Boogie the Bridge 2017: RunClub regime

By Adam Donnelly
April 11, 2017 - 8:00am Updated: April 11, 2017 - 6:27pm

KAMLOOPS — The time remaining before the CFJC Boogie the Bridge is quickly dwindling. There is only 3 weeks remaining in his training regime, and Adam Donnelly is making progress in his efforts to run the 5-kilometre Boogie. This week he took time to document those efforts, and show us more about what RunClub is all about.

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With only 3 weeks left in our training schedule, Boogie the Bridge is just around the corner. Which means the training those of us in RunClub are going through is getting more challenging, as we progress in our ability to run longer and further.

“There’ll be some fatigue now,” RunClub founder Jo Berry explains. “You get past that ‘I’m stoked to start training’ and hit about week six and things aren’t so exciting anymore. But guess what happens after that low? The high is going to come again, and everything is going to feel great.”

For some of the first time RunClubbers, the training for Boogie has been challenging, yet fun. Acacia Schmeitenknop says training has been tough, but she’s enjoying it.

“As the running intervals get longer, I find myself pushing harder and harder,” Schmeitenknop says. “It’s become a lot more challenging as weeks have progressed.”

There’s still time to sign up for the CFJC TV Boogie the Bridge, which takes place on April 30th, 2017.

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