Beginner Running 102, Fall 2020

Date: 10/24/2020
Cost: $20.00

So, you are about to complete the Beginner Running 101 Training Class and finish a 5K...  Now what?  Continue to increase your mileage with the goal of completing the Autumn Amble Virtual Race.

We start with a distance of 4 miles and work up to 6 miles. Pace doesn’t matter. Your goal will be to complete a 10K run, and our goal will be to inspire you to continue running as part of a fit, active, and healthy lifestyle. Once this class is over, you’ll find yourself running further than you ever thought possible! 

Class will start on Saturday, October 24th at 8:30 AM and continues until the Autumn Amble Virtual Race in mid-November – with the opportunity to do the run in a group setting on Saturday, November 21st. 

This is a great class for runners looking for a group to run with, as well. Participation in Beginner Running 101 is not required.

What you get:

  • Leadership, coaching & advice;
  • Comprehensive Training Program to complete a 10K;
  • Twice weekly group runs (Wednesdays at 6:00 PM and Saturdays at 8:30 AM);
  • Entry into RWM’s November Autumn Amble Virtual Race;
  • Other fun people to train with; and
  • Inspiration, motivation & FUN!

Class Details:

  • Class starts Saturday, October 24 at 8:30 AM and continues until the Autumn Amble Virtual Race
  • Class meets Saturdays at 8:30 AM & Wednesdays at 6:00 PM

Registration for this class is now closed.

Cost: $20

  • RWM Membership Required (Join Now)
  • Beginner Running 102 is limited to 22 participants

Come ready to run on Saturday, October 24 at 8:30 AM! Please wear comfortable clothing and athletic shoes. 

Questions? Email Miranda

 While we are happy to offer in-person training opportunities to our members, the status of in-person training classes is subject to change at any time based upon guidance from state and local health officials as we are still in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. The class schedule, duration, or format could change based on the direction of Phase Two and the status of the virus. 

It’s no secret that our classes will look different this year as we navigate our way through these challenges, so we ask that you follow all the rules set forward and understand that we are trying our best to mitigate the risks of transmission. 

There are inherent risks involved in participating in in-person training classes, races, and events. While we are doing our best to provide a safe environment, we cannot guarantee the safety of all involved. If you are concerned about your personal safety, we would suggest that you forego our in-person activities and consider our virtual options. 

What we are doing:

  • Beginner Running is limited to 22 participants (plus class leaders)
  • Classes are open to Run Wild Missoula members only
  • Masks/face coverings will be required in indoor environments (applicable to Beginner Running)
    • Masks/face coverings will be required in outdoor environments pre and post run
    • Masks/face coverings are not required when actually running and/or walking
  • If members choose to wear a mask/face covering when running or walking, please support them in their choice
  • Please go to the bathroom before class. There will be no available bathrooms 
  • Sanitation products will be made available if a class meets inside
  • Social Distancing is highly encouraged

While participating in classes, we ask that you practice good social distancing. Social distancing, together with appropriate use of masks/face coverings, has been demonstrated as the best weapon that we have at this time in fighting the spread of this virus. We must do our part to ensure the health and safety of those around us. As such, we still encourage you to follow good social distancing and hygiene practices. 

  • To the greatest extent possible, maintain at least 6-feet of separation from others
    • Does not include members of your family who live with you
  • No hugs, handshakes, high fives or elbow bumps
  • Practice good hand washing and hygiene
  • Sneeze or cough into a tissue, handkerchief or the inside of your elbow
  • Don't pose together for selfies
  • Stay home if you feel any sign of sickness or illness
  • Spend time outside every day to brighten your mood and to get a good dose of Vitamin D
  • If it seems too busy or crowded, consider running or walking somewhere else
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