Spring Training

Our program is designed to help develop coordination and athleticism in young kids. No matter what sport your kids are getting ready for, running can get them in great condition and help them become balanced, well-rounded athletes. We teach the fundamentals using structured practices, form drills, running specific exercises, and running specific plyometrics. We believe in teaching kids to run correctly, being challenged aerobically each practice, and having fun with running games designed to bring out the competitive spirit.

JR Crazy Runners; Ages 5-7:  We focus on getting kids moving and making exercise fun! Runners will be introduced to simple strength exercises, fundamental running techniques, and play games that provide a kid-friendly cardio workout!

Upperclassmen Crazy Runners; Ages 8-14: These young runners will be challenged based on their ability; this program is appropriate for the beginning runner or a young athlete who has finished lots of races! The 8 weeks of training teach the qualities of “what it takes” to be a good runner and athlete: goals and determination, endurance, strength, speed, flexibility, & good nutrition.  

We are planning to end the 8 week session with the Fiesta 5K/Fun Run Challenge in Cumming


Grand Cascades

Who:
Junior Crazy Runners (ages 5-7)
Upperclassmen Crazy Runners (ages 8-14)
When:
March 2nd – April 24th
Tuesdays 5:15 pm-6:15 pm
Where:
Grand Cascades Soccer Fields
Cost:
$80 for 1 day/week
Race:
*Fiesta 5K Challenge, April 24
*Cost of the program includes training & entry into the Fiesta 5k or Fun Run Challenge in Cumming on April 24, benefiting Emory ALS Center.

Virtual/Homeschool Crazy Runners

Who:
Junior Crazy Runners (ages 5-7)
Upperclassmen Crazy Runners (ages 8-14)
When:
March 1st – April 24th
Mondays & Wednesdays 1pm-2pm
Where:
Grand Cascades Soccer Fields
Cost:
$150 for 2 days/week
$80 for 1 day/week
Race:
*Fiesta 5K Challenge, April 24
*Cost of the program includes training & entry into the Fiesta 5k or Fun Run Challenge in Cumming on April 24, benefiting Emory ALS Center.