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Golden Gate Triathlon Club Track Program
As a part of membership in the Golden Gate Triathlon Club, we offer our members a high quality coached track program.
Our progressive Track Program is designed to serve athletes of all levels and aims to make faster and more efficient runners.
The Track Program focuses on a mix of form, technique and speed work for a variety of distances and key races.
Occasionally we will get off the track to do hill work, Sand Ladder repeats and other specialized running workouts -- especially when Kezar is closed to the public.
   
The Details
Duration: February to November
When: Wednesday nights 6:30-8:00pm
Where: Kezar Stadium (when available)
670 Kezar Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118
Meeting Spot: South East Corner of the bleachers @ Kezar
More Details: See the Calendar
Questions: Miguel Equina  run@ggtc.org
*Workout are often times posted in the forums so that members can train on their own. Location changes and announcements will be made in the GGTC Forums, via email, and through social media (facebook and twitter). Please make sure to follow those sources so   you can stay informed.
**The GGTC Track program occurs rain or shine.
Agenda 
6:30 
- Meeting & Announcements 
6:45 - Workout (TBD via Forums or Social Media)
8:00 - Post-workout Pub (TBD)

     
 About the Coach
Mario believes that runners and triathletes should never be too far removed from any of the three main components involved in running fast—pure speed, muscular endurance and aerobic strength. In order to become a faster runner and more well-rounded athlete in general, it's important to pay attention to each of these elements, with the emphasis shifting depending on the season. Workouts will reflect this holistic, balanced approach and will often blend two or more of these elements into a single training session.
 
"I enjoy the challenge—and process—of working with different types of athletes. In 11 years of coaching, I've helped runners (and triathletes) cross their first finish lines, complete a full season healthy, achieve personal bests, finish atop of
podiums and qualify for events such as the Boston Marathon, Olympic Trials, Western States 100 and even the Olympic Games. Regardless of an athlete’s experience level or competitive goals, it’s the excitement of seeing someone achieve what they set out to do that energizes me as a coach." -Mario Fraioli