High School Summer Training Program "All set? You bet!"
Jim Spivey creates dynamic workouts that are both effective mentally and physically while keeping morale high through positive encouragement. He structures workouts with logic and reasoning while striving for maximum potential.
Goal To develop an aerobic base in preparation for the fall’s cross-country season.
Stay healthy, and use proven training.
Training Weekly workouts accompanied by a daily written schedule for the athlete to follow on the other days of the week
Open to all levels of fitness
Practice is once a week
$100 for the summer, or
Mondays (Legge Park) and Fridays (Blackwell) 2009 Program begins Friday, June 12, at 7:30 am
Next session: Monday, June 15 at 7:30 am, front parking lot at Blackwell Forest Preserve, Winfield (just west of Winfield Road on the north side of Butterfield Road).
Free - ASICS product package - technical shirt, socks, hat, bag ($76.50 value)
Other free ASICS product as is available
ASICS product available for club members
Testimonials “I really enjoy the positive attitude throughout the entire workout. It seems too fun to really be considered a workout.” -- Junior 3200m runner
“This training has put me in the position I am in now - a chance to place well at state.” -- Sophomore miler
“Coach Spivey’s has taught us “how” to train properly. We learned about the long run, tempo running, and all different types of workouts that we had never done before. It’s not a high mileage program, to many programs lead to burnout and injury; this is one that will leave you wanting more, one that will leave you room to grow from a freshman thru senior, and leave you room to grow beyond high school if that is where you ambition and talent lead you." -- Illinois State Cross-country champion, 2005
“I love your coaching! It's goal-oriented, incorporates a wide variety of workouts and the few speed sessions really help me focus. You always motivate and inspire me. It's so cool to have a coach who has been through it all and has so much knowledge of the sport and the best way to train. Can I come to your running camp?” -- Footlocker Cross-country champion, 2006