Join us Saturday at 10:00am for a long run on the Creekside Trail bike path in Beavercreek. The run will start from behind Beavercreek Pizza Dive on 4021 Dayton Xenia Road.
This run is the Advanced Running Project’s signature monthly pizza run. Runners are welcome to enjoy a fresh slice and connect with other runners inside Beavercreek Pizza Dive after the run — they are very runner friendly.
A couple things are happening right now as we enter the new year — winter is settling in and runners are starting to work on 2019 planning. Don’t wait too long before getting connected to a run group — now is the best time to try out different runs and get together with runners of all paces to encourage each other to accelerate through the new year.
The run will be an out-and-back on the bike path from Beavercreek Pizza Dive. We will start heading towards Factory Road. Water and Gatorade will be provided along the run. You can turn at Factory Road for a solid 6-7 miles or go as far as 12+ miles with the Advanced Running Project. We think you’ll have a good time and find positive community either way.
OHLORU is organizing group runs each weekend with the hope of connecting other like-minded runners. We don’t want you to do your long run alone when there are so many other runners to help and benefit with your drive, motivation, and encouragement to succeed. We are very committed to seeing YOUR goals reached in 2019.
Join us Saturday for a long run at Wright-Patterson AFB. Meet at the Area A Skeel Ave Running Track at 9:00am. We will have water, Gatorade, coffee, and donuts available for anyone who is able to attend.
Ready to set big goals? Commit now and register for the 2019 Air Force Marathon (5K, 10K, Half, or Full options). Your training will thrive when you add clarity and commitment to your goals for 2019. You’ll also enjoy lower prices as a benefit to committing early.
Saturday will be our final group run of 2018. Meet at the Corwin bike path trailhead at 9:00AM. We will go south 5.5 miles along the bike path and then turn at Oregonia Road. Average pace for the run will be around 7:30-8:00 min/mile.
Ohloru supports the runner who is hungry for more success. That can mean setting PRs, finding consistency in workouts, or developing better habits to improve performance.
We have seen new and experienced runners benefit from the group dynamic – teamwork, motivation, encouragement, positive peer pressure, challenge – which we believe is the best way to grow and improve as a runner.
If you’re a runner then you’re probably not completely satisfied with how your year went. It’s in our nature to critique and continuously improve. Whatever your goal is this upcoming year we want to be there to see it and to help you achieve it.
Thanks to Event Photos By Tracy for the excellent photos from the ORRRC Winter Solstice trail run last weekend.