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NYC Half-Marathon 2012: Get social, get trained

Tuesday, March 06, 2012
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Whether you've never run before or your training for your tenth half-marathon, the following resources will help you train for your first -- or next -- race!

LIKE AND FOLLOW RUNNING:

TRAINING TIPS:

  • Eat right: When it comes to running, what food you use to fuel your body can make all the difference. Here are some suggestions about what to eat.
  • Prevent injuries: Everyone wants to be fitter, stronger and faster -- all while staying healthy. Here are some stretches to do before and after your runs.
  • Find a coach: A coach can help you achieve any goals that you may have when it comes to running.
  • Join a class: What better way to meet your fitness goals than as part of class? Find out about a number of NYRR classes that will help you reach your potential.
FREE RESOURCES FOR KIDS

A Running Start
A Running Start is a free online coaching resource with 83 videos developed by New York Road Runners to help youth coaches teach the fundamentals of running through age-appropriate games, activities, and drills. Created in collaboration with a team of expert youth coaches and exercise physiologists, these activities can be used individually, incorporated into an existing practice routine, or used to craft one's own running session.

Active Eating
Active Eating is a free series of lesson plans, for children in grades K-8, that use fun physical activities to educate them about making healthy food choices. Lessons explore the importance of each meal, the value of eating a variety of foods, healthy and less healthy food options, and how to select foods that help our bodies stay strong.


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