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We meet each Saturday at various location on the Eastside and occasionally Seattle. We have runners show up that run all speeds and distances. Each run has maps with several route options. You can find the Saturday run information on The Eastside Runners website at http://eastsiderunners.com/page/Saturday-Morning-Runs.
Driving Directions: From Seattle, take 522 east (Lake City Way, which turns into Bothell Way). Turn right on NE 180th St. Bothell Landing is on the right. From I-405, take exit 23, heading West on Hwy 522. Turn left on NE 180th St. Bothell Landing is on the right. Beginning runners welcome! Course Description: The recommended course is an (out-and-back) along the trail, either south along the Sammamish River Park Trail, or West, towards Seattle, on the Burke-Gilman Trail.
Join other Eastside Runners at the new Super Jock and Jill store in Redmond at 6:00 p.m. We are there every week, rain or shine. Runs vary from 3-7 miles. There are several courses available, some flat, some hilly. Much like our Saturday morning runs, we break into groups of same-paced runners. All levels are welcome. Please join us, anytime. Newcomers and beginners are welcome at no cost or obligation. *Note that not all club members use Meetup and there will be more runners attending then have rsvp'd.
The track workout will be at Lake Washington High school from January 18th-March 20th, 2019. Track workouts are held every Wednesday night at 6:00pm. During high school soccer season (September-October) and (February-May) we will meet at local junior high tracks, most likely Kirkland Junior High School. During the other half of the year, we meet at Lake Washington High School, 12033 NE 80th Street in Kirkland. Check http://www.freewebs.com/johnsweeney11/ on Wednesday mornings for updated information on track location and workout. The workout will be posted on the ESR track webpage and include the location for the workout. Workouts are designed to prepare runners for racing distances from the 5K to marathon. There will be a pace chart for each workout outlining the goal pace based on your current fitness. Before the workout, everyone is assigned to groups so they can work together. Runners should arrive early to thoroughly warm up prior to the start time. Runners from beginners to some of the top racers in the area take part. It is a non-competitive and fun way to improve your speed. The workout and pace chart is updated every Tuesday at http://www.freewebs.com/johnsweeney11/. Carl Kadie filmed a short video of a condensed track workout and posted it on YouTube titled "One Minute Track Workout." Please join us, anytime. Contact Erica McElrea [masked] * Note that not all club members use Meetup and there will be more runners attending than have RSVP'ed.