8-Month Training Program
Targeting marathon and half marathon events in the fall and winter months. New runners may target Disney Wine and Dine, Space Coast full and half, inaugural Jeff Galloway 13.1, OUC half, WDW full and half, and 26.2 with Donna races. Returning runners may target earlier races such as Chicago and NYC marathons. Session dates: June 15, 2014- February 15, 2015. Online registration is now OPEN.
If you are joining our program late, or missed kick-off, please contact email@example.com to make arrangements for getting a Magic Mile timed.
Half Marathon Training Program
4-month program targeting Disney half marathon, Celebration half marathon, 26.2 with Donna half marathon and Disney Princess half marathon. Session dates: September 27, 2014 – February 15, 2015. Online registration will be available in August.
The Galloway Method
The Galloway training method, designed by Olympian and long-time marathoner Jeff Galloway, is a unique run/walk/run® style of training that minimizes injuries and enables participants to achieve their goal of completing a marathon or a half-marathon. The Mission statement for Galloway is to help people improve their lives through running. The run/walk/run method enables participants to do so while having fun. Track Shack’s Orlando Galloway Training Program provides marathon and half marathon training for runners of all levels: from beginners to Boston qualifiers. Pace groups are set up to ensure a comfortable and safe training pace for the long mileage runs. This run/walk/run® program prepares participants for an incredible achievement. Check out the FAQ for more details, and watch the brief video below to hear what our runners say about the Orlando Galloway Program.
Weekly Meeting Times and Locations
Glenridge Middle School (map/directions)
Tuesdays 4:45 am meet at covered area facing parking lot at rear of school (finish by 6 am)
Thursdays 4:45 am meet at track (finish by 6 am)
Saturdays 5:45 am* (may begin earlier depending on mileage) meet at covered bus lane facing Glenridge Way (finish time depends on distance that day)
Ample parking is located in the lot behind the school, which can be reached via Upper Park Rd. This lot should always be used on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and once the bus lane parking fills on Saturdays. Cars parked on the grass along Glenridge Way, or in front of the gates to the school utility area are likely to be towed or ticketed.
Training Program Director, Orlando Galloway