RUN717 Youth Program

RUN717 Youth Program

Hosted by RUN717

An opportunity for cross country runners to improve their endurance and coordination!

Practices will be held at F and M Track in Lancaster, PA

Come out and run to have fun!

Do you have a child who loves to run? Maybe they plan on did cross country in the fall, or maybe they need to get in shape for a different sport.

Join RUN717 coaches and local youth runners for 8 weeks of supervised running. This experience is designed to develop a passion for running, and sessions will be lead in a fun, exciting, environment.  

Practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:45-5:45 pm. They begin January 10th and end March 2nd.

Athletes will learn basic drills and exercises designed to enhance motor skills and running efficiency.  They will develop endurance and speed through a variety of games and age appropriate workouts.

RUN717 Youth

WHEN? Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:45-5:45 pm.

COST? $ 150

Start Date? Tuesday, January 10th End Date? Thursday, March 2nd

More Details….

We’ve put together an amazing team of coaches that want to help you have fun and improve your fitness. A typical session will have a warmup, game, workout, longer game, then exercises.

Ashley Solenberger pulls from a wide variety of experiences to develop his coaching philosophy.  He grew up swimming, and playing soccer and basketball.  As an adult he teaches elementary PE and has coached soccer at the high school level.  Athletically, he has competed in triathlons from the sprint to Ironman distance often placing in the top 10 overall.  Over the last 8 years, he has focused mostly on running again competing at a variety of distances from the mile to the marathon.  He enjoys a speed session much more than a long run but appreciates the benefits of both.

Brenda Hodge is the founder and CEO of RUN717. She currently coaches over 40 adult runners, but misses the fun and energy of working with the youth. She hopes this program will help support local school programs and encourage athletes to be lifelong runners.

All coaches have required clearances to work with youth.


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