Fun at Running Lab
Some athletes alter their diet completely during training; others train their body to use whatever they give it. As it turns out, there is no perfect diet for a runner, because what might work well for one person might be hazardous for another.
There are, however, common tips and facts that have helped countless runners prepare their bodies for the long haul.
SAVE THE DATE
Running Lab is celebrating 5 years! Come celebrate with us! You won't want to miss this!!!
WHERE: Running Lab
WHEN: Get there early for the Free Gift card handout, group run starts @ 8:30a
-FREE GIFT CARDS to everyone that attends the group run! Distance will be 5k or 5 miles. Gift card value will be $5 all the way up to $250!!
-Official launch of the Saucony Run Pops limited edition color collection.
-FREE Saucony lightweight running backpack filled with swag when you purchase any Saucony shoe that day!
-Preorder your RunPops shoe for that day at our online store and ensure you get what you want early! https://squareup.com/store/running-lab
-Vice Cream Detroit will be onsite with FREE premium ice cream after the run to celebrate the RunPops collection!
WHAT: Come hang out and have a beer with current and former staff, downtown businesses and of course other runners!
WHERE/WHEN: 6pm-8pm @ Brewery Becker (2nd Floor)
-First pint of beer is Free on New Balance!
-Commemorative pint glasses for the first 75 to arrive
-Cake to celebrate 5 years
Join Running Lab and Lole at the Gazebo by the Mill Pond for a free yoga class taught by Brighton Yoga Center. Lole will be on site for the class and have lots of goodies for attendees. A great cross session for runners, as well as those who sit at a desk all day. Attendees will receive a 20% off Lole apparel coupon for attending as well.
Running Lab is partnering with Special Olympics Michigan for a 5K and 1 Mile Walk/run on June 11, 2016 at Legacy Center in Brighton. This race is non-profit for the Special Olympics. The funds will stay 100% local and be used in Area 27- Livingston County.
The mission of Special Olympics Michigan is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The Special Olympics Michigan has an ongoing need is raising funds for rental fees at practice facilities, uniforms and to attend games/tournaments. Their current big need is that the bus is no longer road worthy. As most of the athletes do not drive and many live on their own, they do not have a means to transport themselves to games and tournaments. The 20 passenger bus has been used for almost 20 years now and are currently seeking funds to help us replace it.