From Zero to Varsity: A Beginner’s Guide to Training for Cross Country

Jun 14

I found these two articles in explaining how a new runner should approach cross country to be very good and very much my philosophy. The points discussed in these articles will be explained to you as we move forward. It is a good read and will help you understand things as we get ready to begin summer training. Remember – make every effort to attend the...

Read More

5 Tips to Maximize Summer XC Training and Prevent Injury

Jun 13

  This article was in NJ Milesplit (6-13-18). Those of you who have been on the team might even get a little chuckle here because you are going to think I wrote this, but I didn’t. This is a great rundown of what to do / not do before and during your summer training. Everything in this article will be covered in our training program. So please read this and...

Read More

Make Plans NOW: Official Start of Season Practice Schedule !!

Jun 10

Official Team Practice Schedule to Start the 2018 SHS Cross Country Season The REVISED schedule below is the start of our official season. These dates are not optional – Everyone is expected to be there and all paperwork and physicals taken care of well in advance. Miss the team time trial or a majority of these practices without cause, and you will not be...

Read More

Ever wonder what are good foods for runners?

Jun 09

Take a peek at Runner’s World list of 30 of the best food for runners !...

Read More

Diet, Nutrition, and Hydration

Jun 09

Diet, Nutrition, Hydration I came across this menu of useful items from another team web site. Thought it was worth everyone taking a look at. I can’t emphasize how much of a difference a healthier diet and proper nutrition and hydration can not only allow your body to build properly for distance, but also to recover, and very possibly avoid many unnecessary...

Read More

Important – Summer Training: Core Training Planks

Jun 08

On the days that this work out “5 Minute Plank” is designated on your summer training plan, follow the diagram below. You can use a watch or simply county slowly 1-30 (for 30 second stage) or 1-60 (for minute stage). There is no stopping you from doing this on other days as well.  ...

Read More
Skip to toolbar