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Top national runner coaches running program at the Fulton Family YMCA

FULTON, NY – Do you have a New Year’s Resolution?

Is running part of it?

If so, why not start off your New Year training with a top national running coach, Kevin Collins, at the Fulton Family YMCA.

Kevin comes to us with some incredible knowledge and background in running and has offered us a group running program that he promises will help get you to your goal.

This beginner/Intermediate running program is designed to introduce participants to basic training concepts for optimal fitness and development. Runners will learn a simplistic time and effort-based training system format that is time-manageable, safe, effective, and transportable.

Beginners must be able to jog easy for 15 minutes. Intermediate 30 minutes.

One weekday workout provided and one weekend all-attendance long run that will encompass all current YMCA of Greater Syracuse running program participants from the North, East, Southwest and Downtown YMCA branches.

We encourage you to come and get the guidance from a former world-class runner  with more than 28 years of experience who has trained more than 700 beginner and veteran CNY runners to achieve running goals from generalized fitness gains to completing road races 5K – marathons.

Whether you are looking to achieve exceptional weight-loss and fitness goals, completing your first ever 5k or half-marathon, qualifying for the Boston Marathon, or just meeting new people, we encourage you to join our new Y-running community in Fulton.

Kevin’s running achievements include: Three-time U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier,  #3 marathoner in the U.S. in 2003, Placed 2nd in the U.S. Championship in 2003, Placed 32nd in World, championship in 2003, #1 American finisher in the 1996 Boston Marathon, PR marathon time: 2:15:32

For more information, contact the Fulton Familiy YMCA at 598-9622.

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