"Running Man" Book Signing with Charlie Engle
Sports Basement Presidio
Date/Time: 09/15 at 6:30pm
Event Info: Charlie Engle paints a vivid portraits of the runs that mark the lighs and lows of his life: a marathon in the grueling conditions after a night of drugs and no sleep; his "accidental" first ultramarathon, and more. Behind each of Charlie’s runs is a visceral, human tale of overcoming overwhelming challenges, of loss and becoming whole again.
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/running-man-book-signing-with-charlie-engle-tickets-25525104274

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, August 20 at Duboce Park. We meet in front of Duboce Park Café, at the southwest corner of the park.

For those running the Healdsburg Half in October, the race is 7 weeks from Sunday. In our 12 week training schedule, we do our longest runs 7, 5 and 3 weeks out from the race, then taper. Confused by my a schedule of my own design, I was off by a week, and I convinced a willing crew to run long last week, when it should have been this week! Sorry!

So I have put together a 12 miler, 8 miler and a social 5-6 miler. Hope to see you all there!

6 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/1043814161

8 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/1043820333

12 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/1225942276

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Club

www.halffullrunning.com

email: jay

cell: 415.317.2011

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday at Duboce Park. We meet in front of Duboce Park Café at the southeast corner of the park.

We have a 6 miler (or shorter – can turn around sooner) as well as a 12 miler for those working back up to the Healdsburg Half, which is 8 weeks from this Sunday!

We will start including mileage for those who wish to train for the Berkeley Half (November 20) and the California International Marathon on December 4.

6 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/845737577

12 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/628107822

Hope to see you there!

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Club

www.halffullrunning.com

email: jay; cell 415.317.2011

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday August 6 at Duboce Park. We will meet at Duboce Park for the Saturday runs during the month of August. We meet in front of the Duboce Park Café, on the southeast corner of the park.

For those who ran SF full or half marathons, I’d recommend an easy recovery run. We will be starting back in on a training schedule next week for Healdsburg Half in October and CIM in December.

Congratulations to all who completed the SF Full marathon and the two halfs last week. Patrick set a new PR in the full, breaking 4:00, and Sophie came in second in her age group in the second half, with a blistering 1:47!

The Olympics start tomorrow, with the opening ceremony tonight. Track and field starts next week. The US has several legitimate contenders for the marathon in Shalane Flanagan, Galen Rupp and Meb Keflezighi

6 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/1043814161

10 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/628127602

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Club

www.halffullrunning.com

jay

cell: 415.317.2011

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, July 30 at Aquatic Park.

Sunday is the San Francisco Marathon and the two half marathons (first and second halves of the course).

We’ll have a shakeout run for anyone running Sunday who needs to keep loose, just a short 3-4 miler. We’ll also have longer runs for those who need them, a 6.6 miler and a 10 miler

For everyone running one of the races Sunday, and for those who wish to support and celebrate the racers, we’ll meet near the finish line after the race on the corner of the Embarcadero and Howard. For those running the first half and the full, good luck getting up the for that 5:30 am start! I’d suggest meeting in front of the starting corrals on the Embarcadero, perhaps at the same corner we’ll be using a few hours later. For those running the second half, the start has been moved to 47th and JFK Drive, close to the Dutch windmill and the Queen Wilhelmina tulip gardens. Let’s aim to meet by the Dutch windmill around 7:00 am or shortly thereafter. In case you can’t tell, I’m running the second half, my 7th time (!) running one of the SFM races (4 marathons, 3 half marathons).

Last but not least, our own Penny is GETTING MARRIED on Saturday! Congratulations Penny and Bink!

6.6 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/605985624

10 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/614209554

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Clug

www.halffullrunning.com

jay

cell: 415.317.2011

The Leakey Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco. We’re an official charity of the San Francisco Marathon and we are hosting an event of interest to runners. We would love to see you there!

Please join us on July 28th at Public Works in San Francisco for "Born and Evolved to Run." Daniel Lieberman is an evolutionary biologist and runner from Harvard University who studies how the human body evolved to run and how evolutionary insights can be used to prevent many kinds of injuries. He is the author of "The Story of the Human Body" and he was featured in the book "Born to Run."

We would like to offer a 30% discount to your club members and we would appreciate it if you could share the event information with your group.

Tickets are $7 with the offer code: RUNSF

Event details are below. I’ve also attached a flier.

Being Human: Born and Evolved to Run
Daniel Lieberman
Chair of the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University

July 28, 2016
Doors at 6pm | Talk at 7pm
The Public Works
161 Erie Street San Francisco
Age Limit: 21+

Why did humans become such efficient long-distance runners? How can runners avoid injury? Join Daniel Lieberman on July 28th for Being Human: Born and Evolved to Run and learn about the evolution of endurance running.

Humans and our recent ancestors have been accomplished endurance runners for more than a million years, and this evolutionary history as runners partly accounts for why aerobic exercise is such a key component of human health. However, despite our long history as runners, studies suggest that at least 30% of runners get injured each year!

Join us as we explore how the human body evolved to run and how evolutionary insights can be used to prevent many kinds of injuries.

About Being Human:
Being Human mixes short talks from great minds with fun hands-on experiments, drinks, conversation, and storytelling. Each month we explore different aspects of our evolution, our behavior, and the human experience.

Links:
Tickets are available at ticketfly.com (use offer code RUNSF for 30% off)
Learn more at: leakeyfoundation.org/beinghuman

Thank you!

Meredith Johnson
Communications Manager

The Leakey Foundation
1003 B O’Reilly Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94129
p. 415.561.4646 ext. 15
f. 415.561.4647

www.leakeyfoundation.org
www.twitter.com/TheLeakeyFndtn
www.facebook.com/TheLeakeyFoundation

To increase scientific knowledge, education, and public understanding of human origins, evolution, behavior, and survival.

Born and Evolved to Run Flyer 7_28.pdf

Join us for our weekly long runs 8:00 am Saturday, July 22 at Aquatic Park.

As the last run before San Francisco Marathon next week, it will be a nice flat route for tapering. Those running the Half need 75 minutes; full 1.5, hours. We’ll be running along the waterfront to Esprit Park. Turnaround depends on how far you want to run. But, if it is really hot tomorrow, we can run in the opposite direction to Golden Gate Bridge. So come on out and we can collectively decide.

Hope to see you tomorrow.
Anna
Impersonating Jay

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, July 16 at Aquatic Park.

Apologies for the late posting, the week got away from me, and I just got home.

We’ll have runs of 6, 8 and 10 miles, which I’ll either post later tonight or simply bring with me in the morning. It will be a surprise for everyone!

Two weeks before the SF Marathon and Half Marathons; for those running the races, we’re now in a taper, with an easy 8-10 miler on the schedule.

Congratulations to Penny, who not only finished a 50 k last week, but was the 4th woman overall!

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Club

www.halffullrunning.com

email: jay

cell: 415.317.2011

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, July 9 at Aquatic Park.

Three weeks to go until the SF Marathon and Half Marathons! We have 5, 8 and 10 mile courses mapped out. For those interested in one last long run, I’ll be starting at 7:00 am to clock five miles before joining the group at 8:00, so I’m looking to get in 15 miles.

Hope you all had a great 4th of July long weekend, and look forward to seeing you all out on the roads will us!

PS – good luck to Penny, who’s running a 50k this weekend!

5.6 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/358332537

8.25 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/614210704

10 miler: 10 miler: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/614209554

Jay Kloepfer
President

Half Full Running Club

www.halffullrunning.com

jay

cell: 415.317.2011

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