Fleet Feet Hoboken Launches Fall No Boundaries 5k Training Program
After a successful Spring Program, Fleet Feet Hoboken launches 5k Training Program for Fall.
Five kilometers (or 3.1 miles) is a seemingly insurmountable distance to those who have never participated in running or walking activities, but Fleet Feet Sports’ 2013 No Boundaries program will help participants cross that finish line in less than 10 weeks. Through motivation to keep participants moving, weekly group training runs and educational clinics, program participants will achieve their goals while feeling stronger and healthier than ever before.
Fleet Feet’s next No Boundaries Training Program begins with a Kick-Off Meeting on Tuesday, August 27th at 7pm. This Fall Program will run for 9 weeks and participants will train to complete the HoBOOken 5k on Saturday, October 26th.
“No Boundaries participants will learn about choosing the right running or walking gear, proper nutrition and avoiding injury,” said Shawn Marlovits owner of Fleet Feet Sports Hoboken. “These lessons, alongside basic walk/run training, are all key components to 5K success.”
No Boundaries, sponsored by New Balance, is a nationally recognized beginner 5K training program that goes beyond the training basics of time and distance. To learn more about the Fleet Feet Hoboken’s No Boundaries program and to register for the Fall program, stop by the store at 604 Washington Street, call (201) 533-1200, or visit http://www.fleetfeethoboken.com/training/no-boundaries-5k-fall-2013.
About Fleet Feet Sports
Fleet Feet Hoboken carries footwear, apparel and accessories for running, walking and fitness enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Knowledgeable staff members have the expertise to assist customers with fitness-related questions, and they will help every customer find the right “FIT” for their active lifestyle. In addition to being a community resource, Fleet Feet Sports functions as a gathering place for area runners and walkers through the offering of educational seminars, training programs and race information.