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No matter what your fitness level, you're welcome to join us on our Saturday morning runs.
If you're just starting out, please begin by taking three-mile walks now, adding a few minutes of light jogging for every few minutes of walking, as you feel comfortable.

July 28: DeAnza Cove
August 4: Lake Miramar

July 28: DeAnza Cove 

Could it be? A nice flat route this week? Near the water? Okay!

Meet at the very beginning of the sidewalk at the west end of DeAnza Cove, just off DeAnza Drive (pass the first parking lot that says DeAnza Cove and head to the second lot).

No maps this week -- let's do it all as an out-and-back, following the bay around to your turnaround point and coming back! 

Here's the mileage for training (remember to use the mileage for the next race you're running):

Thrive = 3
Vegas = 5
Long Beach/San Jose = 6
Craft Classic/Denver = 7
Big Bear = 9
AFC = 12

This is an easy route to customize for all mileage -- and there are lots of bathrooms and water fountains along the way -- but bring water to carry and mid-run nutrition.



August 4: Lake Miramar:

We're meeting early (the parking is easier and it will be cooler, too!). Please allow enough time to park and be ready to start at 6:30. It's fun and scenic loop.

Meet by the bathrooms at the main parking lot. 

From Interstate 15, take the Mira Mesa Boulevard east, turn right on Scripps Ranch Boulevard and then left on Scripps Lake Drive. The reservoir entrance will be on your left.

This is a great location for walkers and runners at every level. No maps needed. The loop is five miles, and the course is marked every half mile so you can add out-and-backs as needed. So fun! 

Vegas = 3
Thrive = 5
Big Bear = 6
AFC/Long Beach/San Jose = 8
Craft Classic/ Denver = 9

Bring a filled water bottle and mid-run nutrition with you. Have a light breakfast before you arrive. 

Walkers are ALWAYS welcome; we can make sure everyone has a route that's right for them.



Saturday Runs

We meet in locations throughout San Diego at 7 a.m. for our Saturday morning runs.  The formal mileage is based on the events that most members are training for, but we'll always provide alternate mileage options. 

Mid-Week Training

Try to get in at least two 3-mile runs and one cross-training workout this week. 

Running starts with your soles and ends in your soul!

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