Saturday Only option available at checkout
Kenyan Way’s 2019 Spring Program which consists of Monday Hill Workouts, Wednesday Speed Workouts and Saturday Long runs starts on Saturday February 2nd and runs through till Saturday April 20th.
Focus will be on training for the 5k but at the same time preparing you for longer races such as 10K, 1/2 marathon and full marathons.
Online training schedules start January 7th 2019 with group workouts & long runs beginning Saturday February 2nd, 2019
The number one goal of this, and all our programs is to keep our runners healthy by gradually increasing their mileage and race performances.
We emphasize medium effort on moderate inclines during our Monday Hill workouts.
Controlled pace is stressed during Wednesday workouts where the goal is to hit the prescribed paces.
Long Runs on Saturdays are run at a relaxed, conversational pace, unless Marathon Goal Pace is prescribed for that particular day on a runner’s individual schedule.
Participants receive an interactive weekly training schedule designed for their own exact level of fitness.
The training schedule will provide a moderate increase in weekly mileage and long runs along with an exact pace/effort to run during workouts.
It is important to follow this schedule to achieve consistent, injury free running which is the key to a runner’s success.
Consistent weekly mileage, long runs and controlled hill/speed work are guaranteed to get participants in better shape.
Runners may sign up online for the Spring Program which will enable them to receive and access their training schedule within 24 hours (usually within several hours).
The Spring Training online schedules will be available January 7th 2019, 4 weeks before the first group run.
Signing up at base when attending a first workout or long run session is also an option.
3 Group Workouts Each Week (Monday, Wednesday & Saturday)
Monday (Hill Workouts)
Morning workouts are offered with group start times of 5:20am. This means you should have done your warm up jog and drills before workout. Instructions are given to the group for this warm up at 5.10am.
Workout locations vary each week for the Hill Workouts - they can be up to 1.5 miles from base so you should arrive at base giving yourself time to check the board for the location and then jog to it.
If we are meeting 1.5 miles or more away from base then we will email you in advance to give you a heads up so you have the opportunity to either arrive at base a little sooner or to drive directly to the workout location.
Wednesday (Speed Workouts)
We will meet at the WEST corner of Memorial Park closest to the NEW Memorial Drive Running Center from 5-7am. You should start and finish between those times.
Boston runners may have some of their workouts scheduled to be run at Shepherd Drive and do their workout on the rolling hills there.
These workouts will be short intervals, tempo runs and fartleks and will be written on a board along with another board showing pace times / predicter chart.
You should always check your own online training schedule before coming out to this workout so that you know how many miles you should be completing on any given day.
Saturday (Supported Long Run)
The Long Run leaves our base at 303 Jackson Hill, 77007 (next to the softball field) at 6a.m. sharp.
Some runners will start as early as 5am to run some early miles,
Everybody will come together at 6am for the group start.
The Long Run Route is emailed to registered runners on Thursday or Friday each week but they are also available in printed form at the table at base.
There are water stations with ice cold water and gatorade every couple of miles on the route and we have support staff cruising the course to ensure your safety.
We will have pace groups for 5:00, 4:45, 4:30, 4:15, 4:00, 3:45, 3:30, 3:15, sub 3:00 marathoners. The mile paces for these groups will range from 12:30-7:00 minute miles. All runners can run with the pace groups even if not training for a full marathon. A different course is mapped out each week and details are emailed to all registered runners. The course is supported with fluid stations every 2-3 miles and has a vehicle cruising to watch out for any injured or stranded runners. The distance of the course differs each week but “possible other distance” options are also emailed with a map. Runners will run the distance shown on their training schedule.
If you are running the Boston Marathon this year, we have workouts specifically designed to get you ready.
Online training schedules will start January 7th 2019. Our Spring Program will prepare you for the demanding Boston Course by including downhill running on Wednesday workouts and at the beginning and end of your long runs