Sunday, June 05, 2022

2022 XC Summer Camp Week 2

 As we begin our summer XC camp experience, make sure you are taking care of your body.  You need to eat enough protein and carbs to fuel your body through the training of the summer. The amount of calories is dependent on your size and miles totals, so fuel up. You probably need to eat a little more than you think you do.  Hydration is also crucial.  A good rule of thumb is drink half of your body weight as a starting point. So if you are 150 lbs, you should be drinking about 75 ounces of fluid a day, or more. Some of you will need to drink more than that.

The link to camp registration is now live. Please register if you haven't already done so.

If you haven't completed and turned in the yellow assumption of risk forms, please do that immediately.  If you need on, it can be picked up at practice.

Parents - if you aren't on the parent email list contact Rebecca Martin 

Schedule for the week:

Monday June 6 - Dewey Bluth  - meet for the caravan at Hillcrest at 6 or at Dewey Bluth park at 6:15

Tuesday June 7 - TRAX run - meet at Hilcrest at 6 am  strength work after the run

Wednesday June 8 - Little Cottonwood Trail - meet for the caravan at Hillcrest at 6 or at the park and ride lot at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon at 6:20

Thursday June 9 - Vine St run - meet at Hillcrest at 6, strength work after

Friday June 10 - long run Friday - meet for the caravan at Hillcrest at 6 or at the parking lot at the NE corner of Draper Park at 6:20  - we will be running on the Porter Rockwell trail

Saturday June 11 - Recovery Run - Do this run on your own, preferably with family or friends. For experienced runners, this should be 45 - 60 minutes long; for beginning runners it should be be 30 - 45 minutes.  Cross training could also be a good option for this day.  If you are on a family bike ride or hike that day, that can count as your weekend recovery run

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