WLF Team Page

A word from our team running captains, Frank Collela and Emmy Stocker

Now is the time to build up your base mileage.  A slow, steady - weekly - build-up of miles to get the body ready for the 13.1 trek from Central Park down to Battery Park is needed.  The key at this stage is building up the weekly mileage - so that base mileage will, in turn, support the increased distance.

Two especially useful programs that follow this technique and concentrate on base-building are the half marathon training programs developed by Hal Higdon and Bob Glover.  As grueling as these training schedules may appear - never lose sight of the overriding objective - you should be having FUN.  Training is tough at first, but don't let it discourage you the payoff is at the finish - getting it done.

Runners: How to use this web site

To log in:
  1. Visit www.worldlungfoudnation.org/run
  2. Click on "Login" on the lower left hand navigation
  3. Put in your username and password
  4. If you want to change your information, such as your log in name or password, you may click the "Details" tab
To see who has contributed to your cause:
  1. Log in, as above
  2. Click on the "Appeals" tab
  3. Click on the Title "NYC Half Marathon"
To make changes to your page message, thank you page, or add a picture:
  1. Log in, as above
  2. Click on the "Appeals" tab
  3. Click on "Edit"
To send email messages with a link to your appeal:
  1. Log in, ad above
  2. Click on the "Appeals" tab
  3. Click on "send messages" next to "NYC Half Marathon 2010"
  4. Fill out the message box.  The system will add a link to your donation page.
  5. "Save" your message.  Once your message is saved, you will be able to "Send" the message at the bottom of the page.

Please reach out to Chun-Yu Huang at chuang@worldlungfoundation.org or Stephen Hamill at shamill@worldlungfoundation.org if you need any assistance.