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2017 Get Ready to Run! “Couch to Cubby Chase” or “Reach for 6.2”

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 29,2017.  You will train in a group setting and receive individualized weekly suggested workouts so you can reach your goal and the finish line!

Head coach Stephanie Bolster holds certification by the USA Triathlon & YUSA and has over 10 years coaching experience.  The beginner program is designed to guide you, starting out with walking, and building into running and completing your first 5K road race. For experienced runners who can complete 5K distance, the “Reach For 6.2” program will help you build endurance and improve your performance to take the next step to run a 10K.

The program begins June 6, 2017 Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks from 6 – 7 PM.  Location:  Geneva General Hospital & various running venues in the Geneva area.

Cost is $60 which includes registration to participate in the Cubby Chase on July 29, 2017.  Employees of Finger Lakes Health receive a $30 discount on the Get Ready to RUN program which includes registration for the Cubby Chase 5K or 10K event.  To obtain the discount, Finger Lakes Health employees use the Promo Code: TRAINING.  All participants will receive a team t-shirt.

Corporate Wellness Challenge: Local business & organizations can enroll employees as a Wellness Team and receive special recognition at the race award ceremony, company logo on team shirt, track team training progress on social media platform.  Boost morale and demonstrate a commitment to workplace wellness by encouraging employees to take steps to improving their fitness while also giving back to the community.  To register your Corporate Challenge Team contact: Kathy.ryrko@flhealth.org (315) 787-4190.

To register for Get Ready to Run! click here:

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Note: Finger Lakes Health advises that you consult with a physician before beginning any exercise program.