Frisco Running Club is a group for North Texas ( Frisco Area ) runners.

Author: Hamlin Jones

I do hope your first scheduled week of running is going well. It’s hot so remember to hydrate daily, nightly, during sleep, and when you wake up. Today, Thursday, is a cross training day and/or easy miles. Tomorrow is an off day and a day to rest, stretch, and hydrate for the weekend. Saturday will be our first group long run. Some of you might have received and email from your coach about the six ahhh emmm start time. Try to be

Join us at Lawler Middle School tomorrow at 7pm for our kick off with the Frisco Triathlon Club. Lots of great giveaways. Here are the specifics.Add On… we will be doing the 1600 Down workout for our half marathon runners this weekend. This will be your last speed workout before the race. For those not running we will add strength training between sets. Thanks Joseph Cervantez for the message asking.Tuesday Track Kick-offIt’s going to be a beautiful night for some

Our FRC group runs will now be “virtual runs” due to the new aggressive COVID-19 restrictions. NO SOCIAL RUNS, NO TRACK, and NO LONG RUNS as a GROUP UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Please post your “virtual runs” to the FRC group page on Facebook to help encourage others to keep up their training and stay positive during this unprecedented time. You can also join our FRC Strava Group to share in the fun. We must all do our part to help flatten the curve

This is the "Virtual Interval Training Workout" today. You will need some dumbbells or just skip it and do jump squat. Warm up 400 m and dynamic stretch 2 Rounds400m at Interval pace12 burpees30 total mountain climbers12 push ups30 squats400 m at interval pace10 squats with 10-25# dumbbell press (thruster)

This Is Your Journey. My start and progress in running is not any different than any other runner out there. Runners are simply people wanting a change in workout routine and looking for something different. They begin running, find success, lose weight/gain muscle, and then they want more. They smash local running events, go longer, and in one year have accomplished so many things that the average person deems "crazy". Is it? Or is it just