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MVS Spring Coaching 2024

The MVS Spring Coaching program (Mobility) will run from March 18th and finish on June 3rd, 2024. Due to sunset times, track will not begin until April 2nd, and will finish the same week on June 4th (Sessions will not be held during holidays).

Total cost for the options is either $125 for 1 weekly workout, or $185 for 2 weekly workouts (track + Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners)

One Workout Session Per Week:

  • Choose either a Track session (Tuesday) OR Monday "Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners" Session. (Mixing and matching in permitted)
  • 11 sessions
  •  Fee= $125

Two Workout Sessions Per Week:

  •  Participate at Indoor Track AND "Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners" Sessions.
  • 21 sessions
  •  Fee = $185

Monday Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Andover/North Andover YMCA

Tuesday Track
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: North Andover High School Track


Locations and Time



March 18, 2024 through June 3, 2024

  • "Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners": Mondays beginning March 19, 2024 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Track: Tuesdays beginning April 2, 2024 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM


  • Andover/North Andover Y (Monday)
  • Andover High School Field House Track (Tuesday)

Register for Spring Coaching


  • Click on the link below to sign up for Spring Coaching.
  • Choose one of two options.

MVS Spring Coaching - 3/18/24 - 6/4/24

Program Descriptions

About Track and "Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners" workouts:  

Both workouts are excellent workouts for ALL levels. One of our main goals is to make sure that all participants receive workouts suitable to their level of fitness. We occasionally offer individual video analysis and work 1 on 1 to assure runners get all the help they need to meet their goals.

Strength, Mobility and Balance for Runners workouts can be used to compliment Track workouts or as excellent workout alone.

Track Workouts:

All workout are designed and coached by experienced RRCA certified coaches.

The workouts are designed to help you achieve your own running goals. Some runners participate simply to improve their fitness and build self-esteem, others may be training for world-class events. It doesn’t matter. Workouts and coaches are available to help you achieve your goals, regardless of fitness and competitive levels.

Track workouts always begin with a warm-up. Warm-ups include active stretching, drills to improve overall running efficiency, and strides.  The main workout is made up of a variety of interval sets designed to work on improving, speed, endurance, strength, and running form. Workouts end with a cool down and a short group stretching session.

Strength, Mobility and Balance for Running

Improve communication between your brain and legs to help you become more efficient.

Strengthen both the muscles and joints needed for powerful, fast running.

Improve coordination, balance and proprioception to help you become a better athlete. 

Over time, all of these benefits translate into improved speed. When you run more efficiently with greater strength, you’ll finish any distance faster.

Benefits of Drills and Hill Training

Running drills are an excellent way to learn and develop efficient movement patterns that enable your body to adopt when running. Weekly running drills also help strengthen specific muscle groups needed for running, especially the muscles of the feet, calves, shins, thighs and hips.

Training on hills improves leg-muscle strength, quickens your stride, expands stride length, develops your cardiovascular system, enhances your running economy. Hill running will make you a stronger, faster and healthier runner.

Why Strengthening Skills?

You need to run frequently and consistently to improve your running. The best way to assure your ability to run injury free is by increasing your strength to prepare your body for the stress that results from intense running.


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