Friday, June 17, 2022

2022 XC Summer Camp Week 4

This will be our last full week of camp before the UHSAA summer moratorium.  

We will be continuing with doubles this week.  The second run is a recovery run and is a maximum 30 minutes long.  The purpose of the 2nd run is to give a little extra recovery for our kids doing higher mileage totals.  This run is optional for our beginning runners. If a beginning runner want to add these runs, it should probably be a walk or bike ride to start.  

The link to camp registration is now live. We still have a few participants who haven't registered.

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 

Additional communication method - Along with the rest of the athletic department, we have started using Band -  

Schedule for the week:  

Monday June 20 - Top of the World  - meet for the caravan at Hillcrest at 6 or at the LDS church parking lot at the corner of 2300 E and Bengal Blvd at 6:15

Tuesday June 21 - TRAX run - meet at Hilcrest at 6 am  strength work after the run afternoon/evening runs 20 - 30 minutes recovery pace

Wednesday June 22 - 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  afternoon/evening runs 20 - 30 minutes recovery pace

Thursday June 23 - Skywalk run - meet at Hillcrest at 6, strength work after   afternoon/evening runs 20 - 30 minutes recovery pace

Friday June 24 - long run Friday - meet for the caravan at Hillcrest at 6 or at the parking lot at Winchester Park  at 6:15  - we will be running on the Jordan River Parkway trail

Saturday June 25 - 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.  

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