Ran Marin Summer Training 2014!

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Ran Marin Summer Training is back for our third summer session 2014!

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  • Improve your Cross Country season
  • Get in shape for a fall sport
  • Explore the trails of Marin with other high school runners from various schools
  • Learn about optimal nutrition, recovery, and injury prevention for XC runnersphoto 2-8

Headlands_1_2014What you’ll receive:

  • One-on-one access to coaches
  • An individualized 8-week summer training schedule
  • Meet for group runs and workouts
  • Guest visits from former MCAL runners/collegiate runners
  • A sweet RanMarin t-shirt!

 

 

This 8-week summer training program will be customized for each individual athlete depending on their goals and running history. Whether you’re looking to place at CIF or an 8th grader looking to make the High School Cross Country team, a unique training schedule is customized for you. The program can be followed from anywhere! This program also includes the option of meeting with the coaches during the week in a group to workout and run together.

 

 

Email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up   for Ran Marin’s Summer Training Program before the June 1st Deadline!

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HEREranmarin-summer-training-application
June 16th-August 10th, 2014; Cost: $225 (Includes Ran Marin t-shirt)
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About The RanMarin Coaches:

Liz with Columbia winning Heps

Liz with Columbia winning Heps

Liz Gill: Liz Gill started running her junior year of high school at Branson High School. She was recruited to run Division 1 at Columbia University and after receiving a BA in English and Creative Writing, also competed a 5th year at the University of Southern California (USC) while pursuing a master’s in Journalism. Liz spent 3 years working as an Assistant Cross Country and Distance Track Coach at Branson High School. During her time as a coach, Liz was part of a program that has produced 3 consecutive individual MCAL titles in Cross Country, 2nd and 3rd place showings at MCAL Cross Country Meet for the Girls team, and individual MCAL and Class A Championship titles in Track. In addition to coaching, she has leadership experience working as a Backpacking/Volcano Boarding Guide in Central America. She is currently on track for a MS in Exercise Science/Kinesiology working as a Graduate Research and Teaching Associate.

Linda with UCLA after winning  XC Nationals

Linda with UCLA after winning XC Nationals

Linda Broderick Gill: Linda is a USATF Certified Level 1 coach. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at The Branson School for six years and has been a Branson Track distance coach for eleven years. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at Marin Catholic for one year. She was an assistant Cross Country and track coach at Drake High School for one and a half years. Linda competed in Cross Country and Track at Tamalpais HS and she won the CIF State mile in 1976. She went on to become a national class runner at UCLA. A highlight was being part of the UCLA Track and Field National Championship Team in 1977. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from UCLA.

Alec racing for UCLA

Alec racing for UCLA

Alec Govi: Alec ran Cross Country and Track and played tennis at Marin Catholic High School, and graduated in 2009 with PRs of 1:58 in the 800, 4:24 in the 1600, and 9:29 inthe 3200.  He went on to UCLA and ran Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track for 4 years, specializing in the 1500 (PR of 3:47) and the 5000 (PR of14:21) in track, and with a Cross Country 8K PR of 25:00.  Currently, he attends UCLA School of Law and continues to train with the distance team.  He is from San Rafael, and his favorite place to run in Marin is in Mill Valley from Mtn. Home Inn.

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