The Nike Run Club gives you the guidance, inspiration and innovation you need to become a better athlete. Join us to reach your goals and have fun along the way.
Guided Runs give you a voice inside your head that believes you can do it, then shows you how. Bring focus to your mind and body with Guided Runs with Headspace, now available in the NRC app.
Track Your Progress. Get all the detail you need—pace, location, distance, elevation, heart rate and mile splits—and greater control over what you see during your run.
Stay Motivated. With NRC’s custom Apple Music playlists, in-run cheers from friends, and encouragement from elite athletes, you’ll have the motivation you need to go a little harder and a little farther.
Run Together. Easily compare and compete with friends and fellow runners—just hashtag your miles against specific goals or challenges to see where you stand.
Get Personalized Coaching. Whatever your goal, your Nike Coach has a plan for you. One that starts with your goals and fitness level, and adapts as you progress.
Tag Your Shoes. Keep track of how many miles you’ve run in every pair of running shoes you own—even the ones from other brands.
Share Your Run. Personalize your posts by adding photos, stats and stickers, then customize who sees it—your entire social network, or just your Nike friends.
Join Coach Jill from Wildlife Academy and Julie from Asskicker Activewear for an interactive zoom session next Wednesday evening at 7:00. We’ll explain what obstacle events are all about, and answer any questions you have about training, etc.
Jan 11, 2023 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
We're going to take a break from our Monthly Fitness Challenges for the holidays this December, but you are still welcome to participate in the Asskicker Army Facebook Group. If you'd like to continue with the structure of our challenges, you can download one of the calendars from a previous month to follow. Details about all of our fitness challenges can be found on the list below.
Choose a continuous movement that keeps you moving quickly but efficiently. If you find yourself having to stop before the minute is over, you may need to adjust your pace. This could include jumping jacks, high knees, dance, butt kicks, step ups, running if you have a treadmill or biking if you have a stationary bike. You could also choose to do these workouts outside and run up and down stairs, do sprints, etc.