Turkey Trot Challenge

Home / Turkey Trot Challenge - October 4, 2012 , by kimberly

Good morning! Ready for a big surprise? There are 49 days left until Thanksgiving!

Not surprised? Oh it comes every year? Hmm… Well, it was surprising to me because this year has flown by like some sort of hurricane force wind. I’m still looking for July, it got lost in the debris.

Anywho, I’m not trying to steal away time or attention from Halloween – I merely want to remind you of things coming up.

Will you be doing a 5k on Turkey Day?

This is my personal challenge to you to start training now! “Now” being a somewhat fluid concept since the challenge will officially start Monday :)

Need a training plan? Print this one and let’s get ready together!

Turkey Trot Challenge

Nick and I both ran our first 5k last year on Thanksgiving Day and we are very much looking forward to running the Seattle Turkey Trot again this time around.

Join us? Whether you sign up to do the Seattle race or are doing a turkey trot in your hometown, I’d love for you to join us! Simply email me at thefamilypracticeblog@gmail.com and be sure to print out the training schedule.

What’s in it for you?

  • Weekly emails with tips and schedule reminders
  • Eating and fueling suggestions and recipes that won’t be up on the blog
  • Motivation and Encouragement
  • ACCOUNTABILITY

So, who’s with me?

2 thoughts on “Turkey Trot Challenge”

  1. Brenda says:

    I love your training chart. It is pretty! And I love that you already thought this out and all I have to do is follow it. Thank you!

    1. Kimberly says:

      Thanks! I figured why not have something pretty to hang on your fridge and keep you on track?

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