Friday: 40 to 45 minute recovery run. Do this on your own or meet up with team members. No official practice, but you really need to get this recovery run done sometime on Friday.
Saturday: 60 to 65 minute run
Sunday: Rest day
Monday: Practice at 3:45pm
Due to the rising numbers of the COVID-19 Virus, Denver East has elected to not participate in Session 8, which was scheduled to begin next week and run through December 4th. As of now only Session 8 is cancelled and we will re-evaluate for Session 9 after the Thanksgiving Holiday, which is currently scheduled to begin December 7th, fingers crossed.
We will be posting workouts to be done on your own here on the website two or three times a week.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions. Have a wonderful Holiday break, and stay safe!
—Michael Tasker Head Track & Field Coach
Join DU Sports Psychology Grad Students, Maria D’Ugo and Allodia Park for a Google Meet tonight at 6:15pm. Here is the meeting link: Google meets link
Maria and Allodia are in a program at DU that is designed to develop individuals in the sport, performing arts, health and fitness, and mental health fields who want to improve the performance and lives of the people they work with. This program focuses on the psychological factors that influence human performance while practicing assessment and intervention strategies that enhance an individual’s performance and personal growth.
All cohorts are welcome to attend this meeting.
All cohort 1 runners will continue to train together this week.
Cohort 2 runners are eligible to join the VRC. Click here for more info: Virtual Running Club (Cohort 3)
Meet the virtual runners at the E at 4:00 on Mondays (today), Wednesdays and Fridays.
Cohort 3 (VRC) and Cohort 2
Please join the google meeting at 6:00pm tonight for a brief update before the guest speakers arrive. Google meets link
Hey Runners!! Hopefully all of you are finding ways to get outside and enjoy the sunshine and get in some miles! Please send pictures of yourself and your running buddies (human or other, following safety guidelines) so we can share them! Please check the training plan on the website by clicking here xc summer training schedule 2020— and please keep a training log! It is even more important than ever that you are keeping track of what your training! Since we cannot be with you, we need to see logs so we know how to adjust your training. We will have more information soon on how to share that with us.
Please stay tuned for some upcoming google chats—I was having some technical difficulties, but think I have it figured out.
If you are going to be a senior and would like to be a captain, please send me a letter explaining why and what would make you a good leader for this team. I have received several already, and want to make sure I know who is interested. Please make sure I have your letter no later than June 1. You can send your letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy running thoughts until we talk soon!
Click on the following link to find your summer training schedule.
xc summer training schedule 2020
Stay tuned to this site about more information about summer training from your coaches.
If you are not racing at the Cowboy Invite, you need to attend the required practice today at 3:15 at the Big E. Coaches Fuhrman and Miller will be leading practice today. If you cannot attend, let Coach Fuhrman know.
List of Cowboy Invite runners: Cowboy/girl Entries
The Angels will meet for summer training at East by the big red E on the following days/times:
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 3:15 pm
Fridays: Friday Fun Runs TBD. Always in the mornings, leaving the teachers’ lot around 7:45 am depending on where we go.
Click here for permissions slips for the Friday Fun Runs Friday Fun Run Permission Slip
If you can’t join the team for conditioning, miss a conditioning session or want more info on summer training, click here: East High School XC Summer Running Guide 2017-2
xc summer training schedule
To keep track of your summer milage, go to http://www.logarun.com . Fun prizes may be given out for running logs.
“Cross country champions are made in the summer.”
2017 High Altitude Cross Country Camp
In case you need more evidence that we have an exceptionally talented team, we offer video evidence. Now, on to the City Championships! See you Monday (and yes, you can still volunteer to help).