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Join us, for a week of overnight camp in the beautiful Rocky Mountains above Boulder, Co. Return home empowered, inspired and strengthened! Choosing this camp is a choice to embrace your talent, your strength and your desire to be the best you can be; to bridge the gap between dreaming and doing. Find the edge you are looking for, to access your full potential as a runner, by rediscovering your
Strengthen your running soul with friends, fun and challenge in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains:
“ Melody is an inspiring, driven, and positive person and as a guide, coach and mentor, had an amazing impact on my career. She taught me not only how to overcome obstacles, but how to face them with courage. In the face of adversity, Melody constantly reminded me to “Soar High,” allowing me to clearly see the big picture while remaining in the moment. Thanks to Melody, I found myself soaring higher than I ever had and I owe much of my success to her.” – Jordyn Coulter – Colorado State 800m, 1600m champion and state record holder, National Gatorade Player of the Year and current NCAA Div I Student-Athlete
“Melody fosters an environment at camp in which I immediately felt at home. She approaches the sport with a reverence and respect not just for the physical challenges it poses, but for the internal, mental strength it demands. She seeks to support and strengthen the soul of the runner by giving each girl access to new ways of thinking about her inner resources: her strength, talent, desire, competitiveness, vision and gratitude for the ability to put on her running shoes each day. As a result, I left Melody’s camp energized, excited and eager to lace up my shoes for any challenge the sport may throw my way. Her ability to support young female athletes is exceptional and rare.” – Isabelle Kennedy; former camper, current NCAA Div I student-athlete.
Join our Boys and Girls teams of 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14 year old Warriors. We are a USATF Club. Our coaches help kids gain the mental and physical strength to overcome fear of failure and be willing to show up and run with pride in themselves.
***Meet under the Pavilion, on the South end of the park.***
10/1 – Parker Panther XC Invitational , Parker, Co.
10/8 -Kokopelli Classic, Colo. Springs
10/15 – Boulder Mtn. Warrior XC Challenge, Boulder
11/5 – USATF State Championships, 11/5
11/19 – USATF Regional Championships, 11/19
12/10 – USATF National Championships, Hoover, Alabama
Additional Fees: Race entry fees will be collected at the Wednesday practice before each meet and are typically $10-$12, with the Regional and National meets costing $15 and $20 respectively.*
*No charge for our home meet on 10/15.
CLICK HERE for DETAILED information on USATF Colorado.
To register for a USATF membership*** go here: www.usatf.org; be sure to sign up as a Boulder Mountain Warrior. Club #: 0402
Membership in USATF is not required to be in Boulder Mountain Warriors but is encouraged, as all USATF members are then able to compete for our Boulder Mountain Warriors Teams and have a chance to score and succeed as a team. Questions? Contact Melody
Intro class this Sunday, March 6th, from 12:00-1:30pm. Just $15.00 Learn simple, functional movements which release back/ neck pain and overall stiffness and teach you, through body awareness, how to rediscover your ideal alignment.
6-Class series beginning Sunday, April 10th, 12:00-1:30pm at Vitale Studio in Boulder! $150.00
Register On-line ->
Or Call Melody: 303-818-8063
What is CFR? It is a method which utilizes the neuroplasticity of the brain to upgrade function. Read More:
“CFR has taught me a tremendous amount about proper alignment that helps whether I’m working out or sitting at my desk. When I’m running, and especially during a long run, CFR has given me the ability to consciously initiate movement from a different place and ‘free up energy’ I didn’t know I had.” – Angela D. Bryan, Ph.D, Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience
“As a runner, I want to stay injury free. Melody’s CFR lessons have taught me how to consciously use my whole body while running, which allows me to move more freely and effortlessly. These lessons are as important to me as running and gym workouts; I am now running pain free and enjoying it!” – Will Dixon, Monarch HS XC and Track runner.