TRAIN WITH MILE EATERS

Mile Eaters is NOT just for distance runners. Even though that is how we started, we have expanded into a track club with great athletes in all events. You can join us as a full time athlete, or a short term training periods.

Elementary - Middle School Training

 

Our youth track and field program starts at age 9 years old through seniors in high school. Training occurs on the dirt trails, local tracks, and hills of Griffith Park. We typically meet 3-5 times weekly.

The track season for our age group level athletes will include the Carlsbad 5000 , as well as USATF Track and Field meets leading up to USATF Junior Olympics. We typical race 6 USATF sanctioned meets with the goals of prepping the athletes for Southern California club post season. Ability level varies, and we take on all levels of athletes. CLICK HERE For more information about USATF

 

HIgh School Training

 

Our high school track and training is a supplementary program. We focus on helping the high school athlete obtain tools they may not be learning at their high school practices. This is not a substitute for school training, but an additive.

  • Experienced Coaches
  • High Level Training Partners
  • Integrated Performance Programming
  • Positive and Competitive Training Environment
  • Individualized Programming
  • Amazing Running Trails At Griffith Park
  • Biomechanics Support
  • Track work at John Burroughs High

 

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"Running for the Mileeaters was a great experience. The training helped me achieve my goal of running at a NCAA Division I University. I also made lasting friendships. "
Alex Lomeli
San Diego State
"Training had a clear trajectory that allowed for intensity and rest to improve performance at the end of each season."
Nina Rhone
M.I.T.
"Joining mile eaters was an excellent way to expose myself to the running world at such a young age. Being on the team was a blast because I felt part of a really supportive community that was like family"
Lakely Nealis
Point Loma University