Not convinced? Running camps have been around since the 70s, and, like the sport itself, have only grown in popularity in recent years. Running camps for adults are a great way to meet like-minded fitness enthusiasts who are looking for a way to improve. Ready to plan an adult running camp trip of your own? These seven camps will help you fine-tune your skill and bring out your best running self. If you never went to camp as a kid, but are eager to experience it as an adult, Craftsbury Running Camp is the right fit for you.
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You may think that sleep away camps are just for kids, but more and more adults are revisiting the childhood pastime, except now with a different goal in mind — to improve their running skills. We did our research and found our 11 running camp picks across the country designed for adults of all ages and abilities. With capacity limited to provide one-on-one attention, the majority of these camps fill up quickly, so hurry to reserve your spot. Through daily jogs, seminars on topics such as race training and mental fitness, as well as individual video analysis, ZAP Fitness coaches and athletes share their love of the sport and aim to bridge the gap between elite and everyday runners. This camp is appropriate for all levels from beginner to competitive and is limited to 16 participants. Does not include lodging.
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When it comes time to step away from the grind of work, she likes to make running a part of the picture. These multi-day adult camps give runners a chance to see the sights, make new connections, and often, improve their skill level all at the same time. The camps come in a wide variety of formats and flavors, each with its own purpose. To date, Harder has sampled three, each in a different, beautiful locale. All have been women-only getaways, a dynamic Harder has appreciated.
I left camp with my heart nearly exploding with gratitude and love for all of the strong individuals I met. Not only have I expanded my support group, I came out of this experience with more confidence, education, and inspiration than I could have imagined. The Active at Altitude intermediate ladies run camp was a fabulous week of trail running in the Rockies and useful workshops, based around the Lydiard run coaching method. It was a fun group with lots of support and laughter. To say that this camp was life-changing might seem hyperbolic but it really was.