B.A.A. Clinic Series

Getting you ready for race day!

In the days and months leading up to the Boston Marathon, B.A.A. 10K, and the B.A.A. Half Marathon, the B.A.A. hosts a series of clinics to help you best prepare for your race. Our clinic series are always free are open to registered entrants of the races and their guests.

Check our listing of B.A.A. Races to find out when that event will have its clinic series.

Open and available to registered participants and their guests, these provide the opportunity for the B.A.A. staff to share both their knowledge and enthusiasm for the events, Guest speakers have included Boston Marathon champions, Hall of Fame coaches, Olympians, and leaders in specific fields of expertise. Designed to assist runners perform their best, the clinics cover topics such as creating customized training plans, diet and nutrition, apparel and footwear selection, and racing tips.

Training clinics are held Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase and generally in the evenings. The B.A.A.'s objective in holding the clinics is to provide a level of support not seen elsewhere in the running industry and to offer an added benefit to those who enter its races. A maximized race performance and allowing runners to ask questions in one-on-one or group format are important components to this aspect of B.A.A. programming.

These clinics are promoted through e-mail to registrants of the Boston Marathon, B.A.A. 10K, and B.A.A. Half Marathon.

B.A.A. Moment

B.A.A. Clinic Series In the months leading up to the Boston Marathon, B.A.A. 10K, and the B.A.A. Half Marathon, the B.A.A. hosts monthly training clinics in conjunction with Marathon Sports and adidas Running in Boston. The free clinics are open to registered entrants of the races and their guests. We know there are many types of runners out there. Our clinics will have a unique look at how to perform your best. Each clinic will be located at Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase. Check our listing of B.A.A. Races to find out when that event will have its clinic series.

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