Halifax Road Hammers

Coaches Profile
Coach: 
Lee McCarron
City/Town: 
Halifax
Overview: 

Halifax Road Hammers provides coaching services for all runners from beginner to elite. Recently awarded Canadian running’s Golden Shoe Award as Club of the Year for 2016. The Road  Hammers mission is to help everyone reach their ultimate potential from the 5k to the marathon. Individuals will receive detailed training programs for the calendar year for peak performance at their goal race(s). There are two groups: Performance and Development.
Performance Group
When:

  • Wednesday Evening @ 5:30pm
  • Saturday Morning @ 9:30am

Where: Point Pleasant Park, the Commons, BLT - weather will dictate the location
Athlete Range of Abilities:

  • Marathon – Sub 3:30
  • Half Marathon – Sub 1:40
  • 10k – Sub 45:00
  • 5k – Sub 21:30

 
Development Group
When:

  • Tuesday Evening @ 5:30pm
  • Saturday Morning @ 8:00am

Where: Point Pleasant Park, the Commons, BLT - weather will dictate the location.
Athlete Range of Abilities:

  • Marathon – 4:00-3:30
  • Half Marathon- 2:05-1:40
  • 10k - 56:00 - 45:00
  • 5k - 26:00-21:45

 
For individuals not located in Halifax but who want to be part of the Road Hammers, online coaching is available where individuals will receive a training program for their next goal race(s).

When?: 
Tuesday Evening @ 5:30pm (Development Group)
Wednesday Evening @ 5:30pm (Performance Group)
Saturday Morning @ 8:00am (Development) and 9:30am (Performance)
Where?: 
Point Pleasant Park, the Commons, BLT - weather will dictate the location
Contact: 
Lee McCarron

About Us

Since 1983, Run Nova Scotia has fostered and promoted road running all across Nova Scotia. From one running boom to the next, our mission has not wavered: to promote health, fitness, and camaraderie to people of all ages and abilities through the sport of road running. For close to 30 years, we’ve supported the unique needs and goals of anyone from Yarmouth to Sydney who has decided to lace up a pair of running shoes and join the thousands of other Nova Scotians running the roads.