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ALSO RUNCLUB + Starts September 18th
Sunday Agenda: Summer “Coffee Club” with a running problem!
Sunday July 16th 2017: Opening of Summer Skills Training Location Caffe Motivo. THEME : Setting intentions / Creating Commitment/ Knocking the weeks off).
Sunday July 23rd 2017: Location Mc Arthur Park in support of the Kamloops Marathon. Guest Coach: Dr. Sarah Brise
Sunday July 30th 2017: Airport Dike Run – Coffee Red Beard
Sunday August 6th 2017: Mount Paul Golf Course – Fellowship Breakfast Sunday
August 13th 2017: Runners Sole - Theme : Rehab and Recovery with Host Wayne Richardson
Sunday August 20th 2017: Kamloops Active Health Guest Coach Dr. Sarah Brise
Sunday August 27th 2017: Guest Coach Ryan Runners Sole Pioneer Park (Breaky at Motivo )
Sunday September 3rd 2017: Guest Coach Ryan Runners Sole TCC outdoor Track (or Walk in the Park)
What’s next: RUNClub Autumn Splendor
Our Summer Skills Clinic 2017 is getting organized
Each workout and session will have it's own meaning and fun
All paces welcome | All people welcome | All smiles welcome
Keep your running momentum going throughout the summer. We want everyone to keep things going and bring you into fall feeling fabulous.
Plus it is a ton-of-fun!
RUNCLUB Summer - Sunday June 11th - Bob's Batch Run
RUNCLUB Plus - June 12th - The Happyness Center
RUNCLUB Summer - Tuesday June 13th - Bob's Batch Run
RUNYOGA - Wednesday June 14th - Mc Donald Park | Red Beard Social
Goal Run - GET CANADIAN
Las Vegas Rock 'n' Roll
November 11th & 12th, 2017
BMO Okanagon Marathon
October 7th & 8th, 2017
This is going to be a once- in-a-lifetime experience : Epic opportunity: India Happyness Trip 2018:
Everyone Welcome. Info session, Tue May 23, 7.30-8.30pm. Happyness Center, 203-242, Victoria St, Kamloops.
We would love to have you and your friends. Everyone Welcome.
Destination Trip: South India Pilgrim Tour, January 2018.
Also info on our ANNUAL DESTINATION TRIP TO VEGAS ROCK N ROLL( NOV 12) AND KELOWNA ( OCT 8).
A H-U-G-E thank you to all of you who were part of the 20th CFJC-TV Boogie The Bridge:
On behalf of the Boogie the Bridge team & coaches, I would like to congratulate everyone who ran, walked, volunteered, and were part of Boogie 2017. This community health event would not be possible without your love, kindness and support that brings Boogie together for all of us. The 2017 event was a huge success and our community (you) and your commitment to the core values, inspire a whole city to get active. Wow! Thank you.
The community felt your wonderful energy and support leading a movement towards wellness in Kamloops. Your outstanding commitment inspired our largest attendance to date: 2879 participants and together we raised over $150,000! What a great way to celebrate Boogie's 20th anniversary and create a huge impact on community wellness.
Coming right up: Please keep your health and happiness going.
We have 3 fabulous clinics starting up this May, and you are ALL invited.
If you were part of the Boogie training - keep your happiness going. If you had to miss the spring training: WE MISSED YOU! Please come join us for our next exciting clinics. Here are our 3 unique offerings for May:
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KAMLOOPS — The time remaining before the CFJC Boogie the Bridge is quickly dwindling. There is only 3 weeks remaining in his training regime, and Adam Donnelly is making progress in his efforts to run the 5-kilometer Boogie. This week he took time to document those efforts, and show us more about what RUNCLUB is all about.
With only 3 weeks left in our training schedule, Boogie the Bridge is just around the corner. Which means the training those of us in RUNCLUB are going through is getting more challenging, as we progress in our ability to run longer and further.
“There’ll be some fatigue now,” RUNCLUB founder Jo Berry explains. “You get past that ‘I’m stoked to start training’ and hit about week six and things aren’t so exciting anymore. But guess what happens after that low? The high is going to come again, and everything is going to feel great.”
For some of the first time RunClubbers, the training for Boogie has been challenging, yet fun. Acacia Schmeitenknop says training has been tough, but she’s enjoying it.
“As the running intervals get longer, I find myself pushing harder and harder,” Schmeitenknop says. “It’s become a lot more challenging as weeks have progressed.”
There’s still time to sign up for the CFJC TV Boogie the Bridge, which takes place on April 30th, 2017.