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The Mullet Haul!
The Mullet Haul is coming up quick! Don’t miss the 5-mile or 10-mile run on the beautiful trails of the Mullet Hall Equestrian Center at Johns Island County Park. Sport your mullet, and “run the part” during this themed event. Fees & Registration, 5-Mile Run: $34/$28 CCR* ($34 day of), 10-Mile Run: $44/$36 CCR* ($44 day of), REGISTER online or call (843) 795-4386.
T-shirts will be available to participants who register prior to February 21.
Online registration will end February 28. Late registration will take place at packet pickup.
Races begin at 8:30 a.m.
Packet pick-up will take place on race day from 7-8 a.m.
Award ceremony and party will follow the races with beverages and live music.
*Charleston County residents contribute to the development of our county park system through property taxes, therefore a discounted rate is available to them.
The Foot Store & Lowcountry Ultras!
We are very excited to announce a new partnership with Lowcountry Ultras for their 2014 series of races! The Foot Store has become an “ultra” level sponsor and is looking forward to working with the premiere Ultra Marathon Event organization in the Lowcountry. Watch our Facebook and Twitter pages for more news as we get closer to each race. In the meantime, check out Lowcountry Ultras and jump into the long distance fray!
Red Fox Wireless!
Tired of messing with wires on your headphones? Looking for headphones that will stay put? Want high quality audio and a microphone as well? Red Fox Wireless is your solution and it’s now at The Foot Store. From the Edge Wireless Headset to the Sidekick Bluetooth Adapter to the Custom Hardshell Case, Red Fox has you covered. Stop in today to see just how easy wireless can be and how great it can sound!
Good Form Running Class!
Wednesday March. 12th, 2014
6:15 PM – at The Foot Store
Register on our GFR Page.
Runners strive to run faster, more efficiently, and injury free. Good form running focuses on proper mechanics and aims to help runners of all ages and abilities achieve those goals. GFR is designed with simplicity as the primary goal, since if something isn’t easy it generally doesn’t last. Making incremental changes can have a monumental effect on the enjoyability of your exercising. Not a runner? We emphasize how basic principles apply to both running and walking, even for only walking around the mall or to and from your car. GFR addresses posture, lean, and foot strike. We use video to analyze the gait of participants and encourage questions and discussion. Previous topics have included: running on hills, how to use gravity to help you, being barefoot, walking efficiently, footwear, and staying injury free. We have consistently received positive feedback from our clinics and are confident that Good Form Running can have a positive effect on your exercising too.