Call for Saturday Run Leaders

Aloha Athletes,

This is a call for volunteers to lead the H.U.R.T. Saturday
runs. This is your chance to be a lead and take the group to that trail you’ve
always wanted to run (or hike). Any distance and any pace are absolutely
fine. We typically see the largest
turnout when we are branching out to other trails and many, including myself,
are itching to explore new terrain.

Leader Perks:

  • Choose your trail, any trail! Tired of Peacock and
    Tantalus? Let’s do something new!  Once
    your route has been determined, it will be posted on the blog for you during
    the week prior to your Saturday.
  • Meet new people – we have amazing people that show up, from
    newbies to the grizzled vets, each and every week. Leading the run gives you a
    chance to connect and make loads of new friends.
  • Anyone can do it – whether it’s your first time running
    with H.U.R.T. or your 100th.
  • Do it your way – make it fun. Want to implement some
    ground rules? 10 pushups each mile? Last person down the mountain buys the
    first round of drinks? Everyone has to stop and do repeats up the steepest part
    of the course? Have fun with it and make up your own rules.

The mission…if you choose to accept it, means that if you
sign up for a slot, it’s yours. Partner up with someone just in case. If not, you'll need to
find your own replacement if you aren’t able to make it.
2014 Trail Series Race Director's are highly encouraged to sign up for
the week or two prior to their races to do the course preview runs!

The goal is to get enough folks to sign up so that each
leader is only responsible for one run every 2-3 months. Your
participation will enable us to continue offering our
weekly Saturday training runs.

Disclaimer:  Without your help, weekly runs may not be
continuing on a regular basis…so if you love them and want them to continue,
please sign up for a slot or click the icon below.

Rosie


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2 Comments

  1. I wan to sign up! I don’t know the date, trail or rules yet, but it will be worth your miles. 🙂

  2. For anyone living on Molokai interested in long training runs, I’d love to get together! Or visiting Molokai…I can lead, you can lead…would love to explore more trails…

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