Race Recovery Clinic
April 28th, 2012
When: April 28th, 10:00am - 11:00am
Cost: $20 through April 27th, $25 at the door (if space allows)
About the Race Recovery Clinic
This co-ed RMR Clinic is perfect if you're headed into the Eugene Marathon or Half Marathon on April 29th or any
race in your future. Most of us concentrate on getting to the starting line, but there are crucial elements to your training plan that are just as important to focus on after you cross the finish line than before you hear the gun go off.
What You Will Learn
In this clinic you will gain valuable tools in helping you recovery both physically and mentally after race day so you stay healthy, get back to running without injury and be emotionally ready for your next adventure in running.
This Clinic is PACKED with info! You will....
- Learn why having a strong recovery plan is important for you physically and psychologically
- Create your recovery strategy for both pre-race and post-race
- Chart your plan for the weeks following your event
- Get tips on what not to do after your race
- Understand your nutrition needs
- Learn how to get the right nutrition to repair muscles and recover well
- Discover what recovery foods are and why they are important
- Get tools and techniques for recovery through an active demonstration
- Get more answers with our Q&A session
We're very excited to have Jessica Green and Meghan Reynolds here from Hot Bird Running. We did a podcast with these great gals about how to tackle hill workouts. (Listen to the hill running podcast here.) These amazing USATF coaches promote long-term wellness and a fitness focused
approach to running and goal setting for all levels. Jessica's multi-sport background gives her a comprehensive approach to coaching that helps you not only achieve your fitness goals, but prevent injuries in the process. Meghan, who is also a yoga instructor and world-traveler, uses her extensive background in endurance sports,
yoga and cross-training activities to create fun and balanced training
programs. They are both Boston finishers with 3:22 and 3:25 PRs, respectively, just in case you want the numbahs!