Summer Adult Speed Training (Holly Springs)

919 spineThe Summer Adult Speed Training (Cary) is for all levels and paces for runners to help improve their own speed. Focus of the class will be on shorter distance running. This class includes: 12-week training schedule, 2 coach-led group workouts per week, email access to coach throughout the program, discount at Pace Yourself Run Company, training shirt, pacing goals for training, strength training plan, and running-related seminars and additional advice.
Duration: 12 week class meeting twice per week
Dates: May 5th – July 23nd
When: every Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 5:30am – 6:30am
Where: Class will start Virtually, but will eventually move to in person at: Pace Yourself Run Company (242 S. Main Street, Suite 102, Holly Springs)
Cost: $50
Coach: Dave Gross




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!



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Coach Dave Gross

Dave joined the coaching staff at PYRC after leading the Holly Springs Half and Full Marathon offsite training for Life Time Run. When not running the streets of Holly Springs in the early morning hours, Dave lives in Cary and works in Raleigh as a project manager for a healthcare IT company Allscripts.   Some of his favorite running experiences have included his family who have gradually taken  up running over the years.  Whether running in Richmond or Orlando with his wife Marguerite or at a local turkey trot with his son Adam or crossing the Peak to Creek finish line with his daughter Anna on her first marathon or weekend runs in Umstead with friends, Dave knows that it is the running journey that matters most and will serve us well maintaining a higher quality of life for longer.

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