CANCELED – Advanced Kids 8k (Holly Springs)

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The Advanced Kids 8k Class is for advanced runners, ages 9-14 with a lot of running experience and show proof of a 5K time faster than 30 minutes. Requests to join the class may be sent to Coach Henry at: coachhenryxc@gmail.com. Please include a link to a 5k race time faster than 30 minutes. This class includes: 6-week training schedule, 2 coach-led group workouts per week, email access to coach throughout the program, training shirt, discount at Pace Yourself Run Company, discount on goal race of NC Spring Classic 8K, and tips & information about various topics associated with running from the coach.

 
Duration: 6 week class meeting twice per week
Dates: March 16th – April 22nd
Time: Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-6:45pm
Goal Race of: NC Spring Classic 8k on April 25th
Where: Pace Yourself Run Company (242 S. Main Street Suite 102, Holly Springs)
Cost: $60
Coaches: Kimberly Henry

 

 

Refer a Friend – Get Rewarded

PYRC Training is happy to announce our training referral program!  Get rewarded for referring friends to join our training classes. Make sure they mention your name in Fitvil when they register for a class and for each person you refer, you get $5 off your next training class registration (not the current class, but the next class) up to the cost of the class.  Get lots of friends to register and you could get your next training class free!

 

 

Coach Kimberly Henry

Kimberly coaches the Advanced Youth Running Program with PYRC Training.  She has coached Cross Country at Holly Springs High School since 2012 and was named the SWAC XC Coach of the Year in 2017. After starting as an Assistant Coach in 2014, Kimberly became the Head Women’s Track & Field Coach at HSHS in 2017.  In 2012 she created the Holly Springs Cross Country Club for kids aged 9-14 through the Town of Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department and counts this as one of her greatest running-related accomplishments. She retired from full marathons in 2015, but will still race the very occasional half marathon/10-miler/8K. These days she mainly runs for fun with friends and much prefers training kids and teens. She is fairly famous for screaming, jumping up and down, and crying as she hands out medals to competitors as they cross the finish line of local races.

 
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