Interval training makes you faster! Olympic qualifier and super-coach, Tom McGlynn, leads our Tuesday night track workouts at Kezar Stadium at 6:45pm. Each week follows a different plan designed to build your base and running form. Participants are separated into pace groups and include all levels from rabbits to dragons.
Our season runs from Tuesday 4th February until Tuesday 20th October. If you buy our full season pass, you get 34 weeks of coached track for just $130 (members only). The partial season pass is $75 (members only). If you want to come check it out first, we also offer a one-day drop-in fee ($8 members/$11 non-members).
FREE TRACK NIGHT - Tuesday, JULY 1st, 2014 - Just come and show up!
Track Passes NOW on sale! http://sftritrack2014.eventbrite.com/
After the kick off session, we will offer drop in rates for single workouts. Rates are $8 for members and $10 for non-members. We will accept credit cards only at the session - no cash! You may also purchase a drop-in pass at http://sftritrack2014.eventbrite.com/
Pace groups and Time Trials
Coach Tom will include a 1-mile Time Trial in our kick-off session to help place everyone in the appropriate pace group. So don't miss it! (But if you can't make it, see below for another opportunity).
Runcoach is a web-based coaching tool to which all track participants will receive access. The tool lets you enter your performances and monitor improvement over time. Once you sign up for track, your Runcoach account will be set up and you'll receive an email directly from Coach Tom and the Runcoach website with login information. You can also enter your time trial data from the kick-off session into your Runcoach account to be assigned to a pace group.
Purchase your passes for track now!
Road & Trail Classics Challenge
Introducing the new Road and Trail Classics Challenge. Both are similar to the Triple Mountain Bike Challenge in that you need to complete routes by the end of the 2014. If you complete one of the challenges you will get a custom pint glass with SF Tri road and trail logos on it!
for are the routes! By no means easy and are intended as something to build up to. Some of these can be done in an actual race although by no means do you have to.
Best of luck. Stay safe and enjoy the road and trail!
We offer a number of clinics throughout the season on topics such as:
- Introduction to track, understanding pace groups
- Yoga for runners
- Gait analysis
- How to prevent common injuries caused by running
Questions? Feel free to email the Track Coordinator or Run Coordinator