2016 LCCC Running Camp

2016 LCCC Running Camp

For Middle School, Junior High and High School Distance Runners

  1. Injuries, hydration, hot & cold weather running
  2. Goal setting, motivation, sports psychology
  3. Cross Training
  4. Training Strategy
  5. Race Strategy

*topics subject to change 

  1. Team building
  2. Interval, hill training 
  3. Flexibility, Yoga, Stress Management
  4. Cross training activities  
  5. Splash Zone Swimming Day

*activities subject to change

  • Extra socks, shirt, shorts, towel
  • Extra shoes if possible
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen

We will be outside and we will sweat!

Lorain County Community College
June 20-24, 2016
9 am - 2 pm

Welcome to the LCCC Running Camp!  The camp will be held at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio. Middle School, Junior High School and High School distance runners of all abilities will benefit from this five-day comprehensive running camp. Campers will learn from the best!  College and high school coaches, along with our own LCCC Physical Education staff will provide a well-rounded, informative, challenging and FUN experience. The camp will utilize the LCCC cross country course (home of the Jack Wilhelm Cross Country Classic and District race) as well as our outstanding fitness facilities. Get ready to have the best racing season of your life.

Jim Powers M.Ed., CPT

The LCCC Running Camp will use the expert staff here at LCCC as well as area college, high school and junior high school coaches.  All staff are experienced, certified and dedicated to assisting runners reach their full potential.

Earlybird Registration Discount!
Register by June 6 and pay only $125!

After June 6, total camp cost is $150.00 (Online registration, Check or money order (made out to LCCC)). 

Cost includes morning snack, lunch, T-shirt and entry fee in the Santarelli Memorial 5k Cross Country race at LCCC in August.



8:30 am Check in, meeting   11:30 am Lunch
9:00 am Morning run 12:15 pm Speaker
10:00 am Tree Talk 1:15 pm Activity
10:15 am Morning Snack 2:00 pm Check out
10:30 am Activity


  • Extra socks, short, shorts, towel
  • Extra shoes if possible
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen

We will be outside and we will sweat!

Please register online below or click here for a printable registration form. For more information, please contact Jim Powers at LCCC:

Jim Powers
(440) 366-7652
E mail:  jpowers@lorainccc.edu
Fax:  (440) 366-4643 

Please complete the form below to register and pay online.


Please read the waiver below and enter the name of the parent/guardian of the player. After submitting the form, a printable copy will open on your computer. Bring the signed, printable copy with you to the running camp with your payment.
In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I, for myself and my heirs, personal representative, successors, and assigns, release Lorain County Community College and their representatives from any and all claims and rights of action of any kind for personal injury, property damage or other loss which I may incur as a result of my participation in the running camp.  In the event that the participant named herein is a minor, the person signing does hereby certify that he or she is the parent or legal custodian of said minor and signs this waiver on behalf of said minor.
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