- Emphasize good technique
- Focus on participation and self-improvement
- Consider individual differences
- Limit systematic training and competition before puberty
- Increase running workload gradually
- Participate in age appropriate running events
“Thank you to all of the coaches for another GREAT season. It is truly a great program for kids that are merely “interested” in running, kids that really want to get into competitive running and all of the kids in the program that are in between.”
“This is one of the best programs that my daughter has participated in. She is improving and is developing a love for running. Most importantly, she’s having FUN and is giving and receiving support and encouragement from new friends which is vitally important to a growing kid. Thank you SO MUCH for all that you have done to put this program together.”
“I think you are doing a great job, not only helping to develop a life long sport, but also by making this part of a community effort. Kudos for y’all!”
“We can’t thank you enough! You turned our non-competitive/athletic child into a child who enjoys running! We love the positive climate and encouragement from the coaches. What an awesome program!”
“Finally, a non-competitive program where kids of all ages and genders can participate together! Brambleton Kids Run the Nation fills a tremendous need in our area. The coaches do more than just have the kids run…they teach them how to run for the best results. And, they make it fun.”
Fall 2018 Schedule (subject to change) – Sundays – 4-5pm:
Tentative Fall 2018 Schedule
Sun. Sept. 9 – First practice!
Sun., Sept. 16
Sun., Sept. 23
Sun., Sept. 30
Sun., Oct. 7 NO PRACTICE
Sun., Oct. 14
Sun., Oct. 21
Sun., Oct. 28
Sun., Nov. 4
Sat., Nov. 10– RACE DAY!
Sun., Nov. 11 – Pizza Party!