Training Groups


  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 1Private group

    Group 1

  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 10Private group

    Training group 10

  • 2016 HCS NS HF group 2Private group

    Grp 2

  • 2016 HCS NS HF group 3Private group

    Grp 3

  • 2016 HCS NS HF group 4Private group

    Half full group 4

  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 6Private group

    Next Step group 6

  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 7Private group

    Next Step group 7

  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 8Private group

    Next Step group 8

  • 2016 HCS NS HF Group 9Private group

    Next Step group 9

  • 295 Ashley

    Albany Marathon!!!!

  • 3650 Miles in the Hurtlocker

    Anarchy reigns-- No one is coddling anyone. This is good. This is NOT a "you can do it!" group. Do it, or don't do it, or hurt yourself trying. That's respectable.

  • 50 Miles a Month

    Run 50 miles every month.

  • 500 Mile Club

    This group is for people whose goal is to run 500 miles this year.

  • 5000 Mile Club

    For those who are as addicted to cycling as they were/are to running. If you consider a 30 mile ride @17mph to be an easy day this is your group. The following is a sample monthly mileage goal: 325, 325, 350, 450, 500, 550, 600, 500, 400, 350, 325, 325. All you have to do is average 13.7 miles /day.

  • 52 in 52

    A group trying to run the 13.1 mile distance 52 times in 52 weeks. (And we even made it easier, full marathons count as 2!) Joinin us late? Just pro-rate! (and get the full 52 next year)

  • 800 Mile Club

    This intermediate group is meant for those runners who find the 1000M Club too challenging, but the 1000K Club too easy. Our goal is to run 800 miles before the end of the year.

  • A Mile A Day

    This group is based off of the website (not affiliated with though) - where to get your name on the site you have to run at least one mile every day for one year. There are people out there that have done this for 20 and 30+ years, so I figure why don't we start with one year and see what happens.

  • Again To CarthagePrivate group

    “A runner is a miser, spending the pennies of his energy with great stinginess, constantly wanting to know how much he has spent and how much longer he will be expected to pay. He wants to be broke at precisely the moment he no longer needs his coin.” -John L. Parker Jr., Once a Runner

  • Arizona DCGGPrivate group

    In partnership with Desert Canvas.

  • Back At ItPrivate group

    A couple former runners getting back into running.