COLORADO HARRIERS

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Apr
20
6:30pm 6:30pm

Thursday Tempo: Denver

Join us in Meetup for all the details on workouts

Tempo Runs are specified intervals or a mid-distance run (4 to 8 miles depending on training cycle) at a steady pace, often 85% to 90% of your maximum aerobic capacity. Early in the season, we work at the lower intensity level to build your running base and resistance to injury. As we progress through the season, we hit longer distances that are closer to your threshold. 

But no matter where we are in the season, beers to follow at Denver Beer Co or another nearby drinking establishment. 

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Mar
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

Thursday Tempo: Denver

Join us in Meetup for all the details on workouts

Tempo Runs are specified intervals or a mid-distance run (4 to 8 miles depending on training cycle) at a steady pace, often 85% to 90% of your maximum aerobic capacity. Early in the season, we work at the lower intensity level to build your running base and resistance to injury. As we progress through the season, we hit longer distances that are closer to your threshold. 

But no matter where we are in the season, beers to follow at Denver Beer Co or another nearby drinking establishment. 

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Mar
16
6:30pm 6:30pm

Thursday Tempo: Denver

Join us in Meetup for all the details on workouts

Tempo Runs are specified intervals or a mid-distance run (4 to 8 miles depending on training cycle) at a steady pace, often 85% to 90% of your maximum aerobic capacity. Early in the season, we work at the lower intensity level to build your running base and resistance to injury. As we progress through the season, we hit longer distances that are closer to your threshold. 

But no matter where we are in the season, beers to follow at Denver Beer Co or another nearby drinking establishment. 

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Mar
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

Thursday Tempo: Denver

Join us in Meetup for all the details on workouts

Tempo Runs are specified intervals or a mid-distance run (4 to 8 miles depending on training cycle) at a steady pace, often 85% to 90% of your maximum aerobic capacity. Early in the season, we work at the lower intensity level to build your running base and resistance to injury. As we progress through the season, we hit longer distances that are closer to your threshold. 

But no matter where we are in the season, beers to follow at Denver Beer Co or another nearby drinking establishment. 

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Oct
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

Shakeout Run: Boulder Edition

Yep! On Tuesday we're hosting workouts in both Boulder and Denver. A lot of us have recently raced. So we just want to focus on slowly getting the legs back into a gear, and hitting a soft landing into the holidays. This week we'll do a 5-mile-ish run in three parts: easy - tempo - easy. We'll meet at the Boulder Bandshell and do three out-and-backs along the Boulder Creek Path. Then we'll drink beer to celebrate our accomplishments!

RSVP on MEETUP here

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Oct
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

Shakeout Run: Denver Edition

A lot of us have recently raced. So we just want to focus on slowly getting the legs back into a gear, and hitting a soft landing into the holidays. This week we'll do a 5-mile-ish run in three parts: easy - tempo - easy. http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6975732

Meet again at Platte St & Highland Bridge. We'll do three "laps" around LoDo, then enjoy some tasty beers afterward.

RSVP on MEETUP here

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