Spring Speed Series - Week 4

Charge is teaming up with CharityTeams for the Charge Marathon Spring Speed Series presented by www.charityteams.com. This is a 14 week training series for runners preparing to run a half marathon or full marathon on the spring. This is for anyone training for those longer distances who want to build strength, speed, confidence and better form. This series will be LIVE on Charge Running every Tuesday night at 6 PM EST and start January 4th and conclude April 5th. Runners who want to participate at a different time will be able to run on demand in in our section of Hard Runs. This workout will build over time and get longer and more difficult. If you are up for a challenge, this is a great workout! Try it today.

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40 min

40 min - Base Run (Roar🦁!)

Join Coach Shelby and Katy Perry during a powerful and energizing base run!

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40 min

Quotient NSM 5K

Join your Quotient peers LIVE on a run/walk from wherever you are.

We guarantee it will brighten up your day before joining Virtual NSM.

As OPPORTUNITY IN FOCUS comes into play as the theme for the year…it can be applied to many things.
The best runners, we often hear, are black belts in the art of FOCUS. Apply those tips in your run/walk.

Focus on your breathing

Focus on the environment (not your feet)

Focus on your pace

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60 min

50 min - Tempo (Punch the Clock)

punch a/the clock

  1. To record the time of one's arrival to and departure from work, often on a specialized clock or other device.
    Be sure to punch the clock each day or there may be issues processing your pay at the end of the week.

  2. By extension, to do work in general, especially a steady 9-to-5 job.
    I've always dreamed of winning the lottery so I don't have to punch a clock for the rest of my life.

  3. Even better, to join a group of runners from all over the world, get a great tempo workout in while listening to a fun soundtrack all about work!
    You’ll leave feeling pumped to crush your workday!

See also: clock, punch

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50 min

50 min - Progression Run

Join Coach Shelby for this GREAT Progression Run featuring the timeless soundtrack hits from the blockbuster movie Coyote Ugly!

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50 min

Jenny’s Legacy 5K

Five years gone... Five lives saved through organ donation... A 5K in honor Jenny Eggers Attenasio, who we will always admire and forever miss.

On January 30, 2017, at age 37, Jenny delivered her first baby, a son with sparkly blue eyes, just like hers. She and her husband enjoyed only two hours with Teddy as a family of three. Then, Jenny tragically suffered a pulmonary embolism. Two days later she was declared brain dead and taken off life support. Because she was an organ donor, she saved five lives with vital organs (heart, lungs, liver and kidneys) and improved dozens of others though tissue donations. These recipients could not have changed her outcome, but she absolutely changed theirs.

Jenny was incredible in so many ways, and being a competitive athlete was one of her greatest strengths and loves. She was a high school varsity basketball player and track star, collegiate high jumper, and completed two ironman triathlons. Hosting a 5K race is a very appropriate way to celebrate her. She would want us to sweat and have fun doing it!

Although Jenny would absolutely try to beat us all, this race is less about the miles and more about people who know and love her coming together in some way to think about her collectively at this five-year mark. It's also for people who may not know Jenny personally, but want to celebrate her incredible life and the impact she has left.

Jenny is not here in the way we want, yet she lives on in the resilient people who are now thriving in thanks to her organ donations. She lives on in all of us who remember her. Jenny died exactly as she lived -- with generosity, selflessness and strength.
Proceeds for this race will be donated to LiveOnNY, the organization which facilitated her organ donation. Proceeds will also be shared with Asphalt Green, the non-profit facility where Jenny trained for triathlons, and does incredible work bringing athletics and fitness to all New Yorkers, especially underprivileged youth.

We appreciate any financial support of these two organizations but please know that simply registering for the race is a gift itself. Even if you don't run / walk, by signing up you'll have access to this awesome community and help build awareness for importance causes.

Sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Concord/JennysLegacy5K?remMeAttempt=

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60 min

Warriors at Ease 5K Ruck or Run

Supporting the Warriors at Ease Teacher Network through bringing awareness to the visible and invisible weight carried by, the duty of, and the honor that encompasses the military population.

Warriors at Ease is creating, growing, and sustaining a network of qualified and credentialed service providers who continue to serve those who serve.

Register here: https://warriorsatease.org/5k-ruck-or-run/

Join in the broadcast from the event in Williamsburg, VA or wherever you are in the world for a unique and empowering virtual race experience.

100% of all funds raised will go to providing service-member, veterans, military family members, and military service providers WAE Level 1 Training ($150 cost) and WAET Certification ($675 cost) scholarships!

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60 min