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What are your kids doing this summer? Not only will Fast Feet Running Camp help answer that question, but also your kids become better runners. Fast Feet Running Camp will be led by Coach Mike Wojciakowski (Woj), who is USA Track & Field Level II certified coach who has a passion to work with youth. Coach Woj has spent nearly two decades coaching cross country and track at Aquinas College, along with being the coach for RunGR.
The Fast Feet Running Camp offers kids (aged 5-12) an introduction to the fundamentals of track and field. The camp will give future track stars a chance to gain experience, knowledge and skills in a fun, energetic atmosphere. An overview of proper warm-up, stretching, and nutrition will be tailored to each age group and coupled with drills and exercises to increase motor development and to improve flexibility. The values of teamwork and sportsmanship will be encouraged in our daily relay races, while positive reinforcement will act as a catalyst for increased confidence. The camp will also feature a daily snack, cotton t-shirt, and entrance into RunGR’s Magic of the Mile, which will be held at on July 12th.
To ensure that each kid is able to get Coach's attention, each group will be limited to 30 kids. Ages 5 - 8 will meet from 3pm to 3:45pm and ages 9 - 12 from 4pm to 5pm on July 9, 10, & 11. Fast Feet Running Camp will take place on Aquinas College's campus in the Alksnis Athletices & Recreation Building. To be guaranteed a shirt, kids must be registered by June 27.
For more information, email Coach Woj at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 616.856.0130. Fast Feet Running Camp is another great event brought to you by RunGR!
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