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This year is the 50th anniversary of the Peachtree Road Race. It's going to be crazy party down Peachtree Street this year. I have no idea how Peachtree Road Races I have run (my first one was in 2017), but I have had fun for every single one of them.
I am super excited and humbled to serve as a run lead for the In-Training for Peachtree Road Program again this year. I am also serving as one of the captains for the Decatur location. Decatur's practice will be held at Fleet Feet Decatur. For 12 weeks, we will be training and getting prepared for an epic race. Need training? Sign up at https://www.atlantatrackclub.org/2019-in-training-for-peachtree.
Throughout training I will be using Strava (https://www.strava.com/) to track my runs. Strava is a free app that can used to directly record an activity, such as running, biking, hiking, and walking. It can also be linked to your watch or fitness device software and sync your data. I link my Garmin watch to Strava to record my activity. Strava also has the capability to set up groups and challenges with your friends. I used Strava to track my data for the Publix Women's Half Marathon.
Want to try Strava? Start here: https://support.strava.com/hc/en-us/articles/206334564-Getting-Started-on-Mobile.
I hope this training season brings tons of fun, no injuries, and a memorable experience for everyone.