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

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We are kicking off the winter/spring half marathon program on Monday 1/16. Will you join us? You will be on a 12-15 week adventure, ending with the Texas Big Star on 4/9 and/or the Bluebonnet Half on 4/30. This completely revamped program is designed for beginners who have at least a year of experience running on a regular basis and log an average of 10 to 15 miles per week. The cost is $20 and includes the training plan, weekly emails explaining the workouts, access to the FRC coaches, two running clinics, a program specific Strava and Facebook group, and also the option to buy a long sleeve shirt. The price will be around $30. A separate communication will be sent about this. Sign up today and get ready for Monday! https://runsignup.com/Race/TX/Frisco/FRCTraining

Hi all, Many of the FRC runners celebrate Christmas today, so what about an extra special gift? We will offer an FRC winter/spring plan, starting the week of 1/16 and ending with Texas Big Star half marathon on 4/9 and/or the Bluebonnet half marathon on 4/30! While the plan will be supported by fewer pacers than the cycle we just finished it will get you to where you need to be before the early spring races. More information will be available in the next couple of weeks so stay tuned! Coach Mort

Hi all, It has almost been a week since many of you had your race. I was fortunate enough to cheer on a few of the full marathoners. No matter what distance, I’m sure you felt on top of the world as you crossed the finish line. Congratulations! You did it! I hope you celebrated the incredible thing you just did - you deserve it! You have trained many months for this. Every week has been planned out carefully and you executed so well. Try to spend some time on reflecting over the last months and the race. Write down some of this while it is still fresh. What went well? What could have gone better? I want you to know that it is perfectly normal to have a lot of raw emotions after a race, then now, a few days later, starting to feel maybe a bit empty. Like you lost something. My goal was reached, but

Saturday start time 7:00 AM This week we change the start time for our Saturday long run from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM. This lasts November through May. Some runners (including pacers) will still start 6:00 AM to get in a few miles before meeting up with the rest of the group - me being one of them. Also remember that we end daylight saving time this Sunday. Safety session with Frisco PD on Wednesday, 11/10 Officer Carney from the Frisco Police Department will give us a runner safety session on Wednesday, 11/10 at 6 PM. The session will be held at the Frisco Running Co. I highly recommend joining this event. There is always something new to learn (or relearn). I will send reminders as we get closer.