News & Events

Running Club members get a 15% discount at Rhode Runner

Just a reminder that all Club members receive a 15% discount at Rhode Runner on North Main Street. Just be sure to tell the friendly staff that you're a member. They'll confirm it in the database. This is a fabulous opportunity and the folks there are great at finding...

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Congratulations to all Club Boston Marathoners!

Congratulations to all Club members who ran the Boston Marathon. It was a super wet, super windy day, and you all are amazing! We salute you! Joe Belanger: 3:06 Thijs Kolet: 3:07 Jim Rudolph: 3:22 Andy Sabourin: 3:25 Bill Sheridan: 3:27 Wendy...

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2018 Challenge Races Announced

The Ronald McDonald Running Club of Providence has named its races for the 2018 Challenge. Club members who compete in 7 or more of these races will receive a commemorative shirt and are eligible for other awards based on the following point system. Finish times...

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Half and full marathon personalized training

If you are planning to run a marathon or half marathon this spring (2018) and would like a personalized training schedule to help you reach your goal, email Jon Barnes or Bob Rothenberg. The schedule will cover a 15-20 week training...

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New training opportunity

Wednesday Evening Runs:   Join other club members at 6:00 pm at Blackstone Blvd. near Three Sisters Restaurant – Pawtucket end of the Blvd - same location as our Saturday runs, for a tempo run, a hill run, or a comfortable distance run.  If interested,  you must...

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RMHP-RC Challenge Races are Back!

We are reviving the RMHP-RC CHALLENGE. The list below includes an assortment of 5k - 1/2 marathon local races. Club members who compete in 7 or more races will receive a commemorative shirt and be eligible for other awards based on the following point system: Your...

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Sign up for a Second Friday Dinner!

Please help us to provide a meal for the families staying at the RMHP.

Together, we can make a small difference in the life of a family struggling with the heartache of a sick child.

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Coaches Corner

PETER K. KRIZ, MD March 2018 Presentation

Here is the link to Dr. Peter Kriz's presentation at the March 2018 annual RMHP Running Club meeting. Common Running Injuries PETER K. KRIZ, MD ASSISTANT TEAM PHYSICIAN, BROWN UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS MARCH 19, 2018  ...

Tapering before your marathon: How to do it and why it matters

Tapering for a half or full marathon is a critical part of any runner’s training program. As we approach spring and racing season, it’s important for runners to understand the reasoning behind – and the importance of – a proper taper. Read the article...

Peter Sedgwick talks about the 2018 Boston Marathon

April 17, 2018 Yesterday as many of you are aware I ran the 122nd Running of the Boston Marathon, it was my first Boston and my last marathon. What a humbling experience to run in the footsteps of all the great runners of the past, Billy Rodgers, Meb and our own Jon...

Running Myths and Facts

Debunking the common 'running myths' by Dr. Brian Hay MS, DPT, OCS: Running Myths & Facts

Running Tip – Hamstring Power & Mobility Video

Power = Speed When running the more power we can generate from our muscles the more forward movement we generate with each stride.  The more forward movement we generate with each stride the more distance we cover and that equals SPEED.  Stronger glutes and hamstrings...

What is Core?

What is Core?  Just take a deep breath and read on "Core" is one of the most overused and misunderstood terms in health and fitness today.  The term is so overused it has almost lost its legitimacy, so when my patients say, “I am doing core exercises” I tend to be a...

Running Injury Prevention

Download this paper from by Dr. Brian Hay MS, DPT, OCS and Performance Physical Therapy about Running Injury Prevention: RMHRC Running Injury...

How to Recognize a Running Injury

by Brian Hay MS, DPT, OCS Runners are constantly battling aches and pains.  How do we know what pain is ok to push though and what pain is not.   As a physical therapist I always educate patients that symptom recognition is the most important part of training.  It is...

Injury Check

No pain, no gain? Not always true—while any vigorous exercise may lead to some muscle soreness, pain is often a symptom of injury. Check out this article for more information about the types of pain that you should NOT ignore:...

Racing in Hot Weather

Water, water and more water: start drinking lots of water NOW. If you fill a one or two liter bottle of water in the morning and keep drinking small amounts from it, then you’ll know how much you drank over the course of the day. Don’t go to the beach, do lawn work,...

Hot Weather Training Tips

Rule #1 is to remember that “discretion is the better part of valor.” Common sense—NOT your training schedule, weekly mileage goal, 3,282-day running streak, weight-loss campaign, etc—needs to be your guide. Be alert to THI (temperature-humidity index or “feels like”...