Young runners should develop a full range of fundamental athletic skills as a foundation for learning good running form and becoming skilled athletes in general.
A game that improves speed, endurance, and pacing skills.
A relay game that develops physical fitness, general athletic skills and form skills.
A pacing exercise that tests runners' ability to run at a consistent or “even” pace and hones their skills for judging and controlling their own pace.
By pretending to be different members of the animal kingdom, kids see how it feels to run at different paces
As they sprint, stoop, drop and retrieve, students develop new athletic and teamwork skills
Students experience how it feels to run "light as a feather" versus loaded down by a "ton of bricks".
Students get funky with their running and then use the skills they've learned to correct their form
Cross country races are a season favorite and the perfect way to introduce distance running
A classic way to celebrate the end of the school year.
A Fun Run is a casual event that elevates the enjoyment and camaraderie of running above competition.