Running has become almost a mandatory sport for those in search of the perfect body! Central Park Track Club NYC is a fantastic option for beginners and professionals.
As we all know, health has become a mainstream subject all around the world. With this in mind, we love what Central Park Track Club offers.
More and more, people are changing their daily habits. What you eat, is just as important as what you buy (i.e. clothes, products, etc) and obviously, how you deal with a daily exercise routine.
For those who REALLY want to take it seriously, sign up for the Central Park Track Club.
Founded in 1972, they are a competitive running team looking for serious runners. Note: Serious does not mean professional. It just means that you need to be committed and opened to their training methods.
Running can be a tough exercise to add to your routine and it demands focus and discipline. But, we have to say, it’s a fantastic sport once you get the hang of it. Feeling the adrenaline fall into your blood stream is priceless.
Our Founder, Fê Paronetto, just loves it!
They have workouts for the following groups:
- Road runners who primarily race 5K to the marathon
- Cross country and track runners who primarily race 800m to 10K
- Sprinters, 400m hurdlers, and throwers
- Jumpers and short hurdlers
Their mission is:
“To develop athletes for national and international competitions in track and field and long distance running; and to promote health, physical fitness and the achievement of competitive excellence through participation in track and field and long distance running competitions.”
So, if you’d like to apply to the Central Park Track Club NYC, here is the application form.
After the run? There is nothing better like just laying in the park and getting some prana (i.e. energy), from the Earth. So, take some time to just enjoy for beauty and peace at Central Park.
Lastly, you might also want to check out The Bridges Run Tour! It can be a fun experience!
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*Last Update on March/2020.*