Track Shack Fitness is proud to offer a variety of Training Programs to the Central Florida community. We aim to improve your quality of life by stretching your legs, pumping your heart, opening your mind, and uplifting your spirit. Our training programs assist you along your journey to attaining better health and fitness.
Zero To Fit >> (Adult beginner - age 18+)
Zero to Fit is a training program for adults that uses running and walking to improve overall health and fitness in a social, supportive, and group coached environment. Zero to Fit meets twice a week for 10 weeks. Join and go from zero to fit!
Orlando Morning/Daytime/Evening: Next session begins on March 22, 2021
Lake Mary: Next session begins on March 23, 2021
Five & Dime >> (Adult speed building - age 18+)
Got the need for speed? “Five and Dime" offers serious coaching and friendly competition in a very social atmosphere.
Next session begins on March 23, 2021
Cheetahs Running Club >> (Kids - age 8-14)
With this program, we hope to create an environment where kids will enjoy their training through games and practice runs at the Blue Jacket Park in Baldwin Park.
Next session begins on March 22, 2021
Marathonfest >> (Half and full marathon training for adults - age 18+)
The Winter/Spring Session of MarathonFest is an ADVANCED training session geared towards our Boston Qualifiers and those doing the more challenging spring races like Big Sur, Nashville, or Flying Pig. We begin training at higher mileage than our Summer/Fall Session and include many hill workouts. This session is NOT recommended for first time full or half marathoners.
Next session begins on June 8, 2021
Registration coming soon!
The Galloway training method is a unique run/walk/run® style of training that minimizes injuries and enables participants to achieve their goal of completing a marathon or half marathon.
Next session begins in January.
Training articles with tips, advice and guidance for every runner by Susan Paul. Susan Paul is an exercise physiologist, and was named "Super Coach" by Runner's World, July 2007.