Wildlife on the Trail: Mountain lions, snakes, and bears - oh my! The amazing part about being out on the trails is you will most likely see some sort of wildlife while you are out there. So what do you do if you come across one of Mother Nature's creatures? We have the answer!
Running in the dark: Even if you've been on a certain trail a hundred times before, it looks and feels different in the dark. Without a doubt the most important step in the transition to running trails in the dark revolves around personal safety. Here are some tips to help.
What's the Scoop on Socks?: It’s a widely known fact that wearing the right running shoes is important for every runner; however, making sure that you have a good pair of running socks is just as important. Here's why!
Schedule: Here is a pdf version so you always have the schedule at your fingertips. *Locations listed on schedule for planning purposes; subject to change. Always check the Latest News for most accurate information.
Weekend In-Store Promotions: This weekend only! Fri-Sun, get 20% off all Buffs and Drymax socks are "buy 3 get 1 free". Stock up while you can!
Carpool: Parking can be very limited at many of our training locations. We highly recommend carpooling. We will provide a carpool signup sheet at training for you to connect with others in your neighborhood.
Functional Fitness: Looking to ramp up your training? Join our new Functional Fitness class on Mondays at 5:45am or 6pm at Land Park for a 60 min workout designed to build strength, endurance and agility specific to runners. Class starts today! Learn more here and Register Now!
Dirty Secret Trail Run: Don't let all your training go to waste, the race is almost 80% full already! Register today and make sure you're part of all the fun! Plus...pancakes...need we say more?
Trail Heads Escape!: Fleet Feet Sacramento announces their first ever trail running camp! You won't want to miss this amazing experience, May 19-21 at Michigan Bluff. All levels welcome!
Poppy Pass: Many of our training locations will have pay-for parking. One of the best ways to avoid these fees is to purchase a California State Poppy Pass. There will be a few opportunities where Ranger Pat will come to a workout to sell Poppy Passes. You may also purchase these online or at the Park Pass Sales Office located at 1416 9th Street, Room 144, Sacramento, California. When you purchase local- the money stays local!
Facebook Page: Join us on Facebook! We have set up a Trail Heads Training Facebook page exclusively for our trainees. This is a great spot to communicate with fellow trainees in the program. This is not a coaching site and our coaches are not required to participate on the page. If you have training questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read the page rules as well. Here is how to join: