will increase to 45-50 minutes in the last few weeks of the clinic.
Beginning Runner Group A - Your goal is to train to run/walk up to 3.1 miles. You are not running any and want to complete a 5K.
Beginning Runner Group B - Your goal is to train to run/walk up to 3.1 miles. You are currently running 3 minutes or less at a time.
Intermediate Runner - Your goal is to train to run consistently up to 3.1 miles. You currently run at least 4 minutes before taking a brief walk break, and you are able to do these intervals for up to 30 minutes total.
Advanced Runner - Your goal is to run longer distances and at a faster pace. You are currently running approximately 3 miles and have possibly run some 5K or 10K races. You want to increase your speed and run for longer distances.
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