​Welcome from Coach Mark Reeve Run & Roll 2021

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on August 20, 2021 # Reeve Run & Roll, Team Reeve, Coach Mark

The Reeve Foundation is excited to bring our community together again. Together we will raise the critical funds needed to advance research for cures for spinal cord injury.

The 2nd annual Reeve Run & Roll virtual 5K will take Team Reeve globetrotting starting from kick-off on September 25, 2021, through October 3, 2021, with participants of all athletic abilities joining from wherever they are to run, roll, cycle, swim, surf, dribble, walk and so much more.

Coach Mark holding a Team Reeve sign at the marathonTeam Reeve’s Coach Mark is here to welcome all participants and share some words of encouragement.

Hi everyone... Coach Mark here... Will you be joining us in September for the Team Reeve Run & Roll, a 5K (3.1 miles) for all? In the coming days and weeks, we will provide training advice to help you achieve your 5k goal with tips on training, safety, hydration, stretching, goal setting and fundraising. Whether you are novice, intermediate or advanced, there are flexible programs designed just for you. With 5 weeks to go, more or less, it's time to get started...

STEP 1.... Commit to joining us and sign up on the event website. Set a goal to get out there several days each week.

STEP 2.... Look for future posts regarding prepping for this great event.

STEP 3.... Start thinking about fundraising. Recruit your friends and family.

In the meantime, please visit Hal Higdon's 5k Training website.

Reeve Run & Roll logoHal is the world's foremost creator of training programs (run and walk) designed for all distances and abilities. No need to purchase the apps ... Just scroll down and review the program that works best for you.

The 2nd annual Reeve Run & Roll virtual 5K will take place on September 25, 2021, to honor and celebrate of Christopher Reeve’s Birthday

Register for your spot.

Please be on the lookout for our next post...

Join Coach Mark's team today.

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