Saturday, May 9, 2009

Ice Breaker Photo


A shot of the Miner Road Runners just before the Ice Breaker.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Ice Breaker Photos, Online

You can search for individual pictures taken of you during the Ice Breaker Race by clicking on the link below then entering either your race number or your last name.

http://www.finishshots.com/raceinfo1.php?raceid=599

Monday, April 27, 2009

Ice Breaker 3 Mile Race Report

A glorious day for the Miner Road Runners. 16 of 16 Miner Road Runners finished the 3 mile run. Congrats on completing the run!

Males - 6-9

18. Kade 32:49

Females - 6-9

5. Katrina 32:57

Males - 10-12

8. Tanner 24:21
32. Logan 29:16
34. Briggs 30:13
40. Carson 32:49
41. Jacob 32:49
46. Alastair 39:13
57. Alec 50:47
58. Joe 1:03:48

Females - 10-12

16. Peyton 33:01
38. Jamie 50:03
42. Robert 59:56
43. Kaelin 1:00:02
Finishing info N/A - Danielle
Finishing info N/A - Sydney

Males - 13-15

18. Marshall 24:24

Friday, April 17, 2009

The Ice Breaker

12 of the Miner Road Runners will be running the Ice Breaker 3 mile race April 26th. We are all about finishing and doing are best. My hope and desire is that all 12 will make it to the finish line having done the best they could - that is all you can ever ask for. Training together has been a great adventure and without question, everyone has worked hard to get to this point. It is go time!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

April 15th Work out

Today we are running, in the cafeteria.

1) Road runner rules
2) Ice Breaker Info
3) 10 minute jog warm-up
4) Stetch session
5) 10-15 minutes of tag
6) Triangle Drill
7) 10 minute jog/walk cool-down

Game on.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Wednesday, April 1

Weather permitting we will be outside.

1) Gather in running cave
2) Big group tag
3) 20 minute pace run (on trail)
4) Reconvene - talk about Icebreaker

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wednesday, March 25th

Club Day

1) Reeeeespect
2) Tag
3) 20 minute pace run (w/partners)
4) Ice Breaker Info to take home

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wednesday, March 18th

Clooooooooooob Day. Club day? Anyways...

1) New members?
2) Rules
3) Tag (Rainbow)
4) 20 minute pace run w/partners. Today, you and your partner will be recording your 20 minute distance with me. The goal will be to continue to run further each pace run. Next week will be something different, I promise. It is so important that we begin to feel what it is like to run for 20 minutes!

Peace.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Wednesday, March 11th

Club day!

1) Rule review
2) Tag
3) 20 minute pace run w/partners
4) Debriefing

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Wednesday, March 4th

We will be doing the 20 minute pace run that we have been planning for some time tomorrow - on the track. Here is the game plan for club day.

1) Warm-up - Tag of some sort
2) Pace talk
3) 20 minute pace run on track
4) Cool-down

Come ready to run and give it your all. Good day.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Monday, March 2nd

Firstly, I would like to extend a warm welcome to our four new club members. The Miner Road Runners is twelve strong now. We look forward to training together as we prep for the Ice Breaker race in April.

Monday will mark the start of our two a week training schedule. We will be running during the LEAP recess. Our time is limited to 20 minutes, but we will be certain to make the most of it. We will be going on a group runs (notice the 's' on run - that's right, there will be a couple of running groups starting next week) on the Miner Trail. Good stuff.

Challenge for the weekend: Run/walk (move) continuously for 20 minutes. Move at a pace that allows you to enjoy your surroundings.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Feb. 25th, Club Agenda

1) Road Runner Contracts, announcements
2) Rules
3) Warm-up - Tag
4) 20 minute pace run
5) Cool-down, debriefing

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

February 18th Club Day

1) Rules
2) Warm-up Tag
3) 20 minute pace run (if the track isn't too muddy)
4) Cool-down

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wednesday, Feb. 4th

Good work out today.

We started the day with a game of rainbow tag to warm-up, then moved to the triangle drill, on the large scale. Most everyone did ran strong, running the sprints hard, jogging easy and walking smoothly. This is a great drill to work on speed, pacing and catching your breath. Good stuff. Stay tuned for more information!

Friday, January 30, 2009

Wednesday, Jan. 28th Club

Wednesday, we started club with our usually rule recitation, then moved to the outdoors to begin our work out. We warmed up with line tag and rainbow tag, then did a 20 minute pace run around the track.

The point of the 20 minute work out was to feel out a comfortable pace that you could maintain for 20 minutes. Simple? Not so much. After a few laps, the kids settled into a comfortable conversational pace. At the end of the 20 minutes, most of the kids had completed 2 miles. We will continue doing this 20 minute pace work out to improve our abilities to feel out these longer distances.

Everyone did well this week. Next week, weather permitting, we will begin our Monday work out during lunch recess. I will be taking the kids to the track to run for 20-25 minutes, to supplement our other club work out on Wednesday. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Wednesday Club Agenda

1) Review MRR Rules
2) Warm-up Freeze Tag
3) 20 minute individual run (as many laps as possible)
4) Cool-down Red-light, Green-light
5) Decompress and Processing time

Miner Road Runners

The Miner Road Runners is a long-distance running club based out of Centerville, MT. Currently, there are 9 members, ages 9-12. Through the winter we have been training once a week, weather permitting, but will be increasing our training to twice a week in February to begin preparing for our Spring races. The kids are very dedicated to running club and the life lessons it provides. Stay tuned to keep up to date on what we are up to, work outs, race results and Miner Road Running news!