The Annapolis Striders are now looking for volunteers to step up and learn the timing process. This job is interesting and important. Interesting, because it allows you to see the entire field of runners cross the finish line in every condition, from completely exhausted to totally unfazed, and everything in between. But also extremely important! If we don’t have a finish line and timing crew, we don’t have a race! So please give it a try. Interested members please contact Dan Symancyk. The first race for the new crew would be the Cherry Pit 10-Miler in May.
2019 Cherry Pit 10 Mile Race
2nd Leg of the Championship Series.
Our 40th year!
Sunday, May 5th, 2019 at 8:00 AM
South River High School 201 Central Ave Edgewater, MD
If you are registered for the Championship Series, you are good to go!
Annapolis Striders membership is required to participate in these training programs. There is no fee for the training programs but you must register. Please select hyperlinks for more information and registration.
Three Spring Training Programs:
Spring 5K – Coached by Paul Thorn, and Debbie Parlin Dirks will begin training on Tuesday April 23, 2019 with the Women’s Distance Festival 5K / Run After the Women 5K as its target race(s) on Saturday 13 July 2019
Spring 10K– Coached by David Dold, Amy Farkas Andrews, Delia Edelmann will begin training on Tuesday April 9, 2019 with the Dawson’s Father’s Day 10K as its target race on June 16, 2019.
Spring Extra Mile – Coached by Elizabeth Whitfield Nabors, and Lee Crumbaugh will also begin training on Tuesday April 9, 2019 with the Dawson’s Father’s Day 10K as its target race on June 16, 2019.
Two programs come to a conclusion at the B&A Marathon and Half on 31 March 2019:
Winter Half Marathon Training – Kelly Gardner, Amy Farkas Andrews, Delia Edelmann, Mark Hamilton, Majorie Fiorvorante, and Michael Myers. With expected low turnout the week before race day, 40 runners were split between SPHS and the BWI Trail. The Half Marathon Program averaged 56 Runners each weekend across the 12 week program.
Winter Extra Mile – Elizabeth Whitfield Nabors, Lee Crumbaugh, Henry Schut and David Dold. The Extra Mile Program averaged about 20 Runners each weekend across the 15 week Winter Program.
THANK YOU TO ALL THE COACHES!
Fuel Your Stride
by Shannon Costello, RDN, Annapolis Strider, #fuelyourstride
FUEL YOUR STRIDE
REST & RECOVERY
Refuel. Repair. Reduce inflammation. Rehydrate. Rest. These are known as the 5 R’s of recovery. Following a recovery program will help improve your performance as not only a runner but as a parent, friend, spouse, and co-worker. Our body undergoes a variety of physiological changes during exercise. By following these 5 R’s, we can optimize our energy potential to perform at our best!
REFUEL with carbohydrates within about 30-60 minutes of a long run or intense workout. Complex carbs help to replenish the lost energy and refuel glycogen stores. Think brown rice, quinoa, whole-wheat pasta, potatoes, and beans.
REPAIR by consuming quality protein with your carbohydrates after exercise. Protein works to repair any tissue damage from exercise and promotes new muscle growth. Go for a variety of sources like skinless chicken, lean beef, fatty fish, beans and legumes, tofu, and nuts and seeds.
REDUCE INFLAMMATION with foods containing antioxidants. Exercise and other life stressors create inflammation throughout the body. Chronic inflammation can be detrimental to the recovery process and may also lead to major health problems. Eat at least 3 cups of veggies and 2 cups of fruit daily. Focus on adding antioxidant-rich foods like mixed berries, citrus fruits, leafy greens, tart cherry juice, fatty fish, avocado and turmeric to your regular nutrition plan to help reduce inflammation. Antioxidants will also help to reduce muscle soreness.
REHYDRATE with water first. Drink about 16-20 ounces of water for every pound of body weight lost during exercise. Replenish electrolytes as needed with a sports drink or with your post-run snack or meal.
REST, REST, & GET MORE REST by aiming for a sound 8-10 hours of sleep each night. Quality sleep is essential for the body’s ability to properly repair and recharge. Lack of rest can lead to higher risk of injury, increased inflammation, and decreased performance. Try setting a routine that allows you to wake up and go to bed at the same time each day. Start winding down by eliminating caffeine intake after lunch and set electronics aside at least an hour before bed.
Get inspired with these anti-inflammatory recovery recipes:
Do you have a favorite yummy inflammation-fighting meal or snack, or questions about any mentioned above? Please feel free to share with your fellow Annapolis Striders or message Shannon.
“Fuel Your Stride is intended to provide nutritional information for the general healthy population. Please consult with a dietitian or your primary care physician before making any changes to your diet.”
Shannon is a Dietitian Nutritionist and Annapolis Strider
Thank you for joining us at our
Annapolis Strider Socials!!
Mark your calendar!!
Location, location, location-please tell us your favorite spot-we are preparing for 2019!! Save the Dates, 2019 Annapolis Striders Socials, 2nd Thursday of Each Month from 6:30pm-8:30pm with the locations to be determined: July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 14 & December 12.
We look forward to seeing you at our socials in the future. Your ideas are encouraged; please alert Carrye Massey, 410-627-8246.
THE NEXT SOCIAL:
Thursday, April 11, 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm-meet us at Newks Eatery, Annapolis Town Centre at Parole, 2077 Somerville Road, Suite 150, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Thank you to Ms. Laney, Catering Manager, for reserving our space.
6:30-8:30pm-meet us at Krissy & Brian Robinson’s house, 1919 Sleepy Hollow Lane, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401. Krissy and Brian are very excited to host the Annapolis Striders May social at their recently renovated home. The Robinsons will provide food and drinks. Please bring beer and/or wine of your choice.
Plenty of street parking and if desired, Brian will provide running routes for those interested.
Thursday, June 13, 5pm-8:30pm
5:00pm-8:30pm-yes this is the correct time. We are starting at 5pm!! Meet us at the Light House Bistro, 202 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
5-7pm-interested in an adult beverage or light snack, please visit our guest bartenders in the bar area
5-8:30pm-interested in dinner, please make your dinner reservation at 410-424-0922.
Thank you and shout out to fellow Annapolis Strider and Catering Manager, Marie Friedland for reserving our space and including us in with their ‘Guest Bartender’ event.
Information about races may be sent to us by visiting the
Annapolis Striders webpage. Under “Contact Us” select
“Submit Community Race”.
Listed by Event Date New postings will have prior to the announcement
The Rec Deeds Challenge 5K and 1 mile Funwalk will be held Saturday, March 30th, 2019 at Downs Park in Pasadena.
This is the signature annual event! The organizers look forward to seeing you out on the trails at Downs Park in Pasadena. All proceeds go toward special needs athletes and families to assist with sports scholarships as well as summer camp programs.
The Emily Schindler Memorial Scholarship Triathlon will be held Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at the Woods Community Center in Severna Park, MD.
The swim portion of the triathlon will take place in the Community Center pool and the bike and run will be on the B&A trail. The two distance events will the main triathlon (800 yard swim, 9 mile bike, 3 mile
run) and the Flamingo Feat (1,660 yard swim, 18 mile bike, 6 mile run).
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at Northeast High School
in Pasadena, MD.
Marines will be holding Combat Fitness tests. There will also be HIIT instructors. There will be an obstacle course for attendees to try. Vendor and other concession stands will be available throughout the day. There will be something for everyone.
All proceeds benefit the NHS MCJROTC and a local charity.
The Escape Through The Cape 5K/ 1 mile fun run will be held
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at the Cape St. Claire Elementary School.
The Cape St. Claire Parent Teacher Organization (CSC-PTO) is dedicated to supporting the education and well being of the children in attendance at the Cape St. Claire Elementary School, and also to supporting the efforts of their teachers and families. To that end the organization raises funds, organizes social events, sponsors enrichment programs and coordinates volunteer efforts.
The Junior League of Annapolis will hold the 12th Annual Jennifer Summers Barrett Memorial Volunteers on the Run 5K on Sunday, April 14th, 2019 at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis.
Open to the public, the proceeds from the race benefit the community programs of JLA. This includes JLA’s work with the Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth and Families to establish a Community of Hope in Brooklyn Park, and the Coaching for Life partnership with Serenity Sistas, which supports women in recovery from alcohol or substance abuse, providing them with a chance to re-enter life.
The Road to Recovery: Sober Truth 5K Run and Family Trot will be held Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at 8:00 am at Baugher’s Fruit Farm in Westminster, MD.
This run will take you through the rolling hills of Carroll County and the beautiful Baugher’s Fruit Farm. You will have a birds eye view of the valley below on your last lap of the race through the fruit orchard itself. The race will help raise funds for Sober Truth, a substance abuse treatment program that provides treatment for adults suffering with addiction.
If you sign up before April 1, 2019 you will receive a free Sober Truth T-shirt.
The 2019 Riva 5K Run and Walk will be held Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at Reichardt Park in Annapolis Landing, Riva, Maryland.
The Riva 5K Run & Walk is a fun community event in Riva, Maryland. This is the 5th annual event led by volunteers from: Berkshire, Annapolis Landing and Waterford to foster community bonds and to raise money for a local charity. Proceeds and all donations from the 2019 event will benefit Gigi’s Playhouse Annapolis. (No awards are given at this fun family event.)
The One Love Club of Annapolis High School will hold its Annapolis Runs for Love 5K/1 Mile event on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at Annapolis High School.
One Love was founded in honor of Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old college student who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. After her death, the family started the One Love Foundation to educate young people about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
The Queen City Striders will hold a Mini-Marathon/Walk for
Ol’ Greenway on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 in Cumberland, MD.
This event is a fundraiser for a stadium in Cumberland, MD, that was built by the WPA in 1936. It has been utilized by local student athletes continuously since that time. The proceeds will go into an endowment created to improve and maintain the stadium for generations to come. Many people who have fond memories of Greenway reside in the Baltimore area and we hope they will want to take part. It is timed by the Queen City Striders and is RRCA sanctioned.
The Mount Harmon Earth Day 5K Cross Country Run/Walk will be held Saturday April 27th, 2019 in Earleville, MD.
This event is in celebration of Earth Day and nature at Mount Harmon. The Earth Day 5K Run/Walk cross country course will traverse some of the region’s most beautiful natural surroundings and feature trails along Mount Harmon’s scenic and historic waterfront.
The 2019 Race for Hope – DC will be held Sunday, May 5th , 2019 in Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.
The Race for Hope-DC, a 5K course in the nation’s capital, is a fun and inspiring way to join forces in the fight against brain tumors by raising funds for research. It is one of the largest fundraisers in the country benefiting the brain tumor community and the proceeds support the National Brain Tumor Society. For more information and registration
The SOAR FOR VETERANS cycling event will be held Saturday, June 1st, 2019 in Easton, MD. Riders can choose a 25, 50 or 62.5 mile route.
The second annual SOAR FOR VETERANS cycling event celebrates our nation’s veterans and raises funds to support the Mid-Shore Recovering Veterans Group (MSRVG), a a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization.
By providing wheelchairs, handicap ramps and transportation, to also engaging veterans in positive extracurricular activities, Mid-Shore Recovering Veterans Group is a lifeline for veterans needing support that traditional funding sources can’t provide. Funds raised go directly to support veterans through the Mid-Shore Community Foundation. For more information and registration
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FOR YOUR INFORMATION AND INTEREST:
Please remember that ALL Annapolis Striders members are welcome at our monthly Board Meetings, the first Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm.
2019 dates are:
April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, December 3rd.
All Board Meetings are held at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in the
Belcher Pavilion, 7th floor, Conference Room B or E. Park in Garage E.
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