Running in Fairfield


Race Entry for One or Two to Glowbash 5K Race on Saturday, April 25 at 7 p.m. (Up to 59% Off)

GlowBash 5K

Cincinatti

Runners in glowing gear race through 5K throughout the city and complete an 11-clue scavenger hunt

$85 $39

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$29 to Running Music Festival Entry Package to Nocturnal Lands 5K ($60 Value)

Nocturnal Lands 5K

Kentucky Speedway

Run past different DJ stages on a 5K course amid interactive light shows, then celebrate at a main-stage after party

$60 $29

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Three-Month RunRevolution Training Program for One or Two at RevolutionX (Up to 51% Off)

RevolutionX

Fairlane Center

Whether you want to run a 5K or a marathon, this 3-month program sets you on the right track with custom training plans and group runs

$50 $25

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$25 for 5K Registration for One at The Colorful 5K on Sunday, April 19 (Up to $50 Value)

The Colorful 5K

Indiana State Fairgrounds

Runners dash along a 5K course while splattering one another with nontoxic color powder

$50 $25

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Charity-5K Entry for One or Two on March 1, April 25, or Both Dates from Heartland Endurance Sports (Up to 46% Off)

Heartland Endurance Sports

Multiple Locations

Support a local child’s recovery from a car crash in the Bolt for Aiden’s Breath or a variety of causes in the Lapel Lion’s Club Run & Roar

$35 $21

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$29 for Color Me Rad 5K Entry on Saturday, March 28 ($55 Value)

Color Me Rad

Masterson Station Park

Stations placed throughout a looping 5K track lob clouds of colored cornstarch to transform runners’ outfits from white to rainbow

$55 $29

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Not many people would peg Santa Claus as a runner—his rotund figure doesn’t help his case—but The HoHoHo5K Fun Run seems to prove them wrong. Santa’s fitness prowess is redeemed thanks to a hoard of runners taking to the streets of Council Bluffs in holiday costumes; popular selections include the man in red, as well as Mrs. Claus and other holiday characters. The race takes participants through downtown and past Bayliss Park, which will be aglow with string lights, and past water and hot-chocolate stations. Participants are encouraged to donate a new toy on the day of the race to help local kids have a memorable holiday, and a portion of the race’s proceeds further these efforts.
114 West Broadway Street
West Harrison,
IN
US
St. Leon Community Park provides the town's 678 residents and numerous visitors a place to play, picnic, and enjoy the great outdoors. One such sun-filled event is the St. Leon Walk/Run, a 5K race for all ages that raises donations for adding new amenities to the park while revealing a beneficial use for feet beyond typing on smartphones.
7282 Church Ln.
West Harrison,
IN
US
Students should bring: Mat, dumbbells, bottle of water, and towel Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2007 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Q&A with Brian Calkins, President/Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? We believe that fitness should be fun and inspiring. We believe that every woman should be healthy and fit, full of energy and enthusiasm for life, and look and feel fantastic! We believe that in order to get fit and healthy, all you have to do is ask your body to do just a little bit more than what it?s accustomed to doing, regardless of your current shape, size, age or ability. Adventure Boot Camp provides workouts that foster fun, support, community, accountability, inspiration, and teaches women how to look, feel, and perform their best in life. Do you believe in the maxim, "No pain, no gain?? Why or why not? I do not. In fact, I think in the context of today?s ?box? gyms, pushing intensity beyond capability, is completely stupid and entirely unnecessary. Does that mean exercise is easy? Of course not. Exercise must be smart in that it meets the participant at her level, and it progresses at her pace, based on her unique characteristics. Because the opposite is true too. The same ole routine, day in and day out, leads to stagnation, boredom, and no results. There?s a fine balance between exercise that is too hard, and workouts that are too easy in that they are a waste of time. Adventure Boot Camp has perfected that balance, we call the sweet spot in fitness. Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility? Clients come to our facility for workouts that are fun. They come to our facility for leading edge education on fitness, health, and nutrition. And they build lifetime relationships within our community. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? My approach to fitness has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, and I have been honored as one of the nation?s top 50 personal trainers by the American Association of Personal Trainers. I have been a local media consultant in the area of health and fitness for the past 8 years.
4700 Smith Road
Cincinnati,
OH
US
Donning their whitest T-shirts, The Cincinnati Color Palooza participants gather for a 3-mile fun run through downtown Cincinnati, during which they’ll be doused in a rainbow of nontoxic powdered hues cast into the air by enthusiastic volunteers. At the end of the run, competitors are granted their own colored powders to lob at friends, race organizers, and black-and-white television sets sitting in their attics. Runners are encouraged to keep the celebration going at the nearby Cincinnati Pride festival in Sawyer Point Park, where there will be beer, live music, and family activities. Those looking to run for a good cause can create a fundraising page for Color Palooza’s charity partner, Susan G. Komen Greater Cincinnati Association for the Cure, which helps in the fight against breast cancer. The The Cincinnati Color Palooza is free for children 7 and younger.
807 Broadway St
Cincinnati,
OH
US
The Urban Dare Adventure Race is a fast-paced competition that challenges two-person teams to decipher clues, navigate the city, and perform playful stunts. Combining the bustle of a track meet with the brain-taxing sleuth work of a luge competition, the race uses a dozen trivia-based clues to lead contestants to checkpoints all over their sprawling metropolis. Location hunters reach their checkpoints by whatever means necessary, be it hopping a bus downtown, flying madly through a network of secret ziplines, or scuba-diving in a fountain for bus fare. At the mini destinations, racers must use a camera to document their presence or, in some cases, get their passports stamped after completing challenges that may include a climbing wall or solving a riddle.
28 Fountain Square Plz.
Cincinnati,
OH
US
For this 5K race, a normally tame park or other venue is transformed into Mean Streets, an urban-themed obstacle course. In the Construction Zone, participants navigate over and under traffic barriers of different heights followed by a dive into a trash-filled dumpster. After bypassing the dumpster zone, runners test their stamina as cat burglars, scrambling through first-floor windows and trespassing through backyards. They barely touch ground before scaling upward once again on the Time-to-Climb portion of the course, which features a Jason Bourne-esque run across the rooftops. Finally, contestants climb out a window and onto the fire escape, swinging across an 8-foot ladder to reach the finish.
705 East Pete Rose Way
Cincinnati,
OH
US
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