Big River Running Company is committed to being St. Louis’ running and walking resource. The personal service and individual fitting process at Big River is unlike that of your normal sporting goods store. Also unique to Big River is its unwavering commitment to give back to the sport. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities come to Big River not just to buy shoes but to socialize, to train and to be a part of a true running and walking community.
GO! St. Louis®, a not-for-profit organization, encourages individuals and families in the region to adopt a healthy lifestyle by getting fit, staying active, and eating a nutritional diet year round. The organization accomplishes this through school based programming, community collaborations, the creation of new and unique fitness events and outreach to senior/retirement centers.
The GO! St. Louis Family Fitness Weekend, held in April each year, continues to be our signature event, attracting over 18,000 participants from 47 states and eight countries in 2009. The GO! St. Louis Family Fitness Weekend features ten different races for all ages and fitness abilities. The event is Missouri’s largest competitive fitness event and includes a marathon, half marathon, marathon relay, 5K run/walk, children’s fun run and a mature mile. The Family Fitness Weekend has become a national model for other running organizations and communities, looking to inspire residents to make community wellness a priority.
What is ChiRunning® ?
ChiRunning® has helped thousands of people since its inception. Whether you are just beginning a running program or training for a marathon, race, or triathlon, the ChiRunning® approach is one that builds a healthy body instead of breaking it down from misuse or overuse. Learn more about ChiRunning at www.5050running.com.
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