By Thomas Tarapacki
Do you want to begin a
running program, but aren’t sure how to get started? Fleet Feet Buffalo is
launching a program designed for people who’d like to be ready to run a 5K race
lot to learn about running, including how much and how to train, how to
properly stretch to avoid injury, and how to choose the proper gear. Starting
this month, Fleet Feet Buffalo is bring back its training program to
help beginning runners.
Fleet Feet Buffalo, located at 2290
Delaware Avenue at Hertel in North Buffalo, is starting another “No Boundaries” program on
Monday, March 23rd. No
Boundaries is intended for people who have never taking up running, or who
haven’t run in a while. This program uses a run or a run/walk approach to
train runners over a 12-week period. The program tries to properly prepare beginners who want to complete
their first 5K (3.1 mile) race. The goal is to get the runners ready to
run – and finish – the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Saturday, June
13th, at the Delaware Park Rose Gardens. Experienced coaches will
motivate and educate, providing information on everything a beginning runner
needs to know, such as nutrition, injury prevention, and stretching. All of this will take place in a fun and
Balance is sponsoring the No Boundaries program along with Fleet Feet,
and all participants will receive a New Balance technical T-shirt and jacket. A $75 registration fee will cover all aspects of the program (other than the
race registration fee).
Register at Fleet Feet Sports or
online at .
For more information, call Fleet Feet at 716.332.3501, or you can also attend an informational meeting on Wednesday,
March 11th, at 7PM at Fleet Feet Buffalo.