The Ronald McDonald House of Providence Running Club

We welcome runners and walkers of all abilities! Become a member to receive top-notch coaching, a great social atmosphere, and a gang to cheer you on—all while supporting the Ronald McDonald House, which provides care for families when their child has a medical crisis.

For this week's track workout, click here.

Indoor practice at the Brown Olney-Margolies Athletic Center (OMAC) on Hope St will start on Monday November 6th, at 5:30am and continue every Monday and Wednesday morning that Brown facilities are open.

Saturday November 18, 2023 8:00 AM
Long run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Monday November 20, 2023 Morning: 5:30am
4x400/ 3x400/ 2x400

Wednesday November 22, 2023 Morning: 5:30am
*** NO PRACTICE Happy Thanksgiving ***

Saturday November 25, 2023 8:00 AM
Long run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Monday November 27, 2023
1x600/ 2x500/ 3x400/ 3x300

Tempo Tuesday November 28, 2023 6:00 AM
(2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month)
Meet  and ready to run at 6am in front of the Brown Stadium on Elmgrove Ave.

Wednesday November 29, 2023 Morning: 5:30am
1000 x 5-6

Saturday December 2, 2023 8:00 AM
Long run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Monday December 4, 2023
400-500 x 4

Wednesday December 6, 2023 Morning: 5:30am
1200-400/ 800-800/ 800-400-400 optional mile

Saturday December 9, 2023 8:00 AM
Long run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Become a member

We welcome runners of all ages and experience levels. Join us and get great training in a supportive atmosphere, all while helping the Ronald McDonald House.

Running Schedule

We offer early morning track workouts, a weekly tempo run, and a Sunday group run. Find a time and workout that meet your needs.

Order Your Running Club Shirt

All members wear a Running Club shirt during races to help promote the mission of the Ronald McDonald House. Choose from three great styles!

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Advice for runners from PTs, MDs, and your coaches

Below are tips and advice for everything from avoiding injury to strength training. More at the Coaches Corner.

How to Add Variety to Your Squats to Up Your Running Game and Keep You Healthy and Moving Forward

Performance Physical Therapy has evolved its name to Highbar.  All the same friendly faces with a just a new name and look. This month's coaches advice from Highbar is how to add variety to your...

How to maintain and improve your posture to help nail your running mechanics

Check out the new video from our friends at Highbar (formerly Performance Physical Therapy) on how to improve and maintain your posture to help you nail your running form.  ...

A Quick Warm-Up exercise: The Awesome-izer

Here is a quick Warm-Up exercise. It focuses on hip mobility, rotation, and gets the entire kinetic chain ready to go:

Selectinging Running Shoes

See what the research shows can be important in selecting the right running shoe: SELECTING RUNNING SHOES...        

How to Eliminate and Avoid Calf Stiffness in your Runs

How to eliminate and avoid calf stiffness in your runs:

How Adding Explosive Movements to Your Warm-up Can Level Up Your Speed

Dr. Brian Hay demonstrates his three favorite explosive movement exercises for runners. Try these at home.

What To Expect When You’re Returning To Running After Having a Baby

Did you know over 60 million people run for exercise each year and over 60% of them are women? After giving birth, women may notice some changes in their bodies as they try to return to their normal...

Kettlebell Exercises for Runners

How to use a kettlebell as the “best bang for your buck” strength training tool a runner can have.  Hit your glutes, quads, core and upper body with these few kettlebell exercises....

Hit the Ground Running with Bulletproof Legs

Learn how proper foot and ankle mobility and strength can unlock your running potential. Click Here to View the Recording... Presented By: Michael Silva PT, MS, CSCS Physical Therapist Certified...

Why Maintaining Good Hip Mobility Is So Important

Hip mobility is essential to generate power while running. Here are a few simple hip mobility exercises for pre-run, post-run, rest day, or just anytime you feel like it....

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Support from our friends at HIGHBAR

HIGHBAR has provided our club with 200 cards with a QR code to distribute to our members. HIGHBAR currently has 20 physical therapy clinics in the RI area, 10 of which have certified running specialists on staff. Using the card will allow you to identify the clinic...

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Share your story

We'd like to routinely highlight our fabulous club members on our website to help us get to know each other a bit better, share inspiring stories on why we run and what gets us up each day, and show the wonderfully diverse group we are who share a same passion—to lace...

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Group Runs While Training for a Half or Full Marathon

Recently a number of club members have mentioned how much they enjoy running the local roads with others, the majority of whom they have gotten to know at RMHP-RC training sessions on the track, at Tempo Tuesdays, or on weekend long runs on trails or roads. For some...

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