Running in Stanton


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  • Santa Hustle 5k
    This winter, the streets will fill with red, white, and beard. That's because Santa Hustle 5K makes its way to cities across the country, inviting runners and walkers alike to dress as Old St. Nick. Each participant receives a Santa hat, Santa beard, and Dri-FIT hoodie as they tread the pavement to raise money for a different charity in each city. Post-race, participants can kick-start their holiday cheer at an after-party filled with treats, music, and festive decorations.
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    8039 Beach Blvd.
    Buena Park, CA US
  • Club Results
    At Club Results, power couple Cynthia and Steve Teran help clients of all ages, body types, and fitness levels get into the best shape of their lives. A former Miss Galaxy and Miss Fitness U.S.A., Cynthia helps her students build lean muscle and jumpstart their metabolism with classes, while certified personal trainer Steve mentors clients in safe, effective weight and cardio workout techniques. During their Total Body Training Bootcamp sessions, participants sculpt their bodies and burn fat with an interval training method that firms and slims much faster than a boring trek on a treadmill or an afternoon spent trying to lift barbells with their minds.
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    5462 East La Palma Avenue
    Anaheim, CA US
  • The Sweater Dash
    Most 5Ks feature participants in sweat-wicking T-shirts and shorts sprinting toward the finish line. But The Sweater Dash is different. During the fun run, runners and walkers don ugly sweaters to ring in the holiday season. Following the festive jaunt, participants head to the Ugly Sweater Party to celebrate their achievement with live music and holiday food. To add to the merriment, the event includes an award ceremony for Ugliest Sweater and a meet-and-greet with Santa, during which the winner of the Ugliest Sweater award can ask him for more stylish clothing.
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    Angels Stadium
    Anaheim, CA US
  • The Hunger Runs 5K
    In the unusual parlance of the Hunger Runs 5K, runners are “dedications,” teams are “organizations,” spectators are “assemblies,” and the race is known simply as “the hunt.” The race’s creators, the “huntmakers,” devise a series of obstacles specifically designed to encourage teamwork and camaraderie, and they set up “challenge centers” demanding expert bow-and-arrow skills, simian climbing abilities, and courage in the face of flaming objects. Organizations that finish fastest or with the most points in their designated wave earn bragging rights, awards, and cheek pinches from their proud grandmothers. Dedications are strongly encouraged to wear fun costumes and comfortable sneakers and to come bearing team spirit and the will to win.
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    16801 Euclid St.
    Fountain Valley, CA US
  • Run for Homeless Children
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Run for Homeless Children facet_type_id: a5a5bd70-8a42-1032-bfff-1dc9153eb038 html_text: Run for Homeless Children benefits Thomas House, a nonprofit organization that provides temporary shelter and programming for homeless families with children. Whether participants are walking or running, the race is not competitive. However, that doesn't mean the event isn't challenging. The course includes six bridges and a tunnel, which represent the obstacles facing homeless families on the path to self-sufficiency.
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    16801 Euclid Street
    Fountain Valley, CA US
  • So Cal X Fit
    So Cal X Fit trainers Luis Briseno and Michael Jauregui get exercisers into shape during engaging boot-camp classes. These workouts incorporate myriad forms of resistance, from battle ropes and Prowler sleds to TRX suspension training tools and over-sized tires from Paul Bunyan's childhood tricycle. To complement the workouts, So Cal X Fit also provides body wraps and nutritional counseling.
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    750 East Katella Avenue
    Orange, CA US

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