The 2016 NNS 5K on May 21 had more than 1,400 registered, our highest participation to-date! Thanks to everyone who came out.
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Put your fears to rest because this program is designed for non-runners to use the next 8 weeks to train and successfully complete a 5K.
Stretching is something you don’t want to skip before working out. A good stretch can prevent injury and reduce joint stiffness while increasing your range of motion (ROM).
What do you like to eat before you exercise? What works for one person may not necessarily work for another person. Here are some tips on how to figure out what works for you.
After eight weeks of training and preparation, you want to make sure you are in prime condition for race day. Here are some tips to help make your race day a success.
It's important to consult your doctor before starting any physical activity program.
Volunteers are needed on the day of the race from 7-11a.m. All volunteers will receive a free T-shirt. If you are interested in volunteering, please click the link below or call Brady Goggin at (757) 380-7646.
The 5K Challenge Cup will be awarded to the program with the highest percent of first time NNS 5K participants. Photo: Ray Bagley, vice president, Trades Operations, accepts the 2015 Challenge Cup for highest waterfront participation.
Check below for the Current Top 5 standings to see which division has the highest percent of first time participants signed up (updated weekly).
Current Top 5*
Updated April 25, 2016
7.3% First Time
6.2% First Time
|3||CVN 78 Construction
5.7% First Time
5.3% First Time
|5||Human Resources & Administration
4.4% First Time
*Only the top five programs with the highest percentage of first-time registrations (shown in orange) are shown.