2015 Spring-Summer Racing – Client Accomplishments

Here are some of the accomplishments in Spring/Summer 2015 races by our clients:



Wally completed the MuckFest MS Chicago 5K Mud Obstacle Run.  This is a team race that includes running, crawling and climbing.  Wally said his L2 Performance Training Sports Conditioning Program really helped: “All of the crawling training really helped me.  Spider crawls training worked awesome.  My team said I was like a monkey.  So I think our Sports Conditioning training and our running training program did it.   I wasn’t even sore after the event!”  Read more about Wally’s journey here.


Catherine ran the Lisle Windrunners 10K. 

Anthony completed the Chicago Spartan Sprint Race.  This was a major accomplishment for Anthony as he has been plagued by injuries in the past and did not think he would be able to compete in this event.   Anthony said “I am very excited and I think I am that much closer to cracking the code to running. Thank you again for the advice.”

Peter and Catherine completed the AMITA Fitness for America Half-Marathon.   Peter was 3rd in his age group.

Charisma completed the Chicago Rock and Roll 10K in very hot, humid conditions.

Michelle completed the Waterfall Glen Xtreme 10 miler.  This was Michelle’s first 10 mile race.

Peter and Catherine ran the Downers Grove Park District 5 miler.  Peter finished 4th in his age group.

Peter, Mary, Catherine and Jerry ran the 3rd Annual River Grove FOP 5K.   They had some great results:

Peter was 3rd Overall, 2nd in the Men’s Masters division and won his age group.

Mary was 7th Overall Female, 2nd in the Women’s Masters division and won her age group, setting a PR for the 5K.

Jerry was 3rd in his age group.

Congratulations to all!   Here are some photos from the race:


Laurie, Peter, Catherine and Mary after the race

Jerry FOP2

Jerry and Laurie after the finish

Peter with his age group winning medal

Mary with her age group winning medal

















Michelle ran a PR at the Cosley Zoo 10K Run.









Diane won her age group at the Ridge Run 10K in 53:06. Read more about Diane’s journey here.

Wally - Rock River 5K 2015 v2






Wally won his age group at the Rock River Leisure Estates 5K. Read more about Wally’s journey here.


Jaime set a PR of 1:26 at the Soldier Field 10 Mile race.

Two of our clients ran the Chicagoland Spring races in very hot and humid conditions:

Peter ran 3:33:33: in the Chicagoland Spring Marathon and was 21st overall and 4th in his age group. Read about his journey here.


Peter said, “At least, I am not injured (other than a few blisters), which is in big part an outcome of the RunSMART class.”   RunSMART will be offered again this summer at Edward Health and Fitness.    Watch the Upcoming Events section for info on how to register.  






Mary completed the Chicagoland Spring Half-Marathon in 2:12:18.   This was Mary’s 3rd Half Marathon. Read about her journey here.







Diane was 2nd in her age group at the Run Like a Mother 5K with a PR of 23:50. 

Read more about Diane’s journey here




Peter, Michelle and Catherine completed the Groovin in the Grove 5KPeter was 4th overall and 1st in his age group.   He set a PR of 18:53. Read about his journey here.

Wendy completed the 2015 Boston Marathon this April having qualified at the Indianapolis Marathon in the fall.   She is also qualified for, and plans to run, the 2016 Boston Marathon.




Diane was 2nd in her age group at the Morton Arboretum Arbor Day 10K.


Read more about Diane’s journey here



Dana completed the CARA Lakefront 10 miler.

Peter, Catherine and Jerry completed the Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle 8K.   Peter ran a 31:34, good for a PR and a Top 2% finish in his age group!  Catherine also ran a PR!




Diane ran the Lisle Spring Sprint 5K on March 22. Diane won her age group and was second woman overall!


Read more about Diane’s journey here.



Jim and Susan both completed the Naperville St. Paddys Day 5K.

Wally completed the 2015 Tokyo Marathon this past February.   Wally has completed 5 marathons and is halfway through completion of the World Marathon Majors.

Read more about Wally’s journey here.

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